Preparing Civilians to Respond to Violent Intruder Attacks
The Law Enforcement Foundation is pleased to present The ALICE Training Institute’s Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate (ALICE) program, which will enable corporations to provide training that will empower employees and increase their chances of survival. In the same way you post evacuation routes, stock first aid cabinets, make Automatic External Defibrillators available, and train for a variety of emergency situations, we invite you to consider that this training be a part of your standard emergency training program.
ALICE Training incorporates physical practice drills and mental preparedness tactics to understand the mindset of disgruntled individuals. Program participants learn the following:
- Historical perspective on active shooter/violent intruder cases
- The difference between the ALICE concept and typical responses
- How to recognize potential threats
- Common sense strategies to increase survivability
- How to successfully implement strategies
Why Is Citizen Preparation Necessary?
Corporations are highly visible where aggressive behavior is all too common and violent intruders may choose to attack. When faced with an active shooter or violent intruder of any kind, the ALICE Program prepares corporate employees to respond appropriately.
ALICE’s comprehensive approach uses strategies that incorporate environmental design, technology, communication, law enforcement response, and the commonly missing link—ACTION—by those in immediate danger. Anyone working in a corporate environment is vulnerable to an act of violence perpetrated by a disgruntled employee, angry customer, angry partner or spouse of an employee, or an aggressor just looking for east targets.
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ALICE Training was developed by Greg Crane, a former SWAT officer and high school and college educator, along with his wife Lisa Crane, a retired educator and school administrator with 30 years of experience. With their combined expertise, the Cranes developed a response system that can be easily tailored to suit the needs of a variety of institutions, based on facility size and age of participants.