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The Homeland Security Foundation of America Office of Public Safety conducts the National Public Safety Survey year round in all US Congressional Districts.

National Public Safety Survey 2017

ACTIVE SHOOTER PREPAREDNESS

Active shooter incidents, in many cases, have no pattern or method to the selection of victims, which results in an unpredictable and evolving situation. In the midst of the chaos, anyone can play an integral role in mitigating the impacts of an active shooter incident.

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Public Safety Questions

1.) Does your workplace have a disaster preparedness plan for active shooter situations?*
2.) Does your school have a disaster preparedness plan for active shooters?*
3.) Does your church have a disaster preparedness plan for active shooters?*
4.) Have you received training to help you be prepared in the event an active shooter incident occurs at work, in church or at school?*
5.) Is “Dial 911 for emergency” posted near all telephones for immediate reference at home, work and school?*
6.) When was the last time you participated in an active shooter preparedness drill.*
7.) How prepared do you feel you are in the event of an active shooter scenario?*
8.) Have you ever been involved in an active shooter incident?*
9.) If you have been involved in an active shooter incident, where did it happen (Check all that apply)?
10.) If you are involved in an an active shooter event, what should you do (Check all that apply)?*


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