The Changing Face of the Active Shooter
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Eastern
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Event Description
This session of the course is being offered in our virtual classroom featuring live instruction and interaction with the instructor and other attendees.

This course is designed to examine the changing landscape of the Active Shooter. Through careful research, statistical information, and case studies this course will offer insight into the changing profile of the active shooter in America. We will delve into the behaviors, characteristics, and warning signs of an active shooter prior to an active shooter event. We will look at multiple case studies to attempt to understand the changing face of the active shooter and the law enforcement response to these acts of violence.

Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to: 
  • Explore the resources and studies used for this course.
  • Learn the history of the Active Shooter.
  • Compare Active Shooters: Past to Present.
  • Learn Active Shooter statistics.
  • Explore the evolution of the response to an Active Shooter.
  • Define the early profiles of an Active Shooter.
  • List the Five Phases of the Active Shooter.
  • Analyze different Case Studies of Active Shooter events.
  • Understand the cascading impact of mass shootings.
  • Discuss the Changing Face of the Active Shooter.
The cost is $275 per person and the course is SNC approved (MNA2023-3875).
Virtual Classroom with Live Instruction
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