Stop the Killing - How to End...
Includes 2022 update discussing December 2021 shooting at Oxford School In Michigan Stop the Killing empowers readers and offers insight into the role each of plays in combating the American crisis of mass shootings. Packed with sensible advice and training materials, the book takes readers through the latest research and best practices, making it a must read for every security-minded citizen and professional. The book, written by Katherine Schweit, the former head of the FBI's active shooter program, provides an insider's view of what we've learned, and failed to learn, about protecting our businesses, houses of worship, libraries, and schools. The book demystifies the language around active shooters, mass killings, threat assessment, and more. Never gathered before in one place, readers have access to the latest evidence-based research on shooting prevention efforts and shooting aftermaths. Learn how to spot potential shooters, the role of threat assessment teams, and how to intercept a person on a pathway to violence. Assess your building's security weaknesses and find vulnerabilities in people, programs, and policies. Packed with practical advice for training every age, from preschoolers to those in business, the book includes the author's teaching outline on Run Hide Fight® Develop individualized emergency operations plans for your library, business, or school. Tap free government resources to protect your employees, students, and buildings. As a bonus, learn sobering advice gathered from those who have survived and responded to shootings at Columbine High School, Virginia Tech, the Aurora theater shooting, and more. Their common plea, realize tragedy can happen anywhere, anytime, so be ready.. Listeners will reduce their fear and gain confidence, learning how they can help stop the killing. Go here for a PDF with charts, endnotes and more: https://www.katherineschweit.com/audio-book