Operation Get Home with Bethune-Cookman University NABA Chapter
The Bethune-Cookman University's NABA Chapter partnered with the Volusia County Sheriff and members of the 'Divine 9' to educate and inform B-CC’s campus on how to react if someone were to open fire on campus. Chapter member Terance Reneus, made a commitment with Kerry Hogan (Managing Director for Southern Company Gas) and Charles Barley (Director, Risk Advisory Services for IT RSM) stating that the school who hosted the most successful Operation Get Home would receive a cash prize that would go directly to the school’s NABA chapter. The event had over 80 student participants, as well as a demonstration of how to physically defend against an active shooter. Additionally, the sheriff’s department has agreed to a continuation of an “Operation Get Home” series.
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