In the attached video, Michael Julian, the founder of the A.L.I.V.E. (Assess, Leave, Impede, Violence, and Expose) program, is being interviewed by a Fox News host about the recent mass shootings and how people can protect themselves in such situations. The A.L.I.V.E. program is a comprehensive active shooter response training that teaches individuals how to respond in real-life active shooter incidents.
During the interview, Julian emphasizes the importance of assessing the situation and making informed decisions in the event of an active shooter. The first step of the A.L.I.V.E. program is to assess the situation, which involves quickly evaluating the environment and determining the best course of action.
The next step is to leave the area, if possible. Julian stresses the importance of getting as far away from the shooter as possible, as quickly as possible. If leaving the area is not possible, individuals should look for ways to impede the shooter, such as barricading doors or blocking entryways.
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