Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training

Location

Booth 239

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The Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT) Center at Texas State University has trained more than 130,000 first responders to active attacks since 2002. In FY18, we trained 30,388 law enforcement, fire, dispatch, and EMS, and 213,704 civilians in integrated active attack response. ALERRT has been named the national standard in active shooter response by the FBI, and has been adopted by state, regional, and local law enforcement training academies as the standard response to active shooters/ attacks around the nation. ALERRT has been named the national standard in active shooter response by the FBI, and has been adopted by state, regional, and local law enforcement training academies as the standard response to active shooters/ attacks around the nation. The ability to deliver training and program support to these first responders and their agencies at no cost, via the federal and state funding we receive is invaluable.