Best Practice Active Shooter Defense for Missouri Schools – AlerT

AlerT (Assess, lockdown, evade, resist, Tell)  active shooter prevention and survival training program (instructor-led and online) is specifically designed to help K-12 schools align with active shooter prevention and survival best practices. In Missouri, if your plans and training are not following these guidelines, they are likely not in compliance with the latest standard of care.

Online training, emergency plans, security assessments and a powerful emergency plan mobile app are available completely free for all Missouri K-12 schools (public and private) as part of the Missouri 1Plan system.

How AlerT Meets and Exceeds Missouri Safety and Security Requirements

“AlerT follows best practices for the State of Missouri Office of Homeland Security and all national level response and preparedness agencies.  It is imperative that schools train the plan, and in Missouri the 1Plan system provides world class preparedness technology and resources.” Says SafePlans’ founder and former Missouri State Trooper Brad Spicer.

Spicer explains, “AlerT takes a more complete risk management approach that expands beyond the basic lockdown concept and integrates prevention resources.”

Other response-based systems like ALICE Training, Strategos and Tier One may not fully implement these prevention strategies and do not integrate with the Missouri Homeland Security Missouri 1Plan system.

Get Training for Your School District

Contact SafePlans to discuss training needs, see how your school can exceed Senate Bill 10 requirements, and fully maximize the free Missouri 1Plan system.

AlerT active shooter defense is an element of SafePlans’ Intruderology program.

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