“The Purdue study credits those that support “run and hide” drills, and other security measures previously mentioned in this series, but notes that their methods do not assess actual data from past attacks, nor do they serve to stop attackers.”
Run / Hide / Fight is taught to Los Angeles city workers. It would be nice if there were supporting data.
One More Question:
In researching this updated series, I ran across a number of naysayers whose arguments went more or less like this:
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