ALICE Training Available for Faculty, Staff and Now Students

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ALICE — Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuation — is a comprehensive training method created to increase an individual’s response options during a crisis situation.


An ALICE training session in progress.
Throughout the past year, Kent State University’s Public Safety Department and the Division of Human Resources have presented numerous ALICE workshops to faculty and staff so they will be well-prepared in the event of an active shooter or other emergency situation.

This fall, the ALICE training is being expanded to students. If you know of interested students, please make them aware that they can register for a training session through the First-Year Student registration website at Once there, the student should click on “register for a success series” on the right side of the page.” Please note that the training is available to all students, not just first-year students.

ALICE training sessions will continue to be offered to faculty and staff. Registration for those sessions can be done online at Once there, select the link for instructor-led learning.

If you have questions, contact Dan Fitzpatrick, associate director of public safety, at 330-672-3111 or or Renee Romine, at 330-672-0898 or

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