Spokane, WA (PRWEB) July 29, 2012
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has selected the Center for Personal Protection and Safety (CPPS) training program, "Shots Fired: Guidance for Surviving an Active Shooter Situation" to train all personnel within the FBI.
CPPS CEO Randy Spivey states, "We are very pleased to be working with the FBI to provide training and education that saves lives. The FBI is one of the world's premier law enforcement agencies and it is a privilege to work with them in this endeavor."
The Shots Fired training program is currently being used to train individuals how to respond if faced with an armed threat. The training covers the following:
. Response Options in an Active Shooter Scenario
. The Key Differences Between Training and Untrained Individuals in a Crisis
. What to Do When Law Enforcement Arrives
. Key Differences Between an Active Shooter and Hostage Taking Situation
. Basic Principles for Preventing Violence Within Any Organization
Shots Fired is currently available in three editions:
1. Traditional Office Setting (http://shotsfireddvd.cppssite.com/)
2. College Campus Setting (http://shotsfireddvdoncampus.cppssite.com/)
3. Healthcare Setting (http://www.cppssite.com/healthcare)
To preview, please contact CPPS at 1-800-990-4541 or email email@example.com.
The Center for Personal Protection and Safety (CPPS) is a leading developer and provider of customized training and consultation solutions. Partnering with our clients, we empower individuals to be stakeholders in their personal safety and security in the workplace and while traveling and living abroad. As thought leaders in the industry, CPPS creates and leverages best-practices, providing practical solutions to some of today’s most extreme challenges.
- Active Shooter and Other Forms of Extreme Violence
- Intimate Partner Violence and Stalking
- Workplace Violence
- International Travel Safety and Kidnap Survival
- Living Abroad and in High-risk Environments
- Threat Assessment and Management
CPPS clients include more than 50 percent of Fortune 100 companies, 1,400-plus colleges and universities nation-wide, and numerous U.S. Agencies to include the FBI, DOD, VA and Social Security Administration.