Will ‘Run, Hide, Fight’ Work at Your School?

Campus Safety Conference presenters will discuss most effective approaches to active shooters on K-12 campuses.

For several years now, K-12 campus protection professionals have been debating the best ways students, teachers and administrators should respond to active shooter incidents on campus. ‘Run, Hide, Fight’ is the approach that has received the most publicity, but most school security experts believe it is not appropriate for elementary, middle school and high school environments. So what should K-12 districts adopt instead?

At the Campus Safety Conference being held in Los Angeles July 31- Aug. 1, school security experts from around the nation will discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the various approaches currently available. Brad Spicer of SafePlans; Guy Bliesner of Educators Eyes (and former health, safety and security coordinator for a school district in Idaho); Deputy Chief Timothy Anderson from the Los Angeles School Police Department (LASPD); and Stephen Satterly Jr. from the Community School Corporation of Southern Hancock County (New Palestine, Ind.) will discuss the approaches that work for their districts.

Additionally, attendees will learn how the LASPD trains teachers, principals, staff and other administrators on how they should respond and protect the students in their care.

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