Active Violence Preparedness Training

Upcoming Training

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Location: SSG Robert J. Miller Homeland Security Education Center (HEC 1009)

ARE YOU PREPARED to respond to an act of violence on campus?  In this interactive two-hour session you gain invaluable experience implementing the principles of RUN-HIDE-FIGHT, enhancing your survivability and the survivability of others.  Through the use of short instructional periods and hands-on, dynamic training, this session leaves you feeling empowered and better prepared and increases your situational awareness, should you ever face a scenario of active violence.

In this session participants: 

  • Review RUN-HIDE-FIGHT.
  • Participate in a Hide Scenario, utilizing barricading techniques.
  • Participate in a Fight Scenario, utilizing threat-neutralizing tactics.
  • Participate in a Personal Decision-Making Scenario, using information known about a threat to implement a personalized response, using the principals and techniques associated with RUN-HIDE-FIGHT.

Participants are asked to sign liability waivers.

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Contact Information

Police Department
Police Department Dispatch
Open 24 hours 7 days a week.
Student Resource Center (SRC), Room 2100
(630) 942-2000

Police Department Office
Robert J. Miller Homeland Security Education Center (HEC), Room 1040
(630) 942-2000