Countering the Mass Shooter Threat - 907 Firearms

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Countering the Mass Shooter Threat
Does your business, school, or place of worship have a plan for Countering a Mass Shooter Threat?
Did you know the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has guidelines for business, schools, and churches on how to counter a mass shooting?
 
If you answer no to 2 or more of these questions you are at a higher risk for a mass shooting event at your location.
·         Do you have an EOP?
·         Do you have locked or controlled access to your location?
·         Do you have security personnel on sight?
·         Do you allow licensed and authorized employees to carry firearms on you property?
 
Since Columbine and up to and including the terrorist attacks in San Bernardino and Orlando, 48 mass shootings have occurred with 74 percent of the events and 85 percent of the deaths occurring in gun-free zones, where civilians were either disarmed by state law, school policy, federal law or policy, or by private policy.
 
The data makes the case that schools, houses of worship, public and private businesses and other locations that advertise themselves as “gun-free” aren’t actually keeping themselves safe and are instead, doing the exact opposite. That begs the question: should anywhere be gun-free? If so, what responsibility does the governing body of that area or building have for keeping occupants and visitors of the disarmament zone safe?

Prerequisite to take the class : None

You Will Learn The Following:
·         Threshold of violence theory
·         Snapshot of mass shootings in the U.S.
·         Breakdown of mass shootings by location / type
·         Police response times
·         Do gun-free zones help or hurt
·         Does victim response make a difference
·         Don’t be a victim, Run, Hide, Fight
·         Know the signs
·         Creating an Emergency Operations Plan (EOP)
·         Making a case for arming employees, teachers, staff
·         Triage and treat the wounded
 
Cost $500.00  ( 8 hours, up to 10 people, extra attendees $50.00 per student )

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