Active Assailant training examines behavioral Indicators and How to Respond. We will cover the fundamental elements of behavioral recognition of an active shooter such as understanding and articulating physical cues, tactical cues, and weapons cues. One of the best ways to increase a person’s likelihood of survival when severely injured during active assailant incident is to quickly stop severe bleeding. School staff can provide initial life-saving measures. The Stop the Bleed helps those with no medical training stop a bleed before first responders arrive. Active Shooter/Assailant: Behavioral Indicators and How to Respond will cover the fundamental elements of behavioral recognition of an active shooter such as understanding and articulating physical cues, tactical cues, and weapons cues.
APPROVED Flyer - Active Assailant Stop The Bleed |
Date / Time / Location|
9:00 am - 12:00 pm Check-in starts at 8:30 a.m.
Location will be provided upon registration.
$135.00 per individual
|Who Will Benefit|
District and/or school site administrators, school staff members, law enforcement, and community members involved in the collaborative safe school planning process