Training could help you survive if active shooter strikes

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On February 9, 2017

It’s scary to think about — an active shooter on S&T’s campus. Do you know how you would react? Led by Chief Doug Roberts, the University Police, in conjunction with the Missouri S&T marketing and communications department, created an instructional safety video to teach our community how to survive in the event of an attack by armed individuals. Watch the video or request a free course on active shooter response training taught by University Police at

The video is about five minutes long. It introduces the concept of “Run-Hide-Fight,” a registered trademark of the City of Houston.

“There are several similar videos available online that address the Run-Hide-Fight method to address an active shooter,” Roberts says. “However, we believe that using our campus buildings, staff, faculty and population will help push the message closer to home and give our campus community very important and relevant safety and security information.”

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