It’s now part of our reality that we must consider what to do if we were to be caught in an active shooter event. Although knowing how to “run, hide or fight” might be quite useful as a reactive measure to surviving an active shooter incident during an attack, from the wider perspective of an entire threat progression, this represents only one third of your available options. In addition to reactive measures you would be far better served by applying both proactive and active measures. Drawing upon updated resources such as the United States Secret Service National Threat Assessment Center, the New York Police Department’s Counter-terrorism Bureau and others, this presentation clearly illustrates understandable and often discernible pre-attack “threat indicators” providing you a minimum of three (3) threat-recognition opportunities to stop an active shooter before the bullets start flying.
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