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Put Training to the Test

January 2018 | COVER STORY

The percentage of U.S. public schools that have drilled for an active shooter scenario rose from 47 to 70 percent from 2004 to 2014, according to a recent study. But the search for solutions to these deadly events sometimes leads to an overly narrow approach. Instead, a broad all-hazards approach to scenario-based training allows schools to prepare for a range of incidents, including bullying, sexual harassment, and natural disasters.

Learn more in this article from Michael Dorn, CEO of Safe Havens International.

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