An active shooter situation can happen anywhere, anytime. The motivation for an active shooter to attack can be from a break up with a girl friend or wife, workplace tension, mental illness, or a terrorist attack. No matter why, if you find yourself in an active shooter situated, you need to act fast, thoughtfully, and decisively to protect yourself from harm.
Federal agencies such as Homeland Security have posted videos and other educational materials along the lines of Run, Hide, Fight. Recently, Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound has published its own video encouraging all of us to be aware of our surroundings and what to do if we become involved in an active shooter situation. To see that video, go to:
The Department of Homeland Security also has published a pocket card that you can keep with you that you can find here: