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Redback One – Active Shooter Awareness Seminar

Redback One Active Shooter Awareness Seminar
Presented by Jason Falla
When: March 24, 2018
Time: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Where: Aloft Hotel, Crossways Blvd. Chesapeake (may change to Colonial Shooting Academy)
Cost: $85

Registration: www.redbackone.com or email info@redbackone.com

What To Do During An In Progress Active Shooter Crisis

As active shooter situations are generally over within 5-15 minutes and often before the arrival of law enforcement officers, individuals must be prepared both physically and mentally to deal with an in progress active shooter situation.

Active shooter incidents are unpredictable and generally evolve quickly: Typically, the immediate deployment of law enforcement is required to stop the shooting and

mitigate the threat. However, many active shooter situations have been stopped by armed citizens or those that are prepared to intervene to stop the threat.

SEMINAR COVERS THE FOLLOWING TOPICS

• Response procedures following our ESCAPE methodology.

• Mindset and mental toughness.

• Profile of an active shooter.

• Fear response and dealing with combat stress.

• Human combative behaviors and rapid threat recognition.

• Responsibilities of managers and staff during an active

shooter crisis.

• What to do when the shooter is in your vicinity.

• Room hardening procedures and how to barricade.

• Procedures to disrupt or incapacitate the shooter.

• How to respond when Law Enforcement and first responders arrive.

• Evacuation procedures and what you can do to assist.

• Casualty care and life saving techniques.

WHAT IS AN ACTIVE SHOOTER?

The National Tactical Officer’s Association (NTOA) defines active shooter as… “one or more subjects who participate in a random or systematic shooting spree, demonstrating their intent to continuously harm others. An active shooter’s overriding objective appears to be that of mass murder, rather than criminal conduct such as robbery kidnapping, etc.”

DON’T BE A VICTIM

This seminar explains in detail the appropriate response protocol that should be used during an in progress active shooter crisis in the workplace.

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4 Responses to “Redback One – Active Shooter Awareness Seminar”

  1. Marcus says:

    You need to bring this further north to the tri-state area. I guarantee it would be filled.

  2. Robert says:

    Outstanding. I trust mindset, medical, and post-incident contact with LE will get their just due.

    Great price point as well.

  3. D says:

    Makes the same mistake so many other articles do and draws a distinction between “civilians” and the police. The police are civilians, they are not a military organization.