December Forum – Active Shooter Prevention and Response

Would you know what to do if the unthinkable happened?  This course is specifically designed for people who want to better understand how to protect themselves from intense acts of violence. Our M.O.V.E.™ program, is an “options based” protocol that provides a powerfully simple strategy that can help you survive all types of violence by giving you the knowledge and confidence to respond in violent situations.

Objective:  Learning to identify the pre-incident indicators of an “Active Shooter” and review strategies for responding should a violent incident occur.

Core Content:  

  • Personal Safety
    • Managing fear and anxiety
    • Developing a plan before an incident occurs
  • Strategies for preventing an Active Shooter
    • Recognizing the pre-incident indicators
    • Leveraging reporting options and resources
  • Surviving an “Active Shooter:
    • Introduction to the M.O.V.E options based response protocol



Kenneth Carr, PhD, M.A.O.B.

Dr. Carr is a principle consultant for Alvarez Associates LLC and
Adjunct Professor of Clinical and Forensic Psychology at
Northcentral University.

Dr. Carr is a professional educator and trainer who is considered a
subject matter expert in Clinical Psychology, Forensic Psychology
and Administration of Justice. His specialties are in Domestic &
Intimate Partner Violence and Crisis Intervention Training. He has
additional education and training in Organizational Behavior and has
instructed in Essentials of Security courses with a focus on security
measures to reduce risk through management and asset protection.


  •  December 5, 2019
     8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
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  •  December 5, 2019
     8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
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