Spotlight on Preparedness

Be Aware. Be Prepared.

Spotlight on Preparedness empowers the campus community to be partners in public safety to develop a culture of preparedness that increases the safety and security of the entire campus population.

Seminar topics offered to faculty, staff, and students include hazard awareness, personal risk mitigation, and emergency response skills.

Active Shooter Training | March 30, 2018

When:    Friday, March 30, 11:15 a.m.–12:45 p.m.
Cost:      Free-of-charge for current Auraria Campus students, faculty, and staff
Trainer:  Auraria Campus Police Department

Pizza and soft drinks will be provided for all registered participants.


The goal of this training is to help our community be prepared with what to expect in the event of an active shooter attack on campus. This training is not intended to cause fear or anxiety. The odds of becoming the victim of an active shooter are less than being struck by lightning. However, if an active shooter attack does take place on campus, you will have some tools to reduce the impact on the community after participating in this seminar.

Seminar topics include:

  • Prevention measures
  • Actions to take during an attack
  • What to expect once the attack has concluded

Eric Leath, Emergency Preparedness Manager | 303-556-3295


This course is limited to 100 participants, so register early to ensure a seat. Please use the form below. 

Spotlight on Preparedness Registration


You will receive a confirmation email closer to the date of the seminar, which will provide you with the meeting location. Thank you for your registration!