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Replay: Active shooter preparedness tabletop exercise

Tabletop exercise for improved active shooter response

According to a study conducted by the Department of Homeland Security, active shooter incidents typically last around 12 minutes. Because of the rapid nature of these events, it is imperative that public safety agencies have sound response strategies in place. To ensure response is optimal, an effective way to test your plans and teams is to run a table top exercise.

Register to see the replay of our Expert Insights Webinar, Active Shooter Preparedness Table Top Exercise. During this webinar our speaker, Steve Crimando of Behavior Science Applications covers the following:

  • Incident background
  • Improving communication and coordination with an Emergency Notification System
  • Table top exercise
  • Pre-event planning
  • Running the drill
  • After action reporting and recap
  • Best practices to consider
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