When the Police Arrive

This 2 minute safety training video covers: What to do when the police arrive, what to do if you go running towards a police, what are the duties of the first police personnel on the scene and what are EMT's and other first responders duties. Click here to watch the 15 minute full length version.

All too often these days, we hear about active shooter incidents… multiple shootings in nightspots, public areas… and workplaces. What should employees do to survive if one of these situations takes place where they work?

Atlantic's training products on Active Shooter: Surviving An Attack provide step-by-step explanations of the survival techniques that law enforcement agencies recommend to help people get through an active shooter incident safely. Available in English or Spanish. Topics covered in these products include:

Video Transcript

If you're the victim of an active shooter attack, you'll naturally feel excitement and relief when law enforcement personnel arrive on the scene. But remember that the officers are highly trained professionals with specific jobs that they must do in a certain order. They will have only basic information about what has happened and who is who. The first police personnel on the scene of an active-shooter situation are going to be entering a "high threat" environment so their job is to neutralize the shooter and secure the location.