Can Companies Train Employees To Survive Workplace Shootings?Violence in the workplace is becoming so common that there's a glut of tutorials and training programs for surviving an active shooter situation.
Active Shooter Training Participant: 'Nobody Is Immune, We Want To Be Prepared'Tuesday night's training was the third and final class in a series hosted by the Plano Police Department. All together, about 2,500 residents have turned out.
Crowd Turns Out To Learn How To Survive Active Shooter Situation“This is not to alarm folks in any way, shape or form,” said Lt. Mica Lunt with the Plano Police Department.
Big Changes In Security At Argyle ISD In 5 Years Since Sandy Hook MassacreOnce you walk into Argyle High, a school staffer must provide clearance for all visitors, while sitting behind a sliding security glass. The added layer of campus access is part of a school district security plan that also includes loaded handguns.
100+ Attend Fort Worth Active Shooter Response Training ClassAvoid, deny and defend – that’s the strategy being given to civilians taking part in an active shooter response training class in Fort Worth.
Emergency Training To Be Held At Dallas City Hall & Reunion TowerThe city of Dallas will be conducting emergency training today at Dallas City Hall and Reunion Tower.
North Texas First-Responders Taking Part In Active Shooter DrillThe sights and sounds are scary, but not dangerous. Members of law enforcement, along with fire and EMS personnel conducted an active shooter exercise at a North Texas high school on Wednesda
Southlake Police Run Largest Ever Active Shooter DrillThe Southlake Police Department took over the Sabre Headquarters on Saturday. That is where the department held their largest-ever “Active Shooter” drill.
Americans Are Packing Classes On How To Survive A ShootingStudy your surroundings. Find exits. Identify makeshift weapons. Americans are gleaning those tips and others as they pack classes on how to react to and survive a shooting.
Fort Worth Police Train For Active Shooter SituationsAlways preparing. Never fully prepared. For the first time, Fort Worth police welcomed cameras inside their new state-of-the-art indoor training facility.