active shooter

Security: Active shooter prevention and rapid response

Active shooter prevention and rapid response

1. Fight/Shoot and neutralize the threat
2. Triage/Treat the injured

An example from Dr. Kent Ingle from Southeastern University in central Florida.
Excerpt from Wallbuilders Live, "Security: Florida Sheriff Arms Local Teachers and Protects Students”
Visit for full podcast and interview. Visited 2018-03-07

the sentinel program

"Basically what the program is is it authorizes highly trained– and I have to emphasize this– it’s highly trained faculty and staff to carry concealed firearms for the sole purpose of engaging– and only engaging– an active shooter that would walk on our campus.”

132 hours of training (more than most law enforcement officers!). That sounds like a “well regulated militia” to me.

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