Over the past decade, organizations across industry sectors have needed to prepare for the growing trend of active shooter situations. As the number of mass shootings in the U.S. for 2021 is on track to surpass any recent year on record, the dreadful truth today is that violence threatens every organization. Unlike preparing for natural disasters, active shooting incidents are hard to predict and escalate rapidly within moments of the shooter entering the space. Preparing for something which almost always happens without warning and ends before police arrive requires organizations to have a greater focus on preparedness to ensure employees…
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