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Businesswomen urged to have plan for workplace shooting

7:08 AM, Mar. 22, 2013
Brown County Sheriff's training Sgt. Dan Sandberg outlines steps to take if a shooter enters a workplace on Wednesday during a presentation to Management Women Inc. at Brett Favre's Steakhouse in Ashwaubenon.
Brown County Sheriff's training Sgt. Dan Sandberg outlines steps to take if a shooter enters a workplace on Wednesday during a presentation to Management Women Inc. at Brett Favre's Steakhouse in Ashwaubenon.
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If a gunman enters your office, run.

If you can't get to an exit, hide. And if there's no place to go, prepare to fight for your life.

Attention to mass shootings across the country has led to an increased need for business leaders to develop response plans, said Brown County Sheriff's training Sgt. Dan Sandberg. Run, hide or fight, he said. ...

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