Active Shooter Training
Active shooter preparedness is appropriate for any organization this day and age concerned about safety. For any organization Please contact our lead instructor Joe Torok to schedule training in house or at our locations. (1-208-867-4684)
Active Shooter Training for Corporations
Even with armed security on the premises, there’s no way to know how long it will take that armed guard or first responder to arrive. In those critical moments between when violence begins and when law enforcement gains control, will your employees feel prepared to respond?
Preparation starts with recognizing a potential threat, evaluating the situation, and having the knowledge and skill set to take action.
Training for Church Staff.
Empower your church leaders.
Your congregation should not feel they have to attend church afraid of what might occur. Instead, empower your church staff to take action during that critical time between the initial act of violence and when law enforcement arrives by scheduling Active Shooter Training for churches with ProActive Response Group.
Key members of your church, which might include church staff as well as some members of the congregation, will learn how to recognize certain sounds and sights that signal a potential threat, which actions will be most effective in case of violence, and how to act as their own first responders until emergency medical teams and law enforcement arrive.
Training for Schools.
Are your teachers and staff prepared?
Many Active Shooter Training courses only provide a few minutes of video education, or don’t suit the unique features of your school in particular. In these cases, the hands-on Active Shooter Training for schools provided by Pro Active Response Group will produce the extra skill set and knowledge to empower teachers and administrative staff to react to an incident of violence and protect themselves and their students.
Even with a school resource officer on duty, those first moments between the initial act of violence and the arrival of law enforcement are critical. Every single member of your team will need to act quickly and effectively to minimize injuries and save lives.
In an age where fire drills are common occurrences in companies and schools around the nation, you might ask yourself if you feel prepared to respond to the a “mass casualty emergency” that happens as often or more than twice a month somewhere in the country. We can help you prepare. How to recognize signs of potential work place violence, the 5 rules of survival, How to respond to a active shooter, The use of defensive tools, interact with law enforcement. And lots more.
This class goes way beyond watching a movie. We teach hands on how to survive tactics that work for anyone.
we will teach you, your managers and employees how to recognize the warning signs of potential workplace violence. We will teach them the 5 rules of survival, including how to respond to “a shooter”; identifying and using weapons of opportunity, as well as the use of defensive tools available that are legal for any individual to carry. In a state where guns are very common, and a large percentage of the population has the potential to obtain a concealed weapons permit, we will teach your employees how to respond to, and interact with law enforcement personnel arriving on the scene. Interacting with law enforcement during or just after a workplace shooting is the second most dangerous aspect of dealing with an active shooter, behind only actually confronting the shooter.
According to a study released by the U.S. Department of Justice,
U.S. Department of Justice, Washington D.C. in late 2014, analyzing Study of Active Shooter Incidents. From .2000 – 2013. 160 Active Shooter incidents were studied, revealing that a total of 26 incident occurred in 2010, 10 in 2011, 21 in 2012, and 17 in 2013. While the number of publicized events varies, the casualty count seems to be growing each year… In 2010, total casualties amounted to 86, in 2011 casualties were 84, in 2012 casualties skyrocketed to 208, but falling again to 86 for 2013. Commercial workplaces represented the vast majority of locations for these incidents, totaling more than 45% of all active shooter incidents. The next 3 largest categories (Schools, government offices, and open spaces) represent only a little more than 33% of all incidents during that time span.