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Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) Train the Trainer

https://alerrt.org/CivilianResponse The Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) course, 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.

Stop the Bleed

https://www.stopthebleed.org/ The Stop the Bleed campaign aims to make our nation more resilient by better preparing the public to save lives if people nearby are severely bleeding. This program raises awareness of the importance of quick action and teaches three quick techniques to control serious bleeding.

InfraGard – Partnership for Protection

https://www.infragard.org/ The InfraGard is a partnership between the FBI and members of the private sector. The program provides a vehicle for seamless public-private collaboration with government that expedites the timely exchange of information and promotes mutual learning opportunities relevant to the protection of critical infrastructure.

You Are the Help Until Help Arrives

https://community.fema.gov/until-help-arrives Training video and web-based training course created because life-threatening emergencies can happen fast, and emergency responders aren’t always nearby. These injuries can require immediate action to prevent an injured person from dying, so those nearest to someone are best positioned to provide first care.

Active Shooter Awareness Guide – Access and Functional Needs

https://www.caloes.ca.gov/AccessFunctionalNeedsSite/Documents/Cal%20OES%20-%20Active%20Shooter%20Awareness%20Guidance%20%282016%20update%29.pdf Developed by California Office of Emergency Services, this document provides guidance on planning for the unique needs of people with access and functional needs while developing active assailant plans. Some protocols and laws may differ between Maryland and California.