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Active Shooter/Hostile Event Guide
This guide has been built from the input received from Summit II participants and is designed to serve as a template and checklist for preparing ASHE-specific plans and procedures.

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Active Shooter and Workplace Violence Training Exercise
This section provides three different active shooter workplace violence scenarios.  As the scenario develops, the reader should identify actions relevant to their company and position within the company.  The scenarios only look at the incident and do not take into consideration recovery, business continuity planning, or after-event considerations.

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Active Shooter Incidents in the UStates 2000-2013
This is not a study of mass killings or mass shootings, but rather a study of a specific type of shooting situation law enforcement and the public may face.  Incidents identified in this study do not encompass all gun-related situations; therefore caution should be taken when using this information without placing it in context.

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Active Shooter: Recommendations for Risk Mitigation
The 2012 Edition of the New York City Police Department’s (“NYPD”) Active Shooter: Recommendations and Analysis for Risk Mitigation is being released in the wake of the shootings in Newtown, Connecticut.

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Active Shooter: How to Respond
An Active Shooter is an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and populated area.

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Active Shooter Incidents in the US in 2014 and 2015
An analysis of 2014 and 2015 active shooter incidents has identified 20 incidents in each of the years; information provided to advance available research and assist federal, state, local, tribal, and campus law enforcement officers, other first responders, corporate leaders, and educators in their efforts to prevent, prepare for, and respond to active shooter incidents.

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NYPD Shield Safety Pamphlet
The NYPD SHIELD program is a two-way street.  The key to success is for information to flow in two directions.  Private sector personnel serve as the eyes and ears of the Department and are a force multiplier in the fight against terrorism by reporting suspicious behavior as soon as possible.

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Preparing for Active Shooter Situations
Active shooter situations are unpredictable and evolve quickly.  Typically, the immediate deployment of law enforcement is required to stop the shooting and mitigate harm.

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Active Shooter Awareness and Preparation
Tragedy after tragedy has occurred involving mass shootings of innocents.  We hope that by having an understanding of what has led us to today will better prepare you and your loved ones.

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Active Shooter Witten Test
Ten questions and answers related to active shooter incidents.

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Active Shooter On-Campus Emergency Procedures
To provide the Georgetown Law community with an understanding of the threat of an active shooter on campus and how we will respond to the situation.

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Active Shooter Planning Checklist
Healthcare organizations are increasingly vulnerable as events involving armed individuals and guns are on the rise.  Incidents of a violent nature can never be entirely prevented; the challenge is to plan and protect the occupants in a healthcare facility from a threat with potential for significant consequences.

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Lockdown Policy
The ability to lockdown of the Hospital in the event of an emergency event which threatens the safety of patients, employees, staff and visitors and/or hospital operations is of paramount important.
Active Shooter Guidelines for Places of Mass Gathering
In September 2014, the National Threat Assessment Centre raised the general terrorism threat level for Australia to HIGH.  While this advice did not indicate a terrorist attack was imminent, an attack in Australia is now assessed as likely.

Active Shooter Tabletop Exercises
Provides search results to numerous tabletop exercises designed to improve your active shooter scenario awareness, preparation and response.

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Health and Medical Response to Active Shooter and Bombing Events
Penetrating trauma and blast injuries can kill rapidly.  Therefore, accessing patients quickly and providing external hemorrhage control (e.g., tourniquets) and rapid evacuation to an appropriate trauma center to address internal injuries is critical to saving the most lives possible.

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Active Shooter Event: Quick Reference Guide
When an Active Shooter is in your vicinity,you must be prepared both mentally andphysically to deal with the situation.

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Incorporating Active Shooter Incident Planning into Health Care Facility Emergency Operations Plans
This document is primarily designed to encourage facilities to consider how to better prepare for an active shooter incident.

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Active Shooter Poster
Single page poster highlighting critical aspects of active shooter events and how to respond.

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Active Shooter and Lessons from 21st Century Incidents for Hospitality, Amusement Parks and Entertainment Venues
Generally, an active shooter is armed person who has used or attempted to use deadly physical force on other persons and aggressively continues to do so while having unrestricted access to additional victims.

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Improving Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response
Unlike many other types of incidents, an ASHE will almost always result in the deployment of all first responder disciplines.  In this environment, with multiple disciplines responding, a fully integrated incident response system is required with all first responder components working in concert.

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The Police Response to Active Shooter Incidents
Specialized teams such as SWAT units receive complex tactical training in how to respond to dynamic situations with many moving parts.  It is difficult to shrink this type of training to an abbreviated, short-course format suitable for all line officers.

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Active Shooter Guidelines for Places of Mass Gathering
Places of mass gathering can pose a broad range of security challenges for their owners and operators.  They have been specifically identified—both nationally and internationally—as attractive targets for religious and political extremists, as well as disgruntled or mentally impaired individuals.

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Active Shooter Plan Template
This Active Shooter Response Plan Template is designed to be a supplement to the XXXX Emergency Plan (EP).  The template for this plan was developed by a working group comprised of Federal agencies, law enforcement professionals and experts in emergency management operations.

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Active Shooter Situation Response Plan
The objective of this plan is to provide guidance in the event an individual is actively shooting persons in the hospital or on the campus.

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Active Shooter Sample Policy
The purpose of this document is to provide direction for the staff to follow, should an armed intruder enter the center and threaten and/or become violent with employees, residents or visitors.

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Active Shooter Drill Checklist
Provides key points to address in active shooter situations.
Active Shooter PowerPoint Presentations
Browse our collection of Active Shooter PowerPoint Presentations.
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