Today another horrible shooting, this time at a a synagogue in Pittsburgh. There are many resources lists on this site. Here are some organizations that have a lot of resources to offer:
In the current issue of Disaster Recovery Journal (subscriptions are free), see these two articles:
FEMA and the National Voluntary Agencies Active in Disaster help at FEMA Partnership Day at FEMA HQ on July 25. There were several sessions and some new handouts provided there. I will post more details as they become available about products shared.
One excellent resource is the 33-page document titled Safeguarding Houses of Worship. It was done by the National Institutes of Justice.
From the National Fire Protection Association, this free NFPA 3000™ Readiness Assessment for Active Shooter/Hostile Event Preparedness.
The NFPA sets the standards for many aspects of fire and emergency management for localities. While there is a charge for many of their products, the assessment noted here is free.
New Tip Sheet from the National Disaster Interfaiths Network: The Role of Faith Communities in Disaster.
From USAtoday, this article about pros and cons of Active Shooter Training in FL.