Expert talks security, Umpqua Community College shooting

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)-  The campus of Umpqua Community College will re-open today but classes won't resume for another week. Students, staff and faculty will be able to retrieve belongings left behind when a gunman opened fire Thursday. Nine people were killed by the shooter who later killed himself.

It seems that more than ever before, there's a need for schools, universities, even churches, to be prepared for the possibility of an active shooter crisis.

Phil Brandt, President of AAIM, joins us to discuss his emergency alert system that 1,600 local businesses in the St. Louis metro are already using.