Addressing the Threat of Radicalized Violence
Learn the three FBI tactics you can use to keep yourself and others safe during an active shooter attack -- Run, Hide and Fight. Learning these principles now will prepare and empower you to put them into practice, and survive, should the unthinkable occur.
An active shooter is an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a populated area, and recent active shooter incidents have underscored the need for a coordinated response by law enforcement and others to save lives. The FBI is committed to working with its partners to protect schools, workplaces, houses of worship, transportation centers, other public gathering sites, and communities.
Although local and state law enforcement agencies are virtually always the first ones on the scene, the FBI has played a large role in supporting the response to every major incident in recent years and has much to offer in terms of capacity, expertise, specialized capabilities, training, and resources before and after an incident occurs. The successful prevention of these active shooter incidents lies with a wide range of public and private entities all working together.
To that end, the FBI provides operational, behaviorally-based threat assessment and threat management services to help detect and prevent acts of targeted violence, helping academic, mental health, business, community, law enforcement, and government entities recognize and disrupt potential active shooters who may be on a trajectory toward violence. The Bureau also continues its research to identify indicators that could signal potential violent intent.
Special Agent Dan Johnson is a tactical instructor, firearms instructor, combatives instructor, and SWAT team member with the FBI in Phoenix, AZ. SA Johnson investigates criminal civil rights violations across the state of Arizona and has assisted organizations around the state with their emergency preparedness measures.
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