The unthinkable has happened.
Though an active shooter event is over in minutes, its effects last a lifetime. Things will not simply go back to normal, lives are altered. Things will never be the same.
First, someone has to deal with families, law enforcement and the media, and not just anyone should represent you to the public. You will want to share as much as possible but that may not be prudent. For example, the names of victims should not be shared with the press before families are notified.
There are many practical things to be considered, including cleaning up, repairing, rebuilding or possibly even opening a new facility. While this may cost millions of dollars, the human cost is even higher.
The effects of a shooting can’t be measured in dollars alone, and may not manifest themselves immediately.
Not all injuries are physical.
The real recovery may require long-term counseling, work time lost, hospitalizations, workers compensation claims, and many more personnel issues.
Recovery can be the longest phase of this entire process, so we will help you develop a plan for how to recover more efficiently. We will also help you assemble the resources to make this process as inclusive as possible.