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Transcript of Active Shooter
WHAT IS AN ACTIVE SHOOTER
WHAT TO DO WHEN AN ACTIVE SHOOTER IS IN YOUR VICINITY
If there is an escape path, attempt to evacuate.
Evacuate whether others agree to or not.
Leave your belongings behind.
Help others escape if possible.
Prevent others from entering the area.
Call 911 when you are SAFE.
ALPHARETTA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
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 methodology to their selection of victims.
Because ACTIVE SHOOTER situations are typically over within minutes, often before law enforcement arrives, individuals must be prepared both:
to deal with an ACTIVE SHOOTER situation.
TODAYS PRESENTATION: ACTIVE SHOOTER
- What is an active shooter?
- What you should do when you recognize gunfire in your immediate area?
- How you should react when law enforcement arrives?
- Key strategies to remember?
Officer John Allen
SOME THINGS TO THINK ABOUT
COBB COUNTY, GA (CBS46) -
The man responsible for the shooting at a FedEx warehouse in Kennesaw was found dead inside the building with a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
IF AN ACTIVE SHOOTER IS CLOSE
Key Strategies To Remember
Know that help for the injured is on its way.
Always be aware of your surroundings and any potential dangers.
Always take note of the two nearest exits in any facility you visit.
If you are in a office, stay there and secure the door.
RUN - HIDE - FIGHT
Law Enforcement Arrival
HOW TO RESPOND WHEN THE ACTIVE SHOOTER IS IN YOUR VICINITY
Show Your Hands
They Are Not Their To Treat The Injured
Remain calm and follow all instructions and be sure to raise your hands and spread you fingers to allow officers a clear sight that you are not the threat.
Avoid quick movements towards officers and do not attempt to hold onto officers.
Avoid pointing, screaming and yelling at officers.
Have you actually heard a gunshot, and TV does not count?
Have you actually been in the presence of a gun being fired?
Have you actually fired a handgun, assault rifle, or shotgun?
The unexpected sound of gunfire is not pleasant.
For many, the presence of a gun is unnerving, not to mention the gun actually being fired.
There are others who become very uncomfortable even being around gun paraphernalia.
ACTIVE SHOOTER situations are unpredictable and evolve quickly.
law enforcement is required to stop the shooter and any further harm to victims.
Typically once the shooter has spotted law enforcement the shooter in most cases will take his/her own life once they realize there is no way out of the immediate situation.
YOU WILL LEARN
YOU HAVE THREE
Lock and/or blockade the door.
Silence your cell phone.
Hide behind large objects.
Remain very quiet.
Your hiding place should:
Be out of the shooter’s view.
Provide protection if shots are fired in your direction.
Not trap or restrict your options for movement.
IF EVACUATION IS NOT POSSIBLE
Attempt to incapacitate the shooter.
Act with physical aggression.
Commit to your actions.
As a last resort and only if your life is in danger
Commit to your actions
SO WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF AN ACTIVE SHOOTER OCCURS WITHIN YOUR WORKPLACE?
THERE IS NO RIGHT OR WRONG CHOICE
CENTURY 16 THEATER SHOOTER AURORA, CO
James Holmes was a Ph.D. student in neuroscience at the University of Colorado on a $21,600 grant from the National Institutes of Health.
Are we to believe absolutely no-one noticed his behavior change over the weeks and months leading up to the theater shooting?
NICE LOOKING KID... RIGHT?