Is Your K-12 School Prepared for an Active Shooter Incident?
The average duration of an active school shooter incident is less than 13 minutes. The average response time for law enforcement? 18 minutes. In other words, there’s typically a gap of five minutes or more until help arrives. Five full minutes during which the situation must be managed and critical decisions must be made.
And while a fast response is important, so is a smart response.
Would you rather wrestle with life-or-death questions on the fly during an emergency situation, or would you rather have pre-established protocols in place and available should the worst happen and an active shooter enters your K-12 school?
Download our free ebook and learn:
- Behaviors to be aware of that often precede an incident
- Assessment questions to ask and answer about your preparedness plan
- The eight critical factors that should be part of any active shooter plan
- Why traditional alerts like sirens and strobes can actually be detrimental in shooter situations