ACTIVE SHOOTER RESPONSE
Unfortunately, life truly has begun to imitate art. Scenes we once only saw played out on the big screen are now commonplace in our everyday lives and the subject of endless news cycles. The chance that you will be present during an active shooter event is still slight, but we can no longer assume that it will never happen to us or that it only happens to the other guy. Because, what if?
This course provides a simple, common sense approach to responding to an active shooter that can also be applied in the event of some other type of catastrophic attack or event. It is designed specifically for the civilian (lay person) and is based on the E.B.B. System: ESCAPE/BARRICADE/BATTLE!
Topics include: *Preparation *Family Emergency Plan *What to Expect from First Responders
Perfect for: *Businesses *Schools *Churches *Civic Groups *Everyone!
Why attend: *Begin the conversation *Instill confidence *Empowerment
Includes Site Safety Inspection/Identify: *Effective areas of ingress/egress *Safety deficiencies *Alerting others *Defense
HOW TO AVOID BEING THE VICTIM OF A CRIME
More often than not, folks just don't have the time or inclination to attend a neighborhood watch meeting. This is a shame because, as someone who has given presentations at many of these events, I know the value of the information they provide. And I see that once people begin to feel comfortable and actually have a police officer they can speak to one on one, they ask questions about so many great topics that they've always wanted to know about but never had the opportunity to learn about. Maybe it's about something they've seen on T.V. or in the news. Maybe they want to know why cops do what they do.
This presentation provides common sense ways to reduce the likelihood that you will be the victim of a crime, from ways to protect your valuables and property to ways to keep your loved ones safe as you go about your everyday activities. Topics include ways to protect your home and auto and creating a "family plan" in the event of an emergency. There is no better way to come together as a community than to provide this type of training and information at your business/for your employees, at your church/for your members and various groups, at your school/PTA/youth groups, sports organizations/athletes and parents, seniors groups, and really just any group or organization you can think of.
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