Campus Safety Programs and Activities
Violent Intruder Response Training: A Case Study of the Parkland School Shooting Incident
To sign up, please click here: Training Sign-up Form
On Friday September 13 from 3:30 to 6:30 PM, CUI’s Department of Campus of Safety will be sponsoring a Violent Intruder Training. All members of the campus community are invited to this important training that will be presented by the Irvine Police department in Denault Auditorium.
Although rare, violent intruder incidents are a reality, and everyone should be aware of the warning signs violent intruders may display well before a planned attack. Since a violent intruder incident can occur anywhere, it is vital to prepare and train on how to react if you are ever near such an incident. This training can help you react in a way the will help you and others around you survive.
Irvine Police Officer Rick Gramer will present an analysis of lessons learned from the Parkland Shooting Incident. The presentation will also center on surviving a violent intruder incident while learning the Department of Homeland Security’s RUN, HIDE, FIGHT model. The afternoon will then transition to a practical training where attendees will practice the RUN, HIDE, FIGHT model with the guidance of a team of Irvine police officers.
An optional yet highly recommended exercise will be held after the presentation around 5:00 PM. The exercise is an opportunity to practice the protective steps discussed during the presentation. Please indicate in the sign-up form if you are interested in attending the exercise as well. Exercise participants must have attended the presentation.
Please join us on Friday September 13 in Denault Auditorium in Grimm Hall.
In the event of an earthquake on campus:
- Step 1 – Drop to the ground; find cover (if there is no large table or desk, use a chair to protect your head); and hold on to the desk/table/chair. Hold your position until the shaking stops.
- Step 2 – Once the shaking has subsided, please evacuate the building and go to the assembly area for your building. Remember to stand a safe distance from the building (distance should equal the height of the building or more). For a map of all campus evacuation assembly areas, please click here - Build Evac Assembly Map-1.
- Step 3 – Remain in the assembly area for further instruction from Campus Safety. .
For question regarding the earthquake preparedness, please contact:
- Steven Rodriguez, Associate Director of Campus Safety – 949-214-3003 – email@example.com
For more information about eathrquake preparedness, please visit www.shakeout.org.