Active Shooter Drill Rescheduled to April 18
On Wednesday, April 18 at 10:15 a.m., Fullerton College will participate in an active-shooter emergency drill.
The drill will be initiated and ended through live announcements delivered through the Cisco phones located throughout campus. At 10:15 a.m., people on campus will be directed to shelter-in-place/lockdown, view an educational video on active-shooter situations, and then discuss preparation methods in their classrooms and offices.
During the drill, all students and staff on campus will be asked to view a video on active-shooter situations titled “Shots Fired on Campus.” The video can be found at http://campussafety.fullcoll.edu. The video requires FC credentials and can only be viewed from a Fullerton College computer.
The Office of Campus Safety has designed an Active Shooter Emergency Plan which can be viewed at http://campussafety.fullcoll.edu under the “Emergency Preparedness” link.
“Our campus community is encouraged to prepare for this type of incident,” said Director of Campus Safety Steve Selby. “It is only through preparation, planning and drills that we can make ourselves and our campus safer.”
This drill was originally scheduled to take place on March 14. However, out of respect for anyone who would like to participate in the Enough: National School Walkout on March 14, the college decided to postpone the drill to April 18.
Any questions regarding the drill can be directed to the office of Campus Safety at (714) 992-7081.