Shots Fired – Active Shooter Training
Active Shooter Training Program for Students, Faculty & Staff
The Campus has invested in "Shots Fired on Campus: When Lightning Strikes" to provide each member of our campus community with critical guidance on how to recognize and survive an active shooter situation. This is the same training used by our University Police Department in their Active Shooter Preparedness seminar.
While an active shooter situation on our campus is unlikely, it is important that you invest the time to review this training program to gain the knowledge and strategies for preventing and surviving such an event. As stated by Steve Romano, retired Chief of the Crisis Negotiation Unit for the FBI has stated, "Survivors make a commitment. They take a personal stake in their own safety and security. They do whatever it takes emotionally and mentally to survive a critical incident."
Please note that these videos are for the use of CSUSB students, staff, faculty and other employees with a campus user ID and password. View the Active Shooter videos today!
To provide additional information and training on active shooter situations, attached is a handout on Educational Opportunities for Shelter-in-Place Participation.
For additional information about this training program, please contact:
Manager, Emergency Management and Business Continuity