AVOID, DENY, DEFEND
"If you SEE or HEAR something, SAY something!"
The ALERRT Center at Texas State University has developed the AVOID, DENY, DEFEND protocol to assist individuals in protecting themselves should they be faced with an active shooter or threat event. The Pflugerville ISD Police Department believes strongly in this protocol and encourages all of our students, parents, employees, and visitors to the District to take some time and watch the above video and visit the ALERRT Center at Texas State University - AVOID, DENY, DEFEND website to gain a better understanding of how to respond to an active shooter or threat event.
As the ALERRT video states, "What You Do Matters."
We HIGHLY encourage you to seek out a ALERRT Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) course in your community. If you can't find a class, the ALERRT and the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) have developed a Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) course that is available online to anyone who wants to learn more of how to respond as a civilian to an active shooter or threat event. Click here to be taken to the TEEX course website. There is no cost for this online training.
Click on the image above to report any threats made to harm anyone on campus, any suspicious activity on a campus, bullying and cyberbullying, cheating on schoolwork, dating violence/abuse, depression, self-harm/cutting, drug/tobacco/vaping/alcohol use on campus, eating disorders, or family abuse/neglect.