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December 8, 2015

Yale University active shooter preparedness video

Filed under: Preparedness and Response,Terrorist Threats & Attacks — by Christopher Bellavita on December 8, 2015

From the Yale University emergency management website:

This is an emergency preparedness video. This video guides people through the actions they would need to take if confronted by an active shooter. This video depicts fictional events on the Yale campus. Some content may be disturbing. It is intended as a learning tool.

You can watch the 8+ minute video at this link: http://emergency.yale.edu/be-prepared/active-shooterweapon  (not yet available on youtube).

Other examples of the expanding run-fight-hide video literature can be found at these links:

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3 Comments »

Comment by William R. Cumming

December 8, 2015 @ 8:06 am

Thanks Chris for useful link!

Comment by Vicki Campbell

December 8, 2015 @ 1:19 pm

I haven’t looked at these specific links yet, but I just wanted to add that I think we would be a whole lot better off if we had captured the couple in San Bernadino alive rather than dead. I think we need to develop protocols that prioritize taking criminals and shooters in general, and terrorists in particular alive if AT ALL possible, which certainly does not currently seem to be the goal – as long as civilians are or can be reasonably gotten out of immediate harms way.

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