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Is ‘Run, Hide, Fight’ Applicable in the K-12 Setting?

“Lock Out, Get Out, Take Out” active shooter response may be more appropriate for schools.

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School security pros must develop plans to help students with special needs and disabilities appropriately respond during an incident. By CS Staff · April 20, 2017

The bomb threats against Jewish JCCs and schools caused mass disruption and forced dozens of evacuations. Suspect Michael Kaydar was arrested in southern Israel Thursday. The FBI says Kaydar used Google Voice, call forwarding services, an anonymizer and Bitcoin to mask his location and identity. By CS Staff · March 24, 2017

Campus Safety HQ delivers action plans from leading experts on critical issues that help you train K-12 and higher education stakeholders how to respond to emergencies. By CS Staff · February 27, 2017

Stevens Institute of Technology officers rushed into the building to evacuate residents. By CS Staff · January 06, 2017

The security officer credited the training he's received at the hospital for his actions. By CS Staff · December 23, 2016

After hosting a webinar on bomb threat protocols in schools, Gary L. Sigrist answered audience questions. By CS Staff · December 09, 2016

The suspect evaded police for over an hour before his arrest. By CS Staff · November 21, 2016

The number of bomb threats made against schools has increased dramatically since November of 2011. By CS Staff · October 31, 2016

The local police department's gang unit is investigating the shooting. By CS Staff · September 06, 2016

The hoax threats prompted lockdowns, evacuations and police responses. By CS Staff · May 24, 2016