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The “active shooter” preparedness training is usually some variation on: run, hide, and, as a last resort, fight. And, anecdotally at least, more companies are finding it to be a necessity. “I’ve seen many of these events occur,” said Greg Crane, President of the ALICE Training Institute, which has specialized in active shooter training since the 1999 massacre at Columbine High School. “[After] every one of these events, we get more calls.” Read more