Run. Hide. Fight. Active Assailant Safety Training
University Police Services will hold “Run. Hide. Fight.” active assailant safety training Jan. 27 - Feb.6 on the CSN, NSC, and UNLV campuses. The free training sessions are being offered in partnership with Louisiana State University’s NCBRT, a nationally recognized center for emergency preparedness and response training.
The training uses both classroom instruction and hands-on scenario-based activities to teach the “Run. Hide. Fight.” response model and how to employ these methods in the event of an active threat. Participants are prepared with principles that will help them create plans and procedures for their classrooms and workplaces.
The training sessions will include the use of blanks in firearms to simulate an active shooter scenario. Signage will be posted during each training session to notify faculty, staff, students, and visitors.
Space is limited and registration is open to all faculty, staff, and students at UNLV, the College of Southern Nevada, the Desert Research Institute, Nevada State College, and NSHE. All NSHE institution employees may attend training at any NSHE campus. All participants must attend the full training, which is offered in either one eight-hour session or two four-hour sessions.
Sessions are currently scheduled as follows:
College of Southern Nevada
- Monday, Jan. 27 – two half-day sessions
- Tuesday, Jan. 28 – two half-day sessions
North Las Vegas Campus
- Friday, Jan. 31 – eight hour (full) session
- Saturday, Feb. 1 – eight hour (full) session
- Wednesday, Feb. 5 – two half-day sessions
- Thursday, Feb. 6 – two half-day sessions
Nevada State College
- Wednesday, Jan. 29 – two half-day sessions
- Thursday, Jan. 30 – two half-day sessions
Maryland Parkway Campus
- Monday, Feb. 3 – two half-day sessions
- Tuesday, Feb. 4 – two half-day sessions
** Half-day sessions are from 8 a.m. to noon and 1-5 p.m. and full-day sessions are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. with a one-hour lunch break.
Registration is available online and will close on Jan. 3, 2020. Please contact University Police Services with questions or for more information about the training at (702) 895-5575.