Our Training Received 4.9 Out Of 5.0 Stars By A Division Of Homeland Security. The Highest Rating Ever Given To A School Intruder Response Program.
- Run toward the sound of gunfire to confirm that the threat was real.
- Engaged in “normalcy bias” – denying that they’re under attack despite overwhelming evidence.
- Freeze in place instead of taking fundamental actions such as locking a door.
The Onsite Courses We Offer
School Active Shooter and Intruder Response (4 or 8 hours)
Bus Driver Awareness, Safety and Intruder Response (4 hours)
The Parent and Community Role in Responding to the Threat of School Active Shooters (2 hours)
Behavior Pattern Recognition for School Violence (4 Hour, 8 Hour or 3 Day Sessions)
Crisis Casualty Care for School Personnel (8 hours)
5-Day School Intruder Response (Train-the-Trainer Course)
Intruder Response for Daycare and Childcare Providers (4 Hours)
Suicide Prevention, Awareness and Response Strategies (S.P.A.R.S.)
Lisa EverhartSedalia Public Schools “I was very nervous about how the topic would be presented and I did not want to participate in the simulated intruder scenarios. However, today I am really glad I did. I left feeling empowered and grateful for what I learned. It was one of the best professional development training that I have ever attended.”
Chris DenhamMexico Public Schools “The training represented a good balance of direct instruction, Q&A and hands-on training. It provided a realistic glimpse of the timing and appropriate response needed during these types of situations
Jennifer WarrenMacon Public Schools This course completely changed my thinking about an active shooter. Before I probably would have hidden with the kids in the bathroom, now I know to barricade and fight back.
Greg GammonsCalhoun County Sheriffs Office “This training will greatly help me with instructing teachers what else they can do besides just lock their doors.”
Chris HugPolice Officer “Top notch – excellent! On a scale of 1 – 10, it is a 32!”
Greg GammonsCalhoun County Sheriff’s Office “This training will greatly help me with instructing teachers what else they can do besides just lock their doors.”
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