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Active Shooter Safety Video

Shots Fired: When Lightening Strikes

Watch an informational and eye-opening video about how to respond in an active-shooter situation.  As this video states, encountering an active shooter in your place of work or study is about as unlikely as being struck by lightning, but it never hurts to prepare for the unthinkable.  We know that recent events have heightened many people's awareness of school shootings, so we hope you will take a few moments to watch this educational video and gain a sense of security from the things you learn.

Shots Fired: When Lightening Strikes (For Faculty and Staff).
Shots Fired: When Lightening Strikes (Student version).

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Flashpoint

Watch this short information packed video regarding work and school place violence. Learn the myths and facts regarding this ever-growing concern in today’s world. Learn the warning signs that could be the predecessor to violence and how the recognition of such indicators and the proper reporting of such behaviors can reduce the instances of work and school place violence.

Flashpoint (For Faculty and Staff)
Flashpoint (For Students)

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Notice concerning behavior?

It is the University's goal to prevent any unsafe situations before they happen, so we encourage you to report all suspicious behavior and concerns as soon as you notice them.  If you experience any immediate threats to your safety or the safety of others, call 911.  If you notice concerning behaviors in a friend, coworker, or classmate, call the University Counseling Center at (432) 552-2365.  You can learn more online about the University Counseling Center.