• Registration is open! 2015 ALERRT Active Shooter Conference

    November 1 - 4, 2015
    The only national conference bridging Law Enforcement, Fire and EMS responses to active shooter events. Instructors and presenters from across the nation will share debriefs and lessons learned from national critical incidents. Integrated response best practices from small, medium and large agencies will be shared along with proven plans to establish your own integrated program. Register here

     
  • LEO Safety Awareness Flyer

    As part of the Bureau of Justice Assistance’s (BJA) VALOR Program, ALERRT works to improve immediate and long-term health, wellness, and safety of law enforcement professionals throughout our nation. Unfortunately, the number of law enforcement officer deaths is on the rise for 2014.
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  • FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin


    Click here to read the most recent research on Active Shooter events in the January issue of FBI’s Law Enforcement Bulletin.

     
  • Department of Justice Recognizes ALERRT

    The training and support provided at the ALERRT Center is a critical component of the VALOR initiative, a response to the increase in assaults and violence against law enforcement. ALERRT training is designed to help prevent violence against law enforcement and ensure officer resilience and survivability. Watch this video http://youtu.be/sJ2ZtegiRp4 to see what people are saying about ALERRT training and the difference it’s making in preparing our first responders for tomorrow’s challenges.

     
  • ALERRT

    The Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT) Center at Texas State University - San Marcos was created in 2002 as a partnership between the University, the San Marcos Police Department and the Hays County Sheriff’s Office to address the need for active shooter response training for first responders. The ALERRT Center has trained more than 70,000 police officers nationwide in dynamic, force-on-force scenario-based training, with more than $36 million in state and federal grant funding.

     
  • VALOR

    The ALERRT Center at Texas State University - San Marcos is proud to be a partner with the Bureau of Justice Assistance’s VALOR Officer Safety Initiative.

    To address the growing problem of violence against state, local and tribal law enforcement across the country, the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance, is providing a national law enforcement officer-safety training and technical assistance program, VALOR.

     
  • Level II: Medical

    The tragedy in Aurora, Colorado, illustrates the critical need to provide life-saving medical and mass casualty training to our law enforcement first responders. The ALERRT Level II Course not only addresses the need to immediately stop the active shooter threat, but focuses on the immediate, life-saving medical aid which police officers can provide before EMS arrives and/or when EMS systems are overwhelmed.

     

This was one of the best trainings I've taken in my 17 years as an officer. I hope all my officers are fortunate enough to take this class and I hope to re-take this course again. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! I've truly learned a lot!!Student in New York (Train-the-Trainer Course)

Great program overall. It is a complete training package ready to teach. I love the instructor course because it shows all aspects of the program and allows you to become familiar with it.Student in Mississippi (Train-the-Trainer Course)

Course was fast and furious! Course has taught me to open my mind to access my brain in ways I have not in other training scenarios. Student in Pennsylvania (Level I Course)

Superb course with an exceptional training staff. The instructors were the most professional group that I've encountered during my law enforcement career. I really enjoyed their style of instruction. They went out of their way to make every student feel good and learn lessons, even when we made mistakes.Student in Mississippi (Train-the-Trainer Course)

This should be mandatory for Alabama POST and I will be making that suggestion. It should also be taught to all university Police Departments as well as school resource officers.Student in Alabama (Level I Course)


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