ACTIVE SHOOTER RESPONSE
What You Need To Know
FBI statistics tell us that there is an active shooter every three weeks in the United States. These incidents are over on average within 2 minutes, with an average of 8 deaths. In Colorado, we have active shooter response training and gun safety classes geared to both armed and unarmed citizens, which focus on best practices, tactical responses, and ground breaking technology. Our instructors have responded to several active shooter incidents. Their tactics are based on real life failures and successes.
There are two types of active shooters, the mentally disturbed, and the Jihadist. The Jihadist is far more dangerous, as they generally have more training, better equipment, often work in teams, and will shoot it out with responding officers. The mentally disturbed have more of a coward’s mindset, in which if they encounter any resistance whatsoever, they will either run, kill themselves, or give up. Luckily, we have very few Jihadist active shooters in the United States comparatively, but expect that to change over time. It has been proven that active shooters avoid targets in which people will possibly be armed, therefore Americans need to prepare themselves to be the first responders. In order to help people protect themselves well, we provide active shooter response training programs for Coloradoans, in addition to gun safety classes. Make no mistake, we are training to fight pure evil, and we cannot expect Law Enforcement to be everywhere all the time.
In an active shooter situation, the Department of Homeland Security recommends those involved look to evacuate, hide out, and as a last resort, attempt to take down the shooter. Most active shooter incidents are over before law enforcement arrives, so it is important that you know what to do. Training and experience help prevent panic, which is why our team in Colorado offers active shooter response training courses. Just like fire drills prepare people mentally for what to do in case of a fire, our courses prepare you for what to do in an active shooter situation. Your knowledge will enable you not only to survive, but to lead others to survival as well.
In our active shooter training we focus on stopping the threat as fast as possible, tactical combat casualty care (TCCC) to address gunshot and knife wounds, and escape and evasion tactics.
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What You Pay
- Our active shooter classes are $150 per person per session.
- Any course you want to take again is half price for life.
- We offer an annual pass, good for unlimited classes for one year from date of purchase for $600, which is an incredible value.