In 2022, the FBI designated 50 shootings as active shooter incidents. While Organizations work to curb the rise of such incidents, just prevention measures are not enough. Proactive measures along with a robust response plan are needed to reduce the impact of potential incidents.
There has been an exponential increase in the number of technologically advanced solutions to speed emergency response, however, hand-on-training and a detailed emergency plan that provides a deep understanding of what needs to be done, are key to reducing the impact of a shooting incident.
Watch as our Chief Security Officer, Tracy Reinhold engages in a fireside chat with Chris Grollnek, Principal, Active Shooter Prevention Project, LLC.