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Poll: Policy on Active Shooter?

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Poll: Does you agency have a policy on Active Shooters?

Phf_max50

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Posted over 4 years ago

 

My agency does not have any policy on dealing with explosive devices, or active shooters.  I know many departments have such policy... I'm hoping to gleam some guidance from agencies that have such policy, to help in writing one for my dept.  Would anyone be willing to help me on this?

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Rate This | Posted over 4 years ago

 

I can help you bro, you just need a policy template?

Koda_thanksgiving_max50

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Rate This | Posted over 4 years ago

 

Or dept has an active shooter policy and we also have yearly training, were we do mock incidences,  It is very nice and realistic training, however I think we should train more often in different locations. 


But pretty much our policy is very fluid and everyone is on the same pageand know what they need to do, we have had 1 actual school shooting that went text book for the training and no one was injured or killed and subject was taken into custody, and I was involved in another one at a school, which turned out to be bull,,,student was lying to get out of trouble. 


 

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Rate This | Posted over 4 years ago

 

We have a policy for both.  We train every quarter for the active shooter situation.  This was implemented several years ago.


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Phf_max50

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Rate This | Posted over 3 years ago

 

Yes please! A template would be great, or a current/older policy if you are allowed to share.  We have nothing and I'm not sure where to start, since this is such a complex issue...I don't want to leave anything out or stone unturned.


Thanks!

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Rate This | Posted over 3 years ago

 

I think many agencies would be of assistance. Most departments have a policy.