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Civilian Response To Active Shooter Event Seminars

Active Shooter Drills

Security Analysis


David McCullough, Chief Instructor at CAFT giving Civilian Response to Active Shooter Event to a Saturday event held at a local church with over 800 attending the seminar.

Active Shooter Drill at a local Alabama business put on in conjunction with the local police department. The role player with firearms are instructors Michael Andrews and Brooke Garrison. Instructors Mike Edfelt and David McCullough are the safety officers.

Civilian Response to Active Shooter Event (CRASE)

CRASE is a FREE customized course and part of ALERT (Advanced Law Enforcement Response Training) designed by Texas State University Dr. Peter Blair. The program combines classroom training and if the companies wish, desktop drills and an evaluation of the current policies. We always try to include the local police in the course to allow the personnel to interact with their responding local departments.


This training is an invaluable tool for any person and/or business to learn as the course is designed to explain the responses people typically have in stressful events and how best to respond to these events to survive. It is impossible to prepare for every event that may present itself, but this course will lay a foundation on which increase your chance of survival.

This Seminar is given at NO Charge. (No written materials are provided but a pdf file maybe given to the requesting company so materials may be printed or distributed to the students.)


CAFT can also perform a Security analysis of your facility. We can review your emergency operations plan and even conduct specific drills within your organization. The cost of this service is based on the size of the facility and the number of employees. CAFT encourages personnel to participate to verify your policies while also providing a safe and realistic environment to practice your emergency plans.


 Contact us for an estimate for your corporation.  

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