Bystander training teaches how to become a hero
JACKSON, Tenn.- Dozens packed Luther Hall at Union University, Tuesday night to become a hero.
Local non-profit, WRAP teamed up with the Madison County Health Department to host the discussion about bystander intervention with local high school students and their families. The training session gave attendees helpful tips and techniques on if and when they should intervene.
“Ultimately this is interviewing and knowing what to do is a skill. It’s not just something we’re all born with. It’s not something we all just know what to do,” said Ali Knack, an advocate for WRAP.
The organizations plan to host more training sessions in the future.