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Queen Creek Welcomes you to A.L.I.C.E. Training Overview of ALICE Overview of Alice A is for ALERT
This is the FIRST notification of danger. School announcement of a danger on campus Gunfire, loud noises or screaming Text alert or phone call See something say something L is for LOCKDOWN Traditional lockdown procedures PLUS:
Barricade the door (examples on next slide) Spread out in the room with Counter measures DO NOT huddle DO NOT open the door for anyone Look for alternative exits Dial 911 if safe to do so Barricading the door
buys time, and allows Barricade you the to door evaluate the situation. is for INFORM
Inform can be from students, teachers, administration Pass on real time information or any other staff on campus. *What did you see?(Details-what were they wearing, hair color, height, eyes)
*When did you see it? Be specific. *Where was it? *Who was it? (man, woman, child) *How are they armed? What if the barricade doesnt hold up? Be prepared to COUNTER The purpose of COUNTER is to interrupt the intruder
and make it difficult or impossible to aim. This is a strategy of last resort. Counter We do NOT physically fight with anyone dangerous or an intruder We counter by
Distracting: screaming, yelling, waving hands, and throwing objects. Running: Dont stand still. Constantly move and do what you can to run away and protect yourself. Be aware of the situation and work together. E is for EVACUATE
How do we know if we should stay and barricade or evacuate? RULE Never move from a safe area to an unsafe It is important to Stop, Look, andarea! Listen so you can gather as much information as possible before you decide to take any action.
If it is possible to leave the classroom to get away from a dangerous someone, we will do so. Rally Point This is a safe place where we can all get to, when it is safe to, after we evacuate. Our Rally POint at NBMS is behind the fire station
Rally Point Remember the rule: Never move from a safe place to an unsafe place. If you leave the classroom and find that you are not safe, then find any safe place you can go (neighbor, store, or a park that is nearby). If possible, get to a place that has a phone and call 911.
It is important for you to understand: ALiCE is about empowerment, not fear. ALiCE is about options and choices to stay safer. ALiCE is NOT sequential. ALICE
Your assignment: Create a Foldable that demonstrates your understanding of the ALICE way
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