Uncontrolled bleeding is the number one cause of preventable death from trauma.Stop the Bleed. Save a Life.
Preparation and practice are key to surviving an active aggressor situation.Run, Hide, Fight and Help.
Know how, when and where to evacuate, shelter-in-place and secure-in-place.Big 3 Protective Actions
16 ounces of water and 1200 calories. Learn more about your minimum student preparedness kit.16+12 Student Emergency Kit
Redefining the role: why “peace officers” embody productivity and positivity
For some community members, especially those of marginalized backgrounds, the presence of police officers can...
Empowering survivors: the vital role of Victim Advocate Services
According to a study by the National Institute of Justice, 20-25% of female students and...
Setting a new standard for Clery compliance
The Jeanne Clery Act is a relatively unknown piece of legislation for those outside the...
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