WS-2 ALICE Implementation Certification Course

Nov 17, 2014

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Greg Crane


ALICE Training Institute

With the “best-practice” argument of whether passive or pro-active response procedures create the best chance of surviving a violent intruder event now over, organizations must decide upon how to integrate pro-active procedures into their emergency operations plans.  This course is designed to provide participants with both the materials and knowledge on how to implement the nation’s first pro-active violent intruder response program, ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate). The ALICE program was developed over a decade ago, with one primary goal: Provide those under attack with knowledge and empowerment to do something to help themselves before the professionals can arrive. This response program is utilized by organizations in 48 states, we have 3500 instructors nationwide, and have trained numerous Fortune 500 companies.

In this workshop, we will discuss the most successful methods in use by schools, universities, businesses, hospitals and law enforcement agencies around the country in implementing, training, and drilling of the organization’s personnel. Attendees will leave the session with the following takeaways:

  • Access to on-line portal of active shooter/violent intruder research and response recommendations
  • Outline of successful implementation plans
  • Training options for organization personnel
  • Knowledge of managerial role during a violent intruder event
  • Pro-active use of current technology equipment
  • Coordination with local law enforcement