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VSP to offer gun violence defense workshop

ADDISON COUNTY — It’s sad that they’re needed, but the Vermont State Police will offer a series of SurviVermont sessions, part of a “community caretaking initiative” to educate and empower Vermonters with actions they can take to protect themselves and family members if they’re ever confronted with an active shooter or violent threat situation.

SurviVermont combines three easy-to-remember concepts from established federal public safety programs: See Something, Say Something; Run, Hide and Fight; and Stop the Bleed.

The VSP’s New Haven barracks located at 2490 Route 7 will host a SurviVermont session on Monday, Aug. 22, from 6-7:30 p.m. Members of the public are invited to attend. To register for the session, click on to this website.

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