Active Shooter Resources

Active Shooter Informational Poster

  • 27 January 2017
  • Author: WebTeam
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Support training efforts and build awareness by publicizing the actions to take if confronted by an active shooter. To assist you, the Red Cross has created the Active Shooter Informational Poster containing critical information on responding in an active shooter event. The poster can be hung in a breakroom, workspace, or other suitable area in your facility.

Active Shooter Incident Preparedness Whitepaper

  • 27 January 2017
  • Author: WebTeam
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Active shooter incidents are unpredictable and devastating. Learn how you, as a leader, can take steps to prepare the people in your organization using materials prepared by the American Red Cross based on widely accepted best practices supported by the FBI, DHS, and FEMA.

Sample Active Shooter Training Presentation

  • 27 January 2017
  • Author: WebTeam
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All members of your organization must be trained on how to prevent and, if necessary, respond to an active shooter. The Red Cross has prepared a Sample Active Shooter Training Presentation to help you educate members of your organization on how to recognize signs of potential violent behavior, react during an active shooter situation, and render aid.

Active Shooter Quick Drill

  • 27 January 2017
  • Author: WebTeam
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This document will guide you through the facilitation of a response drill. It presents a disaster scenario, discussion topics, and steps for completing the documentation and conducting a debrief. The Active Shooter Quick Drill includes considerations unique to conducting a live drill (functional exercise) for an active shooter scenario.
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