PRPS Members - $35
Non-Members - $40
Students - FREE
Registration fees includes , educational sessions, lunch, .4 CEUs and networking.
8:30 am - 9:00 am Membership Meeting Check-in
9:00 am - 9:45 am Membership Business Meeting
9:45 am - 10:00 am Break/Workshop Check-in
10:00 am-12:00 pm Session - Active Shooter Presentation
What do you do when the unthinkable occurs? This presentation is designed to cover all venues, including but not limited to, commerce, education, open spaces, places of worship, and public settings. By discussing the different mental strategies, as well as response tactics, individuals will be better prepared to not only ACT, but REACT during an active shooter
event. The discussion covers associated behaviors, thoughts, and feelings, which may be indicators that someone is disgruntled at their job, in their personal life, or with society. Triggering events that may cause individuals to become an active shooter are also discussed. Active shooter statistics, trends, and real incidents are discussed, along with why it is vitally important for individuals to have a plan.
SPEAKER: John G. Yunk III has served 23 years with the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP). He currently holds the rank of Lieutenant and is assigned as the Operations Commanders for the Domestic Security Section, Intelligence Division, Bureau of Criminal Investigation. He most recently served as the Station Commander, Troop H, Harrisburg.
Part of his duties include preparing and equipping the Pennsylvania State Police and Commonwealth partners to prevent and mitigate event impacts through support planning, training, and resourcing. Lieutenant Yunk is the Lead for the PSP Incident Management Team (PSP-IMT), and has served during the Frein manhunt, and most recently the deployment to the Baltimore City Support Detail, the 2016 Democratic National Convention, and the Papal Visit. He has received several significant service awards from the Department. Lieutenant Yunk is certified in a multitude of disciplines, serves on different committees across the state, and is a member of the South-Central Task Force, as well as, the statewide Pennsylvania
Incident Management Team (PA-IMT). He is the lead instructor for Active Shooter training, having presented to thousands of individuals, both public and private.
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch (included in registration)
Attendees will receive a food card that can be used in the Johnson Dining Hall, located in
the Iosue Student Union (#18 on the map). It is an all-you-can eat cafeteria, with great options!
Check them out at http://www.dineoncampus.com/ycp/.
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Session-Trends in Community Recreation and Conservation
Lori Yeich has been working with communities on a variety of local and regional recreation and conservation projects for over 20 years. These projects include trails, nature preserves, playgrounds, athletic fields, swimming pools, riparian buffers, nature centers, boat launches, etc. This presentation will explore how fiscal challenges, demographics, and municipal water quality regulations are impacting how “play”.
SPEAKER: Lori Yeich has a MS in Recreation & Parks from the Pennsylvania State University and a BS in Biology from Juniata College. She has a wide range of professional experience including working as the Trails Coordinator for the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, as a Recreation Director for Camp Hill Recreation Commission, the Activities Director for Frey
Village Nursing Home, as well as serving as a Wildlife Educator at the Hershey and the Philadelphia Zoos. In 1999 she began working for DCNR’s Bureau of Recreation and Conservation where she currently serves as the Recreation and Conservation Manager for the North Central and South Central Regional Offices.
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