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ALICE Training Institute proudly provides Texas active shooter training for schools, government agencies, businesses, places of worship and much more. Our comprehensive active shooter training in Texas is designed with the unique needs of residents in mind. It is our goal to help Texas residents and organizations be better prepared to respond and take an active role in their own survival, should a crisis situation arise.Get A Free Quote Today
The Reach & Impact of ALICE Active Shooter Training in Texas
The team behind the ALICE program works hard to empower Texas residents and organizations of all types and sizes. Our Texas active shooter training has reached all corners of the Lone Star State, and we continue to assist people every day.
Texas Active Shooter Legislation for Greater Safety & Preparedness
As part of efforts to make schools more prepared in the event of an active shooter, the state of Texas has implemented mandatory drills and updates to emergency operations, along with new legislation regarding campus active shooter response plans. To ensure that your school district is fully prepared to address these new regulations and legislation, we encourage you to review our brief overview of Texas state requirements. Understanding these updates will also help you to more effectively create active shooter training for your district.
By January 1, 2020, the commissioner, in consultation with the TxSSC and the fire marshal, must adopt rules on evacuating and securing facilities and designating up to eight mandatory drills. These active shooter training drills in Texas will include:
- Number of evacuation fire exits
- Evacuation drills
Updates to Emergency Operations Plans
- Texas active shooter emergency plans must address Prevention.
- Emergency plans must address school safety training for employees, including substitute teachers.
- Plans must provide for physical and psychological safety in natural disasters, active shooters and other dangerous situations identified by the TxSCC.
- Plans must provide details on mandatory drills.
View full legislation here: H.B. No. 1042
Texas Active Shooter Response Plan for Campuses
Each law enforcement agency in the state of Texas shall:
- Establish a plan for coordinating with other law enforcement agencies and first responders when responding to an active shooter emergency on an educational institution campus.
- Annually conduct an active shooter training drill with local law enforcement agencies and first responders.
- Submit plans no later than July 1st of each year to the Department of Public Safety.
- Plans must include protocols for:
- Officers arriving on the scene.
- Identifying and evaluating the threat.
- Taking action to eliminate or contain the threat to prevent further harm.
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.”
Latest News and Resources
Along with comprehensive active shooter training, Texas residents can stay up to date on current events nationwide with ALICE News and Resources. View all our news resources to stay informed.View All
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ALICE Training Institute Event Calendar
Explore the ALICE Training Institute Event Calendar to find scheduled active shooter training in Texas.
Thursday, May 28, 2020 at 5:00 PM
4801 Marine Creek Pkwy,
Fort Worth, TX, 76179, USA
Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at 5:00 PM
903 Bluebonnet Parkway,
McGregor, TX, 76657, USA
ALICE Training in Texas
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