The Regional Tabletop Exercises (RTTX) are one-day events that include a tabletop exercise designed to address specific regional threats. The regional events will be hosted multiple times per year in locations across the U.S.
2018 Charlottesville RTTX: Campus Unrest
When: June 11, 2018
Time: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. EST
Where: The University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
The 2018 Charlottesville RTTX is a one-day event that will include a tabletop exercise and after-action session on preparing participants to respond to a campus emergency. This event will focus on a soft target incident, specifically campus unrest caused by a controversial speaker. This exercise will explore and test the campus resilience and emergency preparedness efforts of the participating colleges and universities through a moderated exercise scenario. More detailed information on the tabletop exercise will be available closer to the event.
Due to the coordination of individuals across an institution during emergency planning, it is recommended that 5-7 senior leaders representing various functions across (i.e. leadership, public safety, student life, and communications) attend from each school.
This event will be at no cost to participants, however participants will be responsible for any travel or accommodation costs.
Registration for the 2018 Charlottesville RTTX is now closed.
The 2018 Charlottesville RTTX invitation and frequently asked questions is now available.
Previous RTTX Events
2018 Philadelphia RTTX: Campus Hazardous Material Spill
The inaugural RTTX was held on February 2, 2018 at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA. This one-day event focused on a hazardous material spill near campus, and included a tabletop exercise, a subject-matter expert panel, and keynote remarks from Drexel University President John Fry and Philadelphia Fire Commissioner Adam Thiel. More than 100 participants from 24 regional institutions of higher education, federal, state, and local partners participated.