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GBPD to offer threat assessment to businesses

The Great Bend Police Department will begin offering vulnerability assessments to local businesses including armed intruder, beginning about the first of March. The assessment will include flood and tornado threats as well as human.
“The police department and the local business will work together to complete the assessment,” said Jefferson Davis, police officer. They encourage training for staff and knowledge of emergency operation plans for the business.
The assessment covers building demographics, the company’s website, and accessibility such as, “how far can unknown visitors walk into a building,” said Davis. It also covers the climate and culture, building interior ...

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