Active Killer

Read: Active Shooter Basics: Training the Masses

Active Shooter Basics: Training the Masses

For those schools who do not have an educational/training program, this will provide the core concepts and material needed to start one.

Read: Active Shooter Advanced Concepts: Issues for Campus Safety and School Response

Active Shooter Advanced Concepts: Issues for Campus Safety and School Response

Webinar attendees will explore a variety of topics, including active shooter events outside of the classroom environment.

Read: Active Killer Response for Unarmed Security

Active Killer Response for Unarmed Security

This Webcast will provide an outline of concepts, stats and actions that unarmed security officers will need to know to prepare to react to violent incidents on the campus of any school, college, or university.

Read: Planning for Volunteers and Donations After a Mass Violence Incident

Planning for Volunteers and Donations After a Mass Violence Incident

The flood of volunteers and donations that come in immediately after a mass violence tragedy can be overwhelming. Here’s how you can manage them more effectively.

Read: School Public Address Systems Are Critical During an Active Lethal Threat Event

School Public Address Systems Are Critical During an Active Lethal Threat Event

Students, teachers and staff members must be able to hear and understand emergency messages broadcast on public address systems so they can respond effectively.

Read: College Campus Shooting Statistics You Should Know

College Campus Shooting Statistics You Should Know

A recent study found between the 2001-2002 and 2015-2016 school years, 437 people were shot in 190 college campus shooting incidents.

Read: 11 Roles of Unarmed Security Officers in Active Assailant Incidents

11 Roles of Unarmed Security Officers in Active Assailant Incidents

Unarmed campus security officers can be a tremendous asset during an active killer, active shooter or active assailant attack.

Read: New Mass Attack Research Stirs Controversy Among Threat Assessment Professionals

New Mass Attack Research Stirs Controversy Among Threat Assessment Professionals

Campus officials conducting threat assessments should appreciate the value of the U.S. Secret Service’s new research but not rely on it as the sole source of reasoning for their conclusions.

Read: Peavey Security’s SlickMat Designed to Make Active Attackers Slip Up

Peavey Security’s SlickMat Designed to Make Active Attackers Slip Up

The SlickMat offers a unique spin on lockdown solutions designed to thwart active shooters.

Read: Should School Teachers Carry Guns?

Should School Teachers Carry Guns?

Training requirements, the risk of friendly fire, cost and many other factors make arming teachers a bad choice.

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