To help member governments respond to and mitigate challenges associated with public safety, the League will offer a series of online and face-to-face trainings, including a spring summit series on community risk assessment and response as well as an active shooter workshop in partnership with the FBI.

Your City at Risk- Be Prepared

Your City at Risk: Be Prepared (FLCU Summit Series) 

The 2017 winter/spring summit series is focused on community risk assessment and response. Attendees will discuss the importance of identifying risk including public perceptions of risk and safety; learn how to identify and respond to potential areas of risk; complete a self-evaluation of the risks in their own city; and receive tailored recommendations for building safer cities. Download the event flyer & detailed agenda today.

This day-long workshop will be held in five locations across the state: 

Friday, Feb. 17 – Orange Park City Hall
Friday, Feb. 24 – Boca Raton, Police & Fire Admin. Bldg.
Friday, March 3 – Crestview, Warriors Hall
Friday, March 24 – Altamonte Springs, Eastmonte Community Center
Friday, March 31 – St. Pete Beach, Community Center

Active Shooter Incident Management

Active Shooter Workshop 

SAVE THE DATE! Florida has encountered several incidents in recent times where local governments have needed to respond to active shooters. Knowing what to do saves lives. Join your intergovernmental colleagues for a dynamic workshop on planning for, responding to and learning from active shooter scenarios. This one-day workshop in collaboration with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will be offered on two occasions to the FLC membership statewide.

On Demand Learning Library

On Demand Learning Library

Thanks to our partners and the FLC University, you can access online training on a wide variety of safety topics for free and at your convenience. Topics include community policing, consumer protection, Zika and other public health issues, playground safety and more.  

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For more information about Safe Cities, Safe Florida, please contact Holly McPhail at (850) 222-9684 ext. 3604 or