Even If You're Not The Intended Victim, Being A Bystander Can ...

  • Posted On : 05/01/2016
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Have you thought about being a bystander in a situation like this? Whether it’s an active shooter or a targeted hit, knowing how your Active Self Protection will affect your response is an important key to responding effectively in the moment! Original video of the danger to each bystander: https://get-asp.com/qf0z News story with details of the location (Google Translate from Spanish required): https://get-asp.com/2lxk How do I protect myself as a bystander to an attack? 1. Situational awareness is your best friend. It doesn’t mean that you always are paranoid or living in “condition orange,” but it does mean that you know Col. Cooper’s color code of awareness and you live by it. Pay attention to your surroundings, and recognize that when you’re in public places you need to be more aware of your surroundings than when you’re in private. If you’re a bystander to this kind of attack, being aware of your surroundings gives you time to respond before the danger becomes acute, and that time is perhaps all you’ll get to save your own life. Want to learn more? There are five additional lessons on our website, so head there: https://get-asp.com/til1 Attitude. Skills. Plan. (music in the intro and outro courtesy of Bensound at http://www.bensound.com)

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