From the people at Ready Houston: a six minute video suggesting what to do if you’re at work, or church or elsewhere and someone starts shooting.
FEMA offers an online course called “Active Shooter: What You Can Do.” It takes about 45 minutes to complete the course, according to the website.
If you live in Oregon and you want a license to carry a concealed handgun, you can take your certification test online (at this link). The website describes the simple three step process:
Step 1: Watch the safety class below and then when you are done click “Begin Test” to start your FREE test.
Step 2: If you pass the test you will then be able to add the certificate to your cart ($47).
Step 3: Get your certificate in the mail and take it to your local sheriff’s office for processing to recieve your ID Card.
Note: Your official Oregon Concealed License Certification will be promptly mailed via the US Postal Service within 24 hours of purchasing your certificate.
DHS issued a two page document called “PERFORMANCE VENUES – INDICATORS OF VIOLENCE & PROTECTIVE MEASURES,” available at this link.
According to the DHS document, one indicator “of surveillance by potential attackers” includes Persons using or carrying video/camera/observation equipment in or near the facility over an extended period.
Julio Rausseo, an “independent journalist,” believes “It has now come to the point in this Country where filming and taking a picture has turned into suspicious activity, and could lead to some sort of violence.”
You can hear his debate with an Amtrak police officer about the First Amendment, homeland security, TSA, journalism, videos, threats and related issues at this link.
Nothing especially new in any of this. Just the measureless more.