Active Shooter Toolkit

This toolkit provides IAFC members with direct access to resources to prepare, respond and recover from active shooter and associated incidents.

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A Broad Threat, a Unified Response

IAFC members must remember the active shooter threat spans a broad base of events from organized terrorist cells to the lone wolf actor. Developing local response plans, procedures and policies collaboratively with all other local stakeholders is imperative then—exercise, exercise, exercise—with total stakeholder participation.

The Active Shooter Toolkit was developed and the resources vetted by the IAFC Terrorism and Homeland Security Committee. All resources and references provided are for member consideration without qualification or recommendation.

The Terrorism Committee continues to search for new resources including articles, procedures, policies and reference links. If you have a tool to share, please forward it to Chief Tim Littlefield for consideration by the committee.

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