Education Safety Leaders are invited to join former Alexandria, VA Sheriff Dana Lawhorne, and experts Jeffrey Kelly from Mutualink plus Kim Marsh from A.S.R.S to discuss how automating emergency response can mitigate the scope of harm during an incident.
DATE: Tuesday, September 20, 2022
National Director K12 Security, Colleges and Universities @Mutualink
Jeff has 30 years in law enforcement experience and is now the director of K12 Technology Solutions for Mutualink, a leader in automated school safety and security technology. He has vast experience in best practices related to Emergency Operations Plans as well as reunification.
Director of Sales and Business Development @Grav-IT / A.S.R.S.- The Active Shooter Response System
Kim Marsh is determined to save lives by helping institutions create comprehensive active threat programs. With a security background spanning over 40 years, she is currently the Director of Sales and Business Development for Grav-IT / A.S.R.S.- The Active Shooter Response System since September 2021. Kim is a trusted security partner- consulting not only with clients, but also with vendors and integrators. The bottom line is if we can help each other with education, collaboration, and referrals, we can Save Lives. Ms. Marsh lives in Las Vegas, NV with her husband and their adult children nearby, and enjoys riding her Harley in the desert southwest.
Sheriff @Alexandria Police Department
Sheriff Lawhorne began his career with the Alexandria Police Department in 1979 serving first in the Uniformed Patrol Division and then in the Criminal Investigations Division. During his 27 years with the Alexandria Police Department, Sheriff Lawhorne made significant contributions to the City’s public safety that included working with youth and families as a Police Detective, serving on numerous public safety task forces and committees, to include serving as chair of the Police/Fire Pension Board; serving as team leader for the Hostage Negotiation Team, as a Field Training Officer for new police recruits and as a member of the Police Department’s Honor Guard. His efforts were instrumental in the drafting of policy and procedure governing hostage/barricade operations, juvenile offenders, and violence prevention and response.