Denver OEM, in partnership with Denver Police, is pleased to offer an "Active Shooter Program" to empower individuals to help play a role in enhancing our community’s safety. This program is delivered by trained instructors from Denver Police and provides individuals with the basic tools they need to recognize suspicious activity in our communities and place of work.
The "Run, Hide, Fight" Program is available to groups and organization throughout Denver and lasts approximately 45 minutes. The program is guided by the principle that every individual can use.
We host these classes on a monthly basis. To register for a class, visit our training calendar. Additionally, the Denver Police teaches these classes to large groups as they're able. To schedule a class, contact Sgt. Carla Havard via email at Carla.Harvard@denvergov.org.
DISCLAIMER: The information provided in the DenverREADY trainings is intended to provide guidance and best practices for active shooter situations and bleeding control incidents. The City and County of Denver is not liable for death, bodily injury, or property damage should the individual experience a real-world incident after participating in and/or deployment of the tactics learned in a DenverREADY training. By participating in this training, you agree to take full risk and liability, using your own discretion in deploying the tactics taught to increase your chances of survival should you experience a real-world incident.