- American Trauma Society
You hear a loud popping noise. Two more in close succession.
Is it fireworks?
It sounds like it's coming from inside. You've never heard fireworks in an office building before, so what could it have been? Normalcy bias leads us to dismiss positively rationalize threat warnings, leading individuals to underestimate the likelihood of disaster. Consequently, time we cannot afford to wait passes by, potentially costing more lives.
The question is: what can you do in this moment of crisis?
Law enforcement agencies are in high demand by businesses, schools and community centers seeking empowerment through training on how to act when it matters most.
The Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) course, in conjunction with the Avoid, Deny Defend (ADD) strategy developed by ALERRT provides strategies, guidance and a proven plan for surviving active shooter events.
- The history and prevalence of active shooter events
- The role of professional guardians
- Civilian response options
- Medical issues
- Guidelines for conducting drills
ALERRT was named the National Standard in Active Shooter Response Training by the FBI. The ALERRT Center at Texas State University provides the most comprehensive, up-to-date research-based active shooter response training in the nation.
WHAT YOU DO MATTERS!
A certificate of completion is issued.