Focus: Security

Mass casualty mitigation strategies

March 23, 2017

A good offense can improve response to an active shooter, according to an article on the Campus Safety website.
 
Strategies that can limit the effect of the shooter or other type of attacker include:
 
• Prompt and intelligible notification over the range of electronic media
 
•  Training sessions for staff on recognizing and reporting suspicious behavior, active incident response, and emergency plans and capabilities 
 
 
 
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