Our shared goal is to ensure people have the information they need to feel safe and be safe.
Since the state's public building exemption expired in 2017, there have been no reported concealed carry incidents at the University of Kansas.
KU provides various resources that can help individuals understand risks and how they might or should respond during extreme or stressful circumstances.
The Public Safety Office provides these tips on active-shooter/active-threat response. The page also includes the City of Houston "Run, Hide, Fight" video.
Click here to watch the de-escalation presentation recorded on Friday, Aug. 18, 2017, during the concealed carry information session focusing on issues for faculty and instructional staff.
Watch the Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017 presentation on "De-escalation: Managing a Difficult Situation Before it Becomes a Crisis."
A general presentation on concealed carry and its potential implications for campus was captured during a Feb. 15, 2017, information session to the KU Lawrence and Edwards campuses before the change in law went into effect.