The next RMMWA monthly meeting will be held February 9, 2023 at the Colorado Automobile Dealers Association (290 Speer Boulevard in Denver) and we’ll also broadcast a live, interactive hybrid meeting via Zoom. Please join us in-person or via Zoom for a presentation by Officer Kate Young of the Denver Police Department on Active Shooter Preparedness .

The meeting at CADA will start at 6:15 p.m. (MT) with drinks and networking, and dinner will be served at 6:30. Zoom attendees may sign on shortly before 7:00 for the start of the program. See the full agenda below.

To register to attend in person, please use the link below. Please sign up before Monday, February 6th to reserve your spot.

Zoom attendance is free and there is no need to register. Members will receive the meeting link via email. Non-members, please send an email to to request access.

Dinner menu:

  • Chicken Cacciatore

    • Thighs and Drumsticks simmered in an herbed tomato sauce

    • Creamy mashed potatoes

    • Seasonal Greens Salad

    • Bite-sized desserts
  • Beverages: Tea, coffee, and water included. Wine and beer are available for a suggested cash donation of $3.00 per drink.

Note: Please contact our Caterer Director directly if you have allergies or specific food issues. We will try to accommodate you if we can. 

Meeting Agenda:

  • 6:15 Networking and drinks
  • 6:30 Dinner
  • 7:00 Introductions and Member News
  • 7:30 Mystery Minute
  • 7:40 Program

February 2023 Meeting

Meeting Program:

Active Shooter Preparedness Training

by Officer Kate Young, DPD

Denver Police Department badge

Active Shooter Preparedness training covers:

  • What is an active shooter?
  • Run, Hide, Fight basics
  • Red flags and warning signs
  • What to do when Law enforcement arrives
  • Recovery-short and long term
  • Situational awareness
  • See something, say something
  • Considerations

Please note that this presentation contains two somewhat intense training videos.

Presenter Bio

Officer Kate Young is a Colorado Native, and grew up in Conifer.  In high school she joined the law enforcement explorer program with Jefferson County Sheriff’s Dept, where she met her husband.  She is the first Police Officer in her family, and has been with the Denver Police Dept (DPD) for 7 years. During her time with DPD, she has worked as a patrol officer, done homeless outreach, and is now enjoying engaging the community as a Community Resource Officer. In her off-time she enjoys spending time with her husband and two kids, reading (mainly true crime, and mystery novels), and kayaking. She’s also a certified wine Sommelier, so she enjoys doing wine tastings and food pairings for people.