Active shooter events are on the rise. Is your Financial Institution prepared?




Active shooter incidents are unfortunately becoming more common in the United States, with 50 total shootings in 2016 and 2017 alone, according to a 2018 report by the Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training Center at Texas State University and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, U.S. Department of Justice.

The increase in these tragic events emphasizes the need for businesses and individuals to prepare for the unlikely as though it were inevitable. Implementing active shooter preparedness training is critical to keeping employees, customers and the public safe.

The e-book, Active Shooter Preparedness for Financial Institutions, provides actionable tips for developing a mindset of preparedness and survival for active shooter situations.

The guide explores the following key topics:

  1. Profile and Characteristics of an Active Shooter
  2. Preparing for an Active Shooter Situation
  3. Fight-or-Flight Syndrome
  4. How to Respond in an Active Shooter Situation
  5. Reporting an Active Shooter Incident
  6. How to Respond when Law Enforcement Arrives

Download the free e-book to proactively prepare yourself and your organization for active shooter incidents.

Ready to take active shooter preparedness a step further? Contact us to add our Active Shooter course to your Financial Institution’s training program today.


About the author

Jessica Akright

Product Marketing Manager, Financial Services at OnCourse Learning

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