Family Alert Codes


Assuming you carry, do your family members all know how to respond if you are forced to act while they’re with you?

If not, they could become a complicating — and potentially fatal — factor when you need to focus fully on responding to and defeating a threat to life.

Part of your family action plan should involve the establishment and rehearsal of quick signals among you in case of perceived danger.

English: generic danger alert post

English: generic danger alert post (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Here are examples of family alert codes.

  • “Close” means to move in tight on Mom and Dad.
  • ‘Tight’ means they all hold hands together and with Mom if she is with us.
  • ‘Away’ means move away from me and go for help/cover.
  • “SAFE ROOM NOW!” means everyone run to the safe room in your home.
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