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Commercial Facilities Resources

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) provides an array of cross-sector and sector-specific training programs and resources that are available to public and private sector partners.

Commercial Facilities Publications

Videos

The following videos may be streamed or saved to your computer by right-clicking and choosing "Save as":

No Reservations: Suspicious Behavior in Hotels

Designed to raise the level of awareness for hotel employees by highlighting the indicators of suspicious activity, this video provides information to help employees identify and report suspicious activities and threats in a timely manner.

View the No Reservations: Suspicious Behavior in Hotels video.

Mirar Sin Reservaciones: Comportamiento Sospechoso en los Hoteles video.

What's in Store: Ordinary People/Extraordinary Events

Designed to raise awareness for retail employees by highlighting the indicators of suspicious activity, this video provides information on identifying and reporting suspicious activity and threats at shopping centers and retail establishments.

View the What's in Store: Ordinary People/Extraordinary Events video.

Check It!

Designed to raise the level of awareness for front line facility employees by highlighting the indicators of suspicious activity, this video provides information to help employees properly search bags in order to protect venues and patrons across the country.

View the Check It! video.

Active Shooter Preparedness

The Active Shooter Preparedness resources include a desk reference guide, a reference poster, and a pocket-size reference card to address how employees, managers, training staff, and human resources personnel can mitigate the risk of and appropriately react in the event of an active shooter situation.

Suspicious Activity Reporting Tool

This tool is a standardized means by which critical infrastructure partners can report suspicious or unuasual activities to the government via sector sites on the Homeland Security Information Network - Critical Infrastructure.

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