Active Shooter


Active Shooter Preparedness

An active shooter is an individual who is engaged in killing, or attempting to kill, people in a confined and populated area. Active shooter incidents are often unpredictable and evolve quickly.


That’s why Savage III personalizes every active shooter program with a comprehensive and multifaceted approach that engages all members of an organization. From individual awareness and preparedness to organizational policies and trainings, every aspect contributes to overall safety.

Special Event Security

Savage III uses a comprehensive plan to manage crowds and prevent active shooter incidents. This includes a well-trained security team, strict access control measures, and the use of surveillance technologies. Pre-event communication should highlight safety procedures. Partnering with local law enforcement ensures a rapid response capability. Regular drills should simulate active shooter scenarios, instilling a strong sense of preparedness. Encourage a culture of vigilance, advocating the “see something, say something” principle, enabling early threat detection and intervention.


Partnering with local law enforcement

Partnering with law enforcement is crucial in active shooter prevention and response. They provide valuable insights on threat identification and management, improving organizational safety protocols. Furthermore, law enforcement involvement enhances the efficacy of active shooter training, providing real-world expertise and guidance. Such partnerships also ensure a more rapid, coordinated response during an emergency. By bridging the gap between organizational preparedness and professional law enforcement, we bolster our defenses against potential threats, enhance community resilience, and potentially save lives.

A Proactive Approach
to Active Shooter.


Savage III’s proactive approach to preventing active shooter scenarios begins with fostering a culture of respect and inclusivity, where individuals feel heard and grievances are promptly addressed. The “see something, say something” principle is key, empowering each person to report unusual or potentially dangerous behavior. All members of the organization must participate in active shooter preparedness training, involving evacuation and lockdown drills. Collaboration with local law enforcement for such trainings enhances understanding and readiness. Security measures are crucial: depending on the setting, consider controlled access, surveillance systems, and panic buttons. Regular audits ensure their functionality. A threat assessment team, responsible for identifying potential risks and formulating responses, should be a central element of your approach. In all, it’s about creating a mindful community, equipped with the right tools, knowledge, and readiness to preemptively counteract potential threats.

Our Pro-Active Approach to Active Shooter




Regular active shooter drills teach staff to react swiftly and effectively. Training enhances understanding of safety procedures and evacuation routes.



A vigilant mindset encourages reporting of suspicious behavior. The “see something, say something” approach aids early threat identification and intervention.



Partnering with local law enforcement provides additional expertise and rapid response capabilities. Collaboration fosters community resilience and enhances security measures.



Preparedness includes developing comprehensive safety protocols, installing security systems, and maintaining open communication about potential threats to ensure readiness in crisis situations.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who needs active shooter training / services?
  1. Schools and Universities: Students, teachers, and staff members can learn how to respond effectively during such incidents.
  2. Businesses and Corporations: Both large and small businesses need to train their employees to ensure workplace safety.
  3. Hospitals and Healthcare Providers: Healthcare personnel should be prepared for all kinds of emergencies, including active shooter scenarios.
  4. Event Organizers: Staff involved in organizing and managing events can greatly benefit from this training.
  5. Government Agencies: Such agencies should be prepared for potential threats, especially those in public-facing roles.
  6. Non-profit Organizations: Like businesses, these groups also need to protect their staff and volunteers.
  7. Shopping Centers and Entertainment Venues: Staff at these high-traffic locations need to be well-prepared to handle potential threats.
  8. Religious Institutions: Churches, synagogues, mosques, and other religious institutions also need this training due to the congregations they host.


Essentially, any group or institution with a responsibility for the safety of people – be they employees, customers, students, or members – could benefit from active shooter training.

What are the benefits of our active shooter program?

Employing a wait-and-see or reactive strategy may leave you exposed to an unacceptable level of disaster recovery. Having an effective and well-planned active shooter protection plan can minimize the impact of risks or losses should a breach occur.

How much does it cost to acquire your services?

No detail is identical, so the best way to formulate an appropriate plan would be consulting with our representatives. We can conduct a proper evaluation of your current situation and determine the correct plan of recourse.