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Across the country, including the state of California, active shooter training is an essential part of keeping people safe. From hospitals and schools to churches and businesses, individuals in every organization deserve to know how to protect themselves — and be active participants in their own safety and survival in the event of a high-risk scenario. Our preparedness solutions and active shooter training in California can help organizations of all types and sizes to be ready. Contact ALICE Training today to find out more.Register for Your Online Training
The Effect of ALICE's California Active Shooter Training
For organizations of all kinds, ALICE Training is there. From preparedness training for students to active shooter training for law enforcement, California residents have access to solutions they need so they can respond under pressure. To date, ALICE Training has served:
California Active Shooter Training and Safety Legislation
In the wake of numerous school shootings across the country, many legislative changes were made that affect school safety plans and active shooter training in California. As the laws continue to grow and expand, citizens must understand what is expected of them and their communities.
AB 1598 — Emergency Response Services: Active Shooter Incidents
Read the full bill here.
Among many changes to active shooter procedures related to first responders and emergency services, this Assembly Bill does the following:
Localities must establish protocols and training to respond to active shooter incidents in a way that corresponds with their capabilities, including law enforcement, fire and emergency medical services.
Training standards must detail the requirements for all first responders.
Based on the training standards, an instructional course must be established to address the needs of law enforcement and first responders so they can effectively handle active shooter scenarios.
AB 1747 — School Safety Plans
Read the full bill here.
This Assembly Bill relates to school emergency plans that address the concerns of the community at large, including school districts, local authorities and law enforcement. Some of the specific mandates listed are:
All safety plans should develop strategies specifically to prevent criminal incidents and violence in schools — and educate about these issues.
Every school district and county office must create comprehensive safety plans for all of its K-12 facilities.
The plan must uphold existing laws related to school safety.
Individual schools need to have their specific safety plans approved by the district or county office.
What Others Are Saying About Us
“The Arizona Counterterrorism Information Center officers say this is a step up from Run Hide Fight. And because first responders will be learning it, it only gives them an edge to act quickly themselves and help the community do the same.”
“To me, it’s not a matter of if, but when the next shooting will happen. I just want to always be prepared. Always know my options.”
“The ALICE program is one of the most important things I’ve done as a law enforcement officer. It gives options to respond to violence…I thought it was a neat idea that people can be in charge of their own survival.”
“Experts say that there is no single response that works in every situation because each one is different. Their best advice is to keep your options open, what’s known as a multi-option response.”
“ALICE training increases the options for the adults in charge of children in the event of a God-forbid situation,” said Superintendent Michael Lubelfeld. “We can now train and empower our adults to use their judgment based on evidence-based methods that include options other than lockdown.”
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