Nolan Enterprises has a range of active and former law enforcement professionals that teach our Active Shooter Prevention course.

Our training is tailored for all job sites, civilians and professionals, with easy to apply tactics to increase their likelihood of surviving an active shooter event before the police arrive.

We take pride in educating our clients on the safety and security of their facility, while simultaneously training and coaching them to an appropriate response.

Our instructors bring a combination of tactical expertise and decades of field experience as Peace Officers.

We cover:

  • How to escape during an active shooter incident
  • How to barricade and lock down your facility
  • How to notify and provide real-time details to responding law enforcement
  • How to fight back using improvised weapons

Reduce the threat of workplace violence, including active shooter situations through awareness, cooperation and proactive planning. Nolan Enterprises’ risk mitigation strategies can position you to better protect employees, customers, students and guests, allowing you to return to normal operations as soon as possible.

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An active shooter in your workplace could be a current or former employee, or a former employee, or an acquaintance or relative of an employee.

It is critical that you pay attention to indicators of violent behavior.  Alert your HR department if you believe an employee exhibits the potential for violence.  Employees do not “just snap” – there is often a series of indicators that can be recognized, if you know what to look for.

Our live training covers terminology, statistics, indicators of violence, and planning for an emergency.   Next, we have an in-depth session covering how to prepare and respond to an active shooter event.  Our course utilizes concepts approved by the Federal government, FBI, and Department of Homeland Security.

Finally, our Law Enforcement professionals lead simulations of an active shooter event.  In a post-simulation review, employees are trained on improvements, additional techniques, and corrected.

Additionally, we cover a critical step for any active shooter event: how to safely wait for assistance.   As Law Enforcement arrives on the scene, we must be cautious and patient as we wait for help, and avoid certain actions or behaviors that could be confused by Police.  They are still assessing the situation, and may not know if you are a threat or friend.   Our trainers are active and former Law Enforcement and will cover actions, behavior, and body language that demonstrate you are not a threat.

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What is an Active Shooter?

An Active Shooter is an individual engaged in killing, or attempting to kill people in a confined and populated area.  In the majority of cases, the active shooter uses firearms.  Often there is no pattern or method to their selection of victims.

Because active shooters situations evolve very quickly, they are unpredictable.  Active shooter situations are often over in ten to fifteen minutes, often before law enforcement arrives on scene and can respond, it is critical to be prepared for the worst-case scenario.  This includes mental and physical preparation to deal with an active shooter situation.