Emergency Response Training

Safety & Security

Active threats last 12 minutes on average. 60% of active threats end before police arrive.

Are you ready to respond?

BC3 Campus Police provides A.L.I.C.E. Training to the campus community. Contact Scott Richardson, Director of Campus Police & Security, at 724-287-8711, ext. 8225 to learn about effective response plans to an emergency situation.


An initial alert can be anything you see or hear that may signal an active threat is taking place. This includes receiving a BC3 Alert that there is an emergency situation.


If evacuation is not an option, lockdown and barricade entry points of your current location. Silence phones, cover and stay away from door and windows.


Dial 911 or call Campus Police at 724-287-8711, ext. 8394. Report real-time, factual information you have by any means of communication available. Do not assume others have already called.


As a last resort, create a distraction by throwing objects, making noise and ambushing the assailant using a swarm attack.


Seek a safe location using nontraditional exits if necessary. When you are safe, let others know where you are and who is with you.

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