The Department of Homeland Security has a website focused on active shooter preparedness at dhs.gov/activeshooter that includes the following:
- Active shooter: What can you Do? course.
- Active shooter: How to Respond resource materials, including the profile of an active shooter, responding to an active shooter or other workplace violence situation, training for an active shooter situation and creating an emergency action plan, and tips for recognizing signs of potential workplace violence
- Options for consideration—active shooter training video.
- Active shooter webinars.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation offers information on active shooter events at fbi.gov/about/partnerships/office-of-partner-engagement/active-shooter-resources
- The FBI site includes the Run. Hide. Fight. ® Surviving an Active Shooter Event video that is also available to be viewed on YouTube.
- The Run. Hide. Fight. poster may be viewed at https://www.fbi.gov/file-repository/active-shooter-508.pdf/view or downloaded directly here: Active Shooter Poster
In conjunction with DHS and the FBI, The Washington Post offers a PDF "A gunman opens fire in your building. What do you do?" with a step-by-step instructions for Run, Hide, Fight. You may also view it on their website at washingtonpost.com/graphics/national/activeshooter/.