Surviving an active shooter incident is dramatically increased through proper prevention and training. There needs to be an equal amount of attention placed on the prevention as well as the response to the violence of this senseless act. An active killer does not always use a firearm; this is why we use the term active killer instead of active shooter.
Unfortunately, the subject of mass violence is not new, but the frequency of these attacks is increasing every year. Our industry leading consultants can help your organization and develop an active killer prevention and response plan.
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