Lockdown (or lock out) as an active shooter  response plan was designed to function extremely well under reasonable conditions; like a drill or a heightened security concern.  Tragically, lockdown fails to perform even reasonably well under the extreme condition of an actual active shooter type attack.


Click below to learn the three core fallacies that help to promulgate the effectiveness of a lockdown/lock out as an active killer response plan and why a lockdown plan is no longer an active shooter best practice.

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