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An active shooter is an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and populated area. In most cases, active shooters use firearms and there is no pattern or method to the way their victims are selected.
While active shooter situations are relatively rare, the devastation caused by several recent incidents makes preparing for such an event seem prudent.
How should you react if you find yourself in the middle of an active shooter situation?
This session will provide guidance on how to respond to an active shooter at work, the mall, a movie theater or at your school. Everyone should be prepared to make an informed decision whether to run, hide, or fight if confronted by an active shooter. Responding correctly could mean the difference between life and death.
During this session, attendees will learn about the ALICE program which is being taught in most of our schools, as well as the Run, Hide, Fight program which was developed by the Department of Homeland Security. We will also will discuss the many lessons learned from active shooter incidents at places such as Virginia Tech and Columbine High School.
Chief of Police Green Township, Cincinnati Ohio
Chair of Hamilton County Association of Chiefs of Police "Active Shooter Committee" since formation in 2013. This er Committee is expanding their efforts to include active shooter planning at other high-risk locations.
Actively presenting " Active Shooter seminars" to educators, students, businesses, firefighters and other police officers
B.S. in Police Administration from Northern Kentucky University