Staring Down the Barrel: What to Do In An Active Shooter Situation

Stop My Crisis with Vivian Gaspar - Understand Gun Violence and Protect Yourself While in a Mass Shooting

PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY, USA, September 19, 2017 / -- In the last 10 years alone, there have been 45 mass shootings leaving over 390 people dead and over 370 wounded. The most devastating of which was Sandy Hook, Ct. where 14 elementary school children were killed by a 20 years old lone gunman. If you suddenly heard gunshots in a school, office or any public place would you know what to do?

"Stop My Crisis" is a television show aired in ten states on forty stations in which host Vivian Gaspar interviews local experts who bring knowledge to help viewers with coping with a variety of today's common hardships. There are over 300 million handguns in the U.S. and even though it is unknown how many of those guns are illegal weapons it is known that 86% of juveniles in correctional facilities are reported to have owned a gun at some point, all of which would have been illegal weapons. Over 500,000 youths are brought to correctional facilities in the U.S. in a given year. Every 1 in 3 victims of mass shootings in the U.S. is a child.

Our first esteemed guest, Bobby Kimbrough, a former Senior Special Agent for the U.S. Department of Justice, helps us to understand the current state of affairs of gun violence in America as a whole. Our second guest, Steve Crimando, is an Violence Prevention and Anti-Terrorism expert here to give us insight as to who a mass shooter is likely to be as well as easy tips on what to do if you are in an active shooter situation.

Stop My Crisis with Vivian Gaspar will air on television on Thursdays, 10:00 PM and Fridays, 9:30 AM on Past episodes are available on the Stop My Crisis website.

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