Advanced ALICE Training
The purpose of advanced ALICE training is to educate local and school-based law enforcement, as
well as church, hospital, and workplace administrators and safety professionals about our
researched-based, proactive response approach to Violent Intruder events.
The ALICE training program is designed to supplement current "Lock-down" or "Secure-in-Place"
procedures used frequently in our public schools and institutions. Tragic historic events have
dictated the need of enhanced response options to increase chances of surviving a horrific event.
Program Topic Areas Include:
Policy and Procedures Review
• Instruction on key components of an organized and thoughtful Active Shooter Emergency Operations Plan with emphasis on Survival Strategies.
• Elicit Active Shooter Readiness Status of their specific institutions, and determine where their strength and weaknesses lie.
• Distinguish between high and low priority issues when advising policy and procedure revisions.
• Recognize potential Safety Hazards in building design.
• Design room layouts with priority on Active Shooter defense.
• Understand immediate methods to improve infra-structure hazards.
Proactive Use of Technology
• Current technology resources available to enhance building/occupant safety.
• Current accepted practices utilizing technology in building/occupant safety.
• Discuss proactive uses of technology for building/occupant safety by interfering with intruder's ability to locate targets.
• Review case studies of past events to determine functionality of technology usage.
• Conduct practical scenario training in order to experience, visualize, and reinforce course concepts.
Community Resource Assistance
• Locate and elicit community assistance before, during, and after event.
• Demonstrate ability to locate Community Rally Points.
• Discuss potential Community Partners, and the assistance they can provide.
• How to liaison with other local government agencies.
• Discuss Rapid Mass Evacuation plans.
• Discuss tactical advantages associated with maintaining distance vs. securing-in- place and/or barricading.
• Identify non-conventional methods of mobilizing large numbers of people.
• Participants will be required to build and present a 10 minute presentation to demonstrate material comprehension.
• Review and Exam