An active shooter event can occur anywhere; not just in schools. While there are no foolproof methods to guarantee that active shooter and active killer events won’t take place in a particular setting, there are strategies that provide possibilities and probabilities that attacks can be averted. What are the things you can and should do in each of the four phases of a crisis: prevent/deter, respond, mitigate and recover?
This session addresses a range of things that can be done to prevent an active shooter event and how to respond to one. Including, why civilians have a key role to play in preventing an active shooter and what they can do.
Watch this presentation to:
- Broaden your focus on an active shooter event beyond the response phase.
- Understand the different roles All members of the campus community have to play in any active event. (Specific roles will be identified).
- Learn how to run, how to hide, and how to fight in order to survive.
- Discover the major factors governing how to develop a personal survival plan for any location.
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