WISCONSIN REPRESENTATIVES WYNN AND NASS TO ATTEND IRTACTICAL POLICE TRAINING EVENT IN JUNE
Wisconsin state representative’s Evan Wynn and Stephen Nass are set to attend the 2012 Active Shooter Training event being held in Whitewater, Wisconsin this June 8-10. The two will be appearing for a brief education on the technology used and to speak to all attendees – Wynn at 8am June 9th, and Nass at 12:30 June 10th. Their attendance adds to the success of the event with their high-profile status. All attendees will have a chance to briefly mingle with the representatives as they tour the training events.
Both representatives serve on the Assembly Colleges and Universities Committee, which brings importance to their visit in June. The event is being held on the UW-Whitewater campus and is bringing in dozens of local and regional law enforcement for a weekend of training in school shooter scenarios. They will have a first hand experience to necessary training and the high-tech equipment that makes it all possible.
“It is a great honor to have Reps Wynn and Nass attending our event in June,” said Rick Jensen, President of irTactical. “This big police training event is a great opportunity for them to check out the latest in training technology and method, given their extensive military backgrounds.”
About Rep. Evan Wynn (R) – Evan Wynn is a retired Master Sergeant from the US Army, serving for 22 years. He has won numerous awards and is a member of the VFW, serving as Post Commander in Whitewater, WI. He also serves on the Assembly Colleges and Universities Committee and Education Committee. He represents the 43rd Assembly District and was first elected in November 2011.
About Rep Stephen Nass (R) – The Whitewater, WI born Stephen Nass was first elected in 1990 and serves the 31st Assembly District. He has also served on the Whitewater Common Council. In 2006 and 2010 he became the chair of the Assembly Colleges and Universities Committee. He previously attended and graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater and was a member of the WI Air National Guard for 33 years, retiring as a Chief Master Sergeant.