Behaviors and Warning Signs of an Active Shooter (8 am to noon)
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern
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Event Description
This four-hour course is designed to offer insight into the behaviors, characteristics, and warning signs of an active shooter prior to an active shooter event. We will examine specific behaviors that may precede an attack and which of those behaviors dispatchers and law enforcement might find useful in identifying, assessing, and managing those who may perpetrate these acts of violence. The course objectives are to:
  • Explore the 5 stages of an active shooter event
  • Look at statistics surrounding active shooters
  • Review active shooter demographics
  • Examine the planning and preparations of an active shooter event
  • Investigate stressors and their affect on an active shooter
  • Study pre-attack behaviors and communications
  • Identify suicidal ideation and attempts
  • Discuss what dispatchers can do to improve documentation, detection, research and identification of a potential active shooter
This is a half day (four hour) course that will run from 8 am to noon; the cost is $150 per person and the course is SNC approved (MNA 2021-2046). 
Virtual Classroom with live instruction
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