National Center for Citizen Safety

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Organization Formed to Educate People On How to Best Respond to Active Shooter Situations

NCCSAFE In The News

Jan. 30, 2017- The National Center for Citizen Safety will partner with the Howard County Public Library to host an inaugural citizen safety workshop, "Response to an Active Assailant," on Tuesday, Feb. 7 from 6:30- 8:30 p.m. at the Miller Branch Library. The workshop will feature the organization's public awareness campaign...

2nd Survivor Strong 5K set for Saturday in Columbia

August 19, 2016

The second annual Survivor 5K Fun Run and Walk, set for Saturday in Columbia, provides a reminder that the healing of victims from traumatic violent event extends far beyond when the cameras shut down and reporters head home to cover the next big story...

July 6, 2015 - The National Center for Citizen Safety (NCCSAFE), a newly formed 501(c)(3) non- profit organization that aims to raise awareness on how to respond to domestic terrorism and active shooters, today announced that it will be holding its inaugural Survivor Strong 5K Run and Walk in Columbia, Md...

NCCSAFE Hosts Citizen Training at Salisbury University on April 30

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This challenge is a call-to-action: Use social media to spread awareness on the epidemic of domestic terrorism incidents. We ask YOU to highlight this issue to friends and family, so they can understand the resources they can access, so they can learn about “A.C.T.”, and so we can raise funds to provide real training to our communities

May, 1 2017- The National Center for Citizen Safety hosted its first training event on a college campus on April 30. A community service group and an athletic team at Salisbury University were in attendance at NCCSAFE's "Response to an Active Assailant" training program. The program featured the organization's A.C.T. public awareness campaign and the university's policies...

Survivor Strong 5K Brings Awareness to Domestic Terrorism

August 19, 2016

The Survivor Strong 5K  is happening Saturday in Columbia. The event raises money for domestic terrorism awareness... 

NCCSAFE Hosts “Response to an Active Assailant Training” Public Safety Seminar 

A.C.T. Pushup Challenge

January 5, 2017 - The National Center for Citizen Safety (NCCSAFE), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that spreads awareness on how to respond to domestic terrorism, is announcing their first public awareness workshop. The safety training will take place on Tuesday Feb. 7, from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at the Charles E. Miller Branch & Historical Center...

Howard County Times: Covers Inaugural Training Events

Feb. 23, 2017

NCCSAFE, a non- profit organization, hosted a community workshop in order to help educate and spread public awareness in response to an active assailant. Howard County residents including teachers, teens, and parents attended the first workshop at Miller Branch Library. 

Ellicott City Nonprofit Promotes Safety from Mass Shootings

August 20, 2015

ELLICOTT CITY, Md. —It seems that mass shooting incidents are becoming more prevalent around the country. And one new local organization wants to make sure that you know how to get out safely if you find yourself in that situation...

NCCSAFE A.C.T. Push-up Challenge Factsheet

Preventing Domestic Terrorism

October 12, 2015

The National Center for Citizen Safety is a non profit organization aimed at helping companies and communities identify and prevent domestic terrorism...

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NCCSAFE Hosts Inaugural Citizen Training in Howard County on Feb. 7

Salisbury University April 30