Published: Sept. 5, 2019

The University of Colorado Boulder is dedicated to the safety and security of its students, faculty, staff and community members. However, recent active harmer incidents remind us that we need to be prepared for the unthinkable.

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​ Call the CU Boulder Police Department Training Officer: 303-492-8168

As one effort to educate the campus community about safety measures in an active harmer situation, Run, Hide, Fight posters will be displayed in classrooms, offices, meeting rooms and on bulletin boards across campus. These posters highlight each step, explain what the phrase means and remind us how to be intentional about safety. Learn more about important Run, Hide Fight steps.

The Run, Hide, Fight posters are just one component of active harmer response education. They will provide proactive information, making our community more familiar with fundamental safety information. This poster/education campaign is meant to serve as a complement to in-person training. The CU Boulder Police Department offers Active Harmer Response training and online resources.

Run, Hide, Fight posters and clings are available for campus partners. To receive these materials, email

View and download digital copies:

Run Hide Fight poster vertical   Run Hide Fight poster horizontal