Townships, Guns, and Active Shooter Protocols

Published by Chester County Bar Association


Police Chief Robert Schurr (North Coventry Township) will provide a presentation on active shooter protocols for municipalities to consider, particularly in light of the shooting at the Ross Township Board of Supervisors meeting in 2013. The discussion will also include legal issues surrounding firearms in municipal buildings, public safety issues, and the Uniform Firearm Act.

Robert Schurr
Police Chief - North Coventry Township

Originally Published

February 13, 2018

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  • Townships, Guns, and Active Shooter Protocols - Video

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