Active Shooter Prevention and Response (HIBOC)
When & Where
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
School of Public Health, SPH102A (View in Google Map)
The course provides faculty and staff with critical guidance on how to recognize and survive an active shooter situation. The course helps attendees identify behaviors of concern that may signal the need for intervention to prevent a violent incident from occurring. With an emphasis on providing people in duress the support services they need, the class also provides information about the institutional resources available and the 2-STOP and STOP program. (1-hour course)
UT Police also offers Active Shooter Prevention and Response training for clinical staff emphasizing Avoid, Deny, Defend in a patient care setting. (1-hour course).