Sheriff’s Office- Sundance, WY

Deputy Ed Robinson hosted the class, stressing the importance of learning skills that will keep you alive in a life-or-death situation. He described it as empowerment training, enabling civilians to protect themselves without needing to rely solely on law enforcement. “It doesn’t just apply to schools – it applies to the workplace, it applies to social gatherings. If you go to the mall to shop or to the grocery store,” he says. “It can apply basically any time, anywhere, with anybody.”“A lockdown basically does not leave any options – you’re locked down in place. ALICE training gives you options and gives you the training and the confidence to up your percentage of survivability in case of a violent encounter.” Read more