You must have reservations to attend.
Lone Star Shooting Sports is proud to host, a free clinic.
The Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events
In the past two decades, horrific mass shootings have been thrust into public consciousness. Mitigating the effects of these sudden incidents is the responsibility of those who serve in our communities’ public safety organizations. The public expects an effective and swift response to these threats and the sequence of events that follow them.
Research has shown however that many of the mass shootings, or active shooter events, are over before law enforcement responders arrive on the scene. Civilians who find themselves in an active shooter event must be prepared to take immediate action to save their own lives before law enforcement arrives. The average response time for police response to an active shooter event is three minutes. Without effective, preplanned response options for civilians at the scene of the attack, many victims can be seriously injured or killed during these three minutes.
Law enforcement officers and agencies are frequently requested by schools, businesses, and community members for direction and presentations on what they should do if confronted with an active shooter event. The Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) presentation is designed and built on the Avoid, Deny, Defend (ADD) strategy developed by ALERRT in 2004, provides strategies, guidance and a proven plan for surviving an active shooter event. Topics include the history and prevalence of active shooter events and considerations for civilian response options.
The presentation is approximately 2 hours.
Seating is limited to 50, sorry no more than 2 seats per request.
All reservations must be made in person, there is a $10 deposit to reserve your seat that will be refunded the night of the course.
Instructed by Corporal Randy Baker, of the Texas Tech Police Department