Noun: The science of active shooter/violent intruder prevention and survival.
The United States Department of Homeland Security defines the active shooter as “an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a conﬁned and populated area; in most cases, active shooters use firearms(s) [sic] and there is no pattern or method to their selection of victims.”
The Security Awareness For Educators (SAFE) training program (instructor-led and online) is specifically designed to help K-12 schools align with active shooter prevention and survival best practices. If your plans and training are not following these guidelines, they are likely not in compliance with the latest standard of care.
SAFE for Parents and Guardians
Emergency Response and Crisis Care (with Asymmetric Solutions)
Statewide Programs (three statewide implementations in 2014/2015)
Regional (Contact us regarding the use of UASI/DHS funding)
County or District Wide Training
Evolution of Mass Killings
Tactical Decision Making
Applying Run/Hide/Fight in Schools
The Role of Physical Security
Predicting Violent Behavior
NIMS Compliant Intruder Drills
Quick Reference Cards can be customized with your logo and specific response instructions.
Quick Reference Cards are designed to complement SafePlans’ training courses.
Under Cooper’s Color Codes, yellow represents Situational Awareness – ability to recognize danger.
|Initial 5-50||$2 each|
|Next 51-100||$1.75 each|
|Next 101-250||$1.50 each|
|Next 251-500||$1 each|
Cards are priced within their quantity and added together.
60 cards = 50 cards at $2 each + 10 cards at $1.75 each for a total of $117.50.