Sixty percent of the incidents ended before police arrived.
When in an active shooter incident, there are three steps: run, hide, fight.
“Run, from the very bad incident, and if you can't get away, try to hide, make yourself not visible to the suspect,” Quinn said. “And at the very least fight versus laying yourself down to someone who has bad intentions.”
Cushinberry said this is a class that will provide more information not only for his coworkers, but also his family.
“I'm the father of daughters, granddaughters, just want to prepare them too,” he said. “If education is out there, I want them to know about it, I want to know about it.”
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