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School Violence/Bullying
Greg Crane, President, ALICE Training Institute
1.00 CPE Hours

With the threat of violence in schools all too real, learning, preparing, and practicing skills to handle an active shooter can make all the difference. ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) training teaches strategies to handle the threat of an intruder, including leading others to safety. Crane developed ALICE after the event at Columbine, and it quickly became the
standard of care among educators and law enforcement organizations. (This video includes closed captions.)

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