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Every year businesses, schools, and houses of worship are impacted​ by Active Threats. Is your organization prepared?



Welcome to 

A-Train Tactical, LLC


Our Active Threat consulting firm specializes in helping businesses, schools, and houses of worship prepare for, respond to, and recover from critical incidents. We want to utilize our knowledge and resources to help you develop your Emergency Action Plan (EAP), train your personnel, and  address potential issues before they become emergencies.

Information Overload 

If you search, "how to respond during an active shooter incident " on the internet,  you will receive over 163 million results! If you feel a little overwhelmed or intimidated, don't worry, you are not alone. Overcoming an Active Shooter incident is a complex problem with many variables. Acknowledging there is a potential risk before it turns into an emergency is a step in the right direction. There is no universally accepted best practice for how to overcome an Active Shooter incident. However, there are certain strategies you can employ and proactive steps you can take to help mitigate these threats. 

Be Prepared Without Being Paranoid

The odds of being killed by an Active Shooter are very low. According to FBI statistics, a total of 1,203 people were killed by Active Shooters in the United States (U.S.) between 2000 - 2021. That is an average of 54.6 deaths per year (approximately 1 in 6,000,000). We can all agree that even one unnecessary death is too many, and we must do more as a society to prevent these tragedies from occurring in the first place. To put these odds into perspective, consider the following: the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported there were an average of 62 deaths per year in the U.S. due to hornet, wasp, and bee stings between 2000 - 2017 (approximately 1 in 5,300,000). Additionally, the National Weather Service (NWS) reported there were 43 reported lightning fatalities annually in the U.S. over a 30-year period (approximately 1 in 7,600,000). 


Are you worried about being killed by lightning? If you answered, "No," why not? Most likely you were taught at an early age what lighting is, how dangerous it can be, and what precautions to take to mitigate the risk. For example, when the storm clouds start to roll in and you hear thunder in the distance, you have probably felt a prompting to get out of the pool or to put away the golf clubs and seek shelter. What about when you are driving and there is lightning? You were probably taught that staying in your vehicle is a better option than getting out and standing on the side of the road. This is because your tires can act as insulators and may help decrease your chances of being injured.


We need to continue educating the public on how to overcome Active Threats using a whole-community approach. There are multiple ways we can help prevent these incidents. In addition to deterrence and decreasing stressors, we need to be focusing on recognizing, reporting, and acting on warning signs. When prevention fails, we need to be prepared to SURVIVE at all costs. In order to increase your preparedness level, learn more about Active Threats, develop a survival mindset, and have a plan. We cannot stop all the evil in the world, but we can work together to help limit the loss of life. Stay Safe!

In Association with the Active Shooter Prevention Project, LLC

"With a renewed focus on PREVENTION first, the number of lives saved will be countless, and that is priceless!" - Chris Grollnek


 #NEVERHERE  #activeshooterexpert  #P.R.O.Model  #stopschoolshootings  #MASSSHOOTING 

What our customers are saying

Aaron from A-Train Tactical provided LTPL library staff with an emergency situation training session + helped create our Emergency Aciton Plan. He has a ton of practical advice. We can't thank him enough for his help + expertise!

Holly T. - LTPL

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