Active Shooter

Active Shooter


  • What is an Active Shooter
  • Importance of being prepared and having a plan in place
  • Characteristics of active shooter situations
  • Common locations where active shooter situations occur
  • Motivations of active shooters
  • Potential weapons used by active shooters
  • Developing an emergency response plan
  • Identifying escape routes and secure locations
  • Training and practicing active shooter response strategies
  • Run: Escaping the area if possible
  • Hide: Securing oneself in a safe location
  • Fight: Taking action to confront or disarm the shooter if necessary
  • Communication strategies during an active shooter situation
  • Medical response and first aid
  • Law enforcement response and coordination
  • Importance of ongoing training and practice
  • Encouragement to report any concerns or suspicious behavior
  • Resources for further information and support
  • Conclusion
Active Shooter

Observation And Importance Of Documenting

The 4-hour Observation and Documentation course will teach you the importance of effectively observing while on performing duties, and how to properly fill out the necessary documentation. You will also provide insight into properly documenting information using various types of reports and understanding observation and patrolling techniques, and how to ask appropriate questions during interviews.

This course is a BSIS-recognized 4-hour elective course to build your knowledge and stay compliant.