Founder’s Forum

Greg Crane

Greg Crane
Founder

Greg Crane is the Founder of the ALICE Training Institute which he developed after the tragic events of Columbine. With more than 25 years of experience as a law enforcement officer and security expert, he is one of the foremost school safety and active shooter specialists in the nation. Crane can often be found speaking at national events, conferences or training law enforcement through the ALICE Training Institute’s RAIDER program across the country.

ALICE was the first training program in the country that provided staff and students with an option-based response to an active shooter gaining entry into a school, a business or any organization. The ALICE Training Institute now delivers online training blended together with onsite instructor-led demonstrations, practical scenarios, and evaluation drills.

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Founder’s Forum Posts

  • Mattoon High School Shooting

Hero Teacher Stops Shooter at Mattoon IL High School

September 21st, 2017|Comments Off on Hero Teacher Stops Shooter at Mattoon IL High School

At approximately 11:30 am on Wednesday, September 20, 2017, a student pulled out a weapon in the cafeteria of Mattoon High School, in Mattoon IL. As the student pointed the gun at others in the [...]

US Congress Shooting and UPS Active Shooter: Lessons Learned

June 14th, 2017|Comments Off on US Congress Shooting and UPS Active Shooter: Lessons Learned

More senseless events occurred in our country today. In Virginia, US Congressmen came under attack while practicing for the annual US Congress Baseball game between Republicans and Democrats. And in San Francisco, UPS workers were [...]

How ALICE Training Made the Difference in Saving More Lives

February 17th, 2017|Comments Off on How ALICE Training Made the Difference in Saving More Lives

In January 2017, our world once again suffered senseless attacks on innocent victims. This time the victims were school children at their school, and they were attacked by a classmate. Activity that unfortunately has been [...]