EVERYBODY CAN DO SOMETHING
1. Assess the environment2. Detect suspicious persons & items

3. Prepare your environment

4. Prepare yourself mentally

5. Prepare yourself physically

6. Develop your competence

• Defensive tactics

• Protect others around you

• First aid


TRAINING & PRACTICE

1. Information vs. Transformation

2. Results based system – training isperformance based

3. Recurrent training

4. Establish effective reality based

drills

5. Develop table-top exercises

6. Design true evaluation methods – evaluate confidence


FIELD ANALYSIS PRINCIPLES

1. Nature of the event

2. Understand the environment

3. Type of threat and location

3. Level of threat


INDICATORS

1. Suspicious appearance – clothes,jewelry, tattoos, books, backpacks, symbols on personal items

2. Suspicious behavior – posture,

gait, mannerisms, words, non-

verbal nuances

3. Pre-attack indicators

4. Suspicious sounds

5. Behavioral profiling

6. Trained questioning – Tactical


SECURITY DESIGN

1. Response capabilities

2. Clearly define your property

3. Access control

4. Quickly identify threat

5. Control information & relevant intelligence gathering for your institution

6. Acquisition, placement, and utilization of appropriate emergency preparedness equipment

7. Create effective routine protocols in order to minimize chances for emergencies

8. Protect and enhance the image of your institution


RINGS OF RESPONSE FOR HUMAN THREAT

1. Awareness & ownership of responsibility

2. Approaching a suspect and communication

3. Defense & escape

4. Takedown Team – unarmed response to a violent attacker

5. Rapid Response Team – armed


COORDINATION WITH COLLEAGUES

1. Duress codes

2. Site specific terminology

3. Coordinated, trained response

4. Routine & emergency protocols


 

EARLY WARNING SYSTEM

1. Detect problematic behavior

2. Detect trend to violence

3. Detect gang activity


SURVIVING AN ACTIVE SHOOTER/KILLER

Minimize Damage

1. Defensive vs. Offensive response

2. When to lock down and when to escape

3. Understand the nature of the event

4. Understand and maximize the weaknesses of firearms

5. Properly position yourself and others

6. Disarming an armed assailant

7. Control & Restraint techniques

8. Stress inoculation – training away the “freeze response”