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An active shooter is an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and populated area. In most cases, active shooters use firearms and there is no pattern or method to their selection of victims.
Active shooter situations are unpredictable and evolve quickly. Typically, the immediate deployment of law enforcement is required to stop the shooting and mitigate harm to the victims. Because active shooter situations are often over with 10-15 minutes, before law enforcement arrives, individuals must be prepared both mentally and physically to deal with an active shooter situation.
Immediately choose the best way to protect you and your patient’s life. Very quickly make your best determination of what is occurring and which of the options below will provide the greatest degree of security for you employing the RUN, HIDE, or FIGHT protocol. Come with questions and leave with answers in this class designed to help you save lives presented by Damon Jackson, Commissioned Security Officer, Master Peace Officer, Personal Protection Officer and TCLEOSE Basic Instructor.
The day will conclude with patient communication topics essential for any healthcare situation.
RUN: Evacuate if possible
HIDE: Hide silently in as safe a place as possible
FIGHT: Take actions to disrupt or incapacitate the shooter
Location, location, location
What to Say When You Call Local Law Enforcement
What to Do When Local Law Enforcement Arrives
Concealed Carry License
Active Shooter Scenarios
Active Shooter Debrief of Scenarios
AHEC Blog about Active Shooters: https://aheconline.blog/2019/09/24/how-prepared-are-you-for-an-active-shooter-at-work/
Damon Jackson has had the pleasure of working as a full-time member of law enforcement for a little over 15 years with an additional five years teaching both men and women how to become a licensed peace officer in Texas. He currently has 20 years of experience in classroom and hands-on instruction. He has been licensed as a Personal Protection Officer, Body Guard and was state certified to train both men and women on how to become a licensed body guard as well. Damon has served on two separate SWAT Teams and was formally trained by respected and well-known members of the military special forces. He was also a certified Concealed Handgun Instructor for 7 years and has provided instruction for over 3,000 men and women on how to obtain their CHL. HIs last official rank as a peace officer was as a Sergeant in Jasper, TX where he was the first African American to have that position in 2007.