School Security

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THE SHOOTER IS GOING TO BE PREPARED.
WILL YOU BE READY?

THE SHOOTER IS GOING TO BE PREPARED.
WILL YOU BE READY?

There is a 61% chance that the active shooter has a connection to the targeted location. He or she would likely be familiar with whatever safety and security protocols are in place. At first glance this may seem like a disadvantage to the organization, while in fact it's an advantage because it shows that the target will be more difficult to attack. This discourages an active shooter.
The best active shooter plan any organization can have is the one that dissuades the shooter from ever attempting an attack because the target organization has taken the necessary steps to prepare for it.
There is a 61% chance that the active shooter has a connection to the targeted location. He or she would likely be familiar with whatever safety and security protocols are in place. At first glance this may seem like a disadvantage to the organization, while in fact it's an advantage because it shows that the target will be more difficult to attack. This discourages an active shooter.
The best active shooter plan any organization can have is the one that dissuades the shooter from ever attempting an attack because the target organization has taken the necessary steps to prepare for it.
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ACTIVE SHOOTER EVENTS IN THE UNITED STATES ARE INCREASING.

These episodes are financially, physically and emotionally disastrous to the organizations that are targeted. The key to reducing the damage caused to both human lives and financial loss is preparation. Advanced in-depth preparation and detailed planning could prevent your organization from being targeted or reduce the impact if an attack occurs.
The average response time of law enforcement to active shooter events is approximately 3 minutes (much faster than the average for standard 911 calls). This leaves the targeted organization, on average, 3 minutes to prepare, defend and protect potential victims. How quickly and efficiently an organization responds during those 180 seconds is critical.
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blue star officer

THE SHOOTER IS GOING TO BE PREPARED.
WILL YOU BE READY?

There is a 61% chance that the active shooter has a connection to the targeted location. He or she would likely be familiar with whatever safety and security protocols are in place. At first glance this may seem like a disadvantage to the organization, while in fact it's an advantage because it shows that the target will be more difficult to attack. This discourages an active shooter.
The best active shooter plan any organization can have is the one that dissuades the shooter from ever attempting an attack because the target organization has taken the necessary steps to prepare for it.

ACTIVE SHOOTER EVENTS IN THE UNITED STATES ARE INCREASING.

These episodes are financially, physically and emotionally disastrous to the organizations that are targeted. The key to reducing the damage caused to both human lives and financial loss is preparation. Advanced in-depth preparation and detailed planning could prevent your organization from being targeted or reduce the impact if an attack occurs.
The average response time of law enforcement to active shooter events is approximately 3 minutes (much faster than the average for standard 911 calls). This leaves the targeted organization, on average, 3 minutes to prepare, defend and protect potential victims. How quickly and efficiently an organization responds during those 180 seconds is critical.
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WHO IS AT RISK?

WHO IS AT RISK?

There is currently no way to predict where an active shooter event may happen. The three most common places they occur are businesses (45%), schools (25%), and government facilities (10%). However, studies have shown that they tend to focus on soft targets vulnerable targets are locations in which there is little to no security, easy access to the location, and dense groups of people.
Studies have shown that majority of active shooter incidents throughout the last decade have occurred in locations with insufficient security where the active shooter had no fear of deadly force.
There is currently no way to predict where an active shooter event may happen. The three most common places they occur are businesses (45%), schools (25%), and government facilities (10%). However, studies have shown that they tend to focus on soft targets vulnerable targets are locations in which there is little to no security, easy access to the location, and dense groups of people.
Studies have shown that majority of active shooter incidents throughout the last decade have occurred in locations with insufficient security where the active shooter had no fear of deadly force.
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Source: FBI, a Study of Active Shooter Incidents in the United States between 2000 - 2013
According to a study done by the FBI, active shooter events are trending up in recent years with a yearly average of 16.4 events. This same study showed that in 61% of the cases there was some connection between the shooter and the targeted location.
Source: FBI, a Study of Active Shooter Incidents in the United States between 2000 - 2013
According to a study done by the FBI, active shooter events are trending up in recent years with a yearly average of 16.4 events. This same study showed that in 61% of the cases there was some connection between the shooter and the targeted location.
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You have the ability to prepare your organization against the threat of an active shooter. It all starts with taking the necessary steps to educate and train your employees. This vitally important decision will lead your organization through the mental and physical training it needs to prevail and win against an active shooter.
Thank You Blue Star Security
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You have the ability to prepare your organization against the threat of an active shooter. It all starts with taking the necessary steps to educate and train your employees. This vitally important decision will lead your organization through the mental and physical training it needs to prevail and win against an active shooter.
Thank You Blue Star Security
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There is currently no way to predict where an active shooter event may happen. The three most common places they occur are businesses (45%), schools (25%), and government facilities (10%). However, studies have shown that they tend to focus on soft targets vulnerable targets are locations in which there is little to no security, easy access to the location, and dense groups of people.
Studies have shown that majority of active shooter incidents throughout the last decade have occurred in locations with insufficient security where the active shooter had no fear of deadly force.
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There is currently no way to predict where an active shooter event may happen. The three most common places they occur are businesses (45%), schools (25%), and government facilities (10%). However, studies have shown that they tend to focus on soft targets vulnerable targets are locations in which there is little to no security, easy access to the location, and dense groups of people.
Studies have shown that majority of active shooter incidents throughout the last decade have occurred in locations with insufficient security where the active shooter had no fear of deadly force.
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SEE WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOUR SCHOOL

SEE WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOUR SCHOOL

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