Businesses can learn what to do in case of a mass-shooting

MUKILTEO — Snohomish County Business Watch plans to offer training this spring for business professionals about what to do in case of a mass-shooting.

The training costs $5 and is planned for 11:30 a.m. April 16 at Mukilteo City Hall,11930 Cyrus Way.

“The training is geared toward businesses but has an overall common theme that is applicable to everyone,” Mukilteo crime prevention officer Cheol Kang said.

Speakers are set to include Everett police officer Eddie Golden and Stillaguamish tribal police officer Matt Nelson.

People interested in attending should RSVP to rsvp@thescbw.org or via the group[‘]s Facebook page. Lunch is included.

Additional training is planned later this year regarding disaster preparedness and preventing cybercrime and identity theft.

Rikki King: 425-339-3449; rking@heraldnet.com.

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