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What would you do in an active shooter situation at your school, your business or somewhere else?

Location: Salt River Elementary School

Start Date: Mar 28, 2018 5:30 PM

End Date: Mar 28, 2018 7:00 PM

Contact Name: Wi-Bwa Grey

Contact Email: announce-cro@srpmic-nsn.gov

Contact Phone: (480) 850-8056

Admission Fee: 0


What would you do in an active shooter situation, whether at your school, your business or somewhere else in your community?

The public is invited to join the Salt River Schools Safe Schools and Security Team Wednesday, March 28, from 5:30-7 p.m. at Salt River Elementary School to discuss this important and timely topic with the Salt River Police Department over light refreshments. 

For more information, call 480-362-2500.

The following is what will be discussed at the event:

Avoid | Deny | Defend info (click to download a PDF) 

The recent school shooting in Parkland, Fla. has many people wondering what to do in an active shooter situation. 

The "Avoid | Deny | Defend" program was developed by the Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training program (ALERRT) at Texas State University and is meant to prepare civilians to take immediate action to save their own lives in the case of an active shooter situation.

The program trains participants in strategies than can be used depending on the severity of the situation. According to the ALERRT web site, “avoid” means to pay attention to one’s surroundings and have an exit plan in public places, among other strategies.

“Deny” means to erect barriers and maintain silence to put distance between people and an attacker, the web site advises.

Defensive actions are recommended when the previous strategies cannot be used and survival is paramount, according to the web site.

Training also included what to do when law enforcement arrives.