Workplace Violence, Active Shooter Preparedness Book

(3 customer reviews)


Tragic situations cannot be predicted, so preparation is critical.  Waiting ensures one thing: you won’t be prepared should an incident occur.  That is why James Cameron has developed the unique program called P.A.C.E.- Prepare, Act, Care, Evacuate.


James’s approach is to decrease vulnerability and increase survivability, with his comprehensive P.A.C.E. program.


P.A.C.E. was developed based on James’s personal experiences and lessons learned from being involved as a first responder during multiple real-world mass casualty events. While responding to these tragic events his responsibilities have ranged from neutralizing threats to treating the wounded. His book gives a unique perspective which cannot be replicated by those without the same experiences.


While others without any real experience give seminars on what “the book answer” says to be correct, he explains what actually works, based on his first-hand experiences.


3 reviews for Workplace Violence, Active Shooter Preparedness Book

  1. schmic

    This book and the training James can provide is absolutely paramount in today’s workplace and out general public. As an HR Consultant, we see all to often how preparing can make a difference in the workplace. Not only does it help employees feel more in control of their surroundings, but the training and the book ensures that they know they are valued and protected. Get the book, you won’t have a single regret for this investment. I promise!

  2. Andrew Heartman

    A book in my line of work it was a great read. I do feel all who protect and serve should read this. I look over this book time to time to refresh on basics as basics are key.

  3. Andrew Ready

    This is an outstanding book. It’s well written and provides a common sense approach to active shooter training. It’s a must have for any security consultant. I have already referred to it several times during curriculum review of my training courses.

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