Armed! Are You Ready - Hospital EP Training? (Massachusetts Department of Health)
RUN, HIDE, FIGHT - Surviving an Active Shooter Event (VIDEO)
Shots Fired and Flash Point for Healthcare
Options for Consideration- Active Shooter Training Video, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
The Active Shooter, Milwaukee Police Department; 2011
Active Shooter Planning in New York State: HANYS Shared Healthcare Resources
Online: IS-906: Workplace Security Awareness, FEMA Emergency Management Institute
Online: IS-907: Active Shooter: What You Can Do, FEMA Emergency Management Institute
Active Shooter Workshop Series, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Active Shooter Drill Materials
Active Shooter Event Response - Interactive Tabletop Exercise
Sickbay Security - An Active Shooter Response Tabletop Exercise: Disaster Resistant Communities Group (distance learning exercises)
Advisory Memorandum: The Interplay Between Article I, § 25 Of The Wisconsin Constitution, The Open Carry Of Firearms And Wisconsin’s Disorderly Conduct Statute, Wis. Stat. § 947.01. Wisconsin Department of Justice; April 20, 2009.
Kelen, G., Catlett, C., Kubit, J., & Hsieh, Y. (2012). Hospital-based shootings in the United States: 2000-2011. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 20 (10).
Active Shooter. The CIP Report: Volume 11, Number 9. Center for Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security. March 2013.
EMS Response to Active-Shooter Incidents: How EMS can train to better respond to these inevitable unfortunate incidents. EMS World; July 20th, 2011. www.emsworld.com