TRAINING YOUR STAFF FOR AN ACTIVE SHOOTER SITUATION. To best prepare your staff for an active shooter situation, create an Emergency Action Plan (EAP), and conduct training exercises. Together, the EAP and training exercises will prepare your staff to effectively respond and help minimize loss of life. Components of an Emergency Action Plan (EAP)
Threats can be classified into four different categories; direct, indirect, veiled, conditional. A direct threat identifies a specific target and is delivered in a straightforward, clear, and explicit manner.; An indirect threat tends to be vague, unclear, and ambiguous. The plan, the intended victim, the motivation, and other aspects of the threat are masked or equivocal.