FREE: Civilian Response to an Active Shooter Event (CRASE) – Brunswick, GA

Since 2002, the Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT)™ Program at Texas State University has been used to train law enforcement officers across the nation in how to rapidly respond to dangerous active threat situations.

As a result of increased public awareness, many citizens have asked what individuals can do protect themselves and reduce the dangers faced during one of these events.

Avoid | Deny | Defend™ has been developed as an easy to remember method for individuals to follow. As we’ve seen, hiding and hoping isn’t a very effective strategy.

Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) course, designed and built on the Avoid, Deny, Defend (ADD) strategy developed by ALERRT in 2004, provides strategies, guidance and a proven plan for surviving an active shooter event.

Charlie Moore Training and Glynn County School Police are presenting this event and invite the public to attend for FREE.

Civilian Response to an Active Shooter Event (CRASE) - Brunswick, GA | © 2018 Charlie Moore Training - www.charliemooretraining.com

Main Topics Addressed:

  • Active shooter statistical data
  • Active shooter profiles
  • Situational awareness development
  • Effects of stress on performance and behavior
  • Recent events aimed at lessons learned
  • Avoid/Deny/Defend: Strategies to keep you and your loved ones safer during an active threat event
  • Law enforcement role once they arrive and how to respond to law enforcement when they arrive
  • Stop the Bleed program
  • Crisis management skills

WHEN: Monday, November 5

WHERE: Brunswick High School Auditorium, 3885 Altama Avenue, Brunswick, GA 31520

WHEN: 6:00-9:00PM

WHO CAN ATTEND: Event is open to the public for anyone ages 13+

REGISTER FOR ADMISSION ON EVENTBRITE –> https://crasebrunswick.eventbrite.com

Questions? Contact Charlie Moore – (912) 996-7200 | charlie@charliemooretraining.com

Charlie is a certified Civilian Response to an Active Shooter Event (CRASE) instructor through the ALERRT program at Texas State University.

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