Active shooter training

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Our World

As a nation, we have witnessed numerous tragedies from gun violence. News and media sources are continuously reporting school shootings, church shootings, synagogue shootings, and other mass shootings in open public spaces. There are reports of threats to the American people both internal and external, leading to panic and fear from many. The best thing that you can do in these troubling times is to enroll in active shooter training for businesses. Being prepared for a violent intruder event isn’t difficult with the assistance of active shooter training companies who specialize in teaching groups and organizations the skills they need to prepare for and survive an active shooter event. 

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Educate and Train

Now, more than ever, we want to encourage people to educate and train themselves to respond to active shooter situations. An active shooter response class from a trained and experienced professional is paramount to the safety of your organization and your employees and patrons. Chris Parman, founder of Guard Point Management in California, is putting his twenty years of experience in law enforcement to use teaching businesses how to survive threats both internal and external, including how to survive active shooting. Parman has spent time in key fields of law enforcement, including SWAT, field training, patrol and Investigations. Now, his goal is to apply his knowledge and experience to small and medium sized enterprises, helping them to better protect their assets and their people.

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What Can You Do?

Handling an active shooter situation has several parts. Your staff will need to be able to identify an active shooter situation, properly react to it in order to protect themselves and others, and communicate effectively with law enforcement. Having several policies in place, such as an active shooter policy, and making sure that your staff understand these policies, can help to keep your establishment from becoming another testament to gun violence. Every organization should have an EAP or Emergency Action Plan in place for any emergency situation, including having an active shooter plan that all employees have been properly trained on. By putting in place a step by step process for your team, you ensure that there are a clear set of guidelines in place to help alleviate an emergency situation. Active shooter response training is key to your organization following these emergency steps. A training exercise for active shooter situations should also be put in place and regularly reviewed. 

Active Shooter Training

Training and Consulting

Active Training with ALICE

Active Training with ALICE

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Similar to schools, office workers traditionally underwent violent intruder event response training that essentially amounted to hiding from the threat. Now, most institutes are beginning to rethink their violent intruder event training programs in favor of the effectiveness of the ALICE training. Active shooter training for teachers and active shooter training for employers in other sectors continues to change to meet the violent situations that businesses must commonly expect to find themselves in. Unfortunately, more often than not today, one of the most common threats a school, church, business, or other establishment must be prepared for is an active shooter. 

Active Training with ALICE

Active Training with ALICE

Active Training with ALICE

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ALICE training is a core component of the active shooter defense training taught by Chris Parman of Guard Point Management. A licensed PI in California with a history of work in law enforcement, Chris has dedicated his experience to helping businesses and institutions throughout America learn about and implement an active shooter response plan. Protecting your employees and your business from an active shooter event takes more than guts or luck can get you; your team requires careful training and practice in order to combat an armed threat. As credible sources like Homeland Security and FEMA continue to press the urgency and importance of active shooter plans for all businesses, Guard Point Management continues to be ready to train and educate businesses on active shooter protocol. 

RUN, HIDE, FIGHT

The typical active shooter course is taught using the RUN, HIDE, FIGHT model ie ALICE protocol which teaches users to evade an active shooter, to alert authorities early on for faster response times, to limit the shooter’s access to the establishment and the people with in, and to safely evacuate the area if at all possible. We can easily create plans to fit individual and businesses in any industry, including healthcare facilities, police, corporate structures, schools, and houses of worship.