Tag Archives: Active Shooter Events

The Theory of Justice

The Theory of Justice by: Chris H. Grollnek Abstract The theory of justice is philosophical in scope and follows a structure of basic human principles. Three mentioned in this essay include Utilitarianism, Justice as Fairness, and Libertarianism. Utilitarianism seeks to … Continue reading

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Active Shooter at Washington State High School

Active Shooter at Washington State High School SEATTLE – A student fired off two shots inside a Washington state high school on Monday and was tackled by a teacher before anyone was hurt, averting a potentially deadly tragedy, police and students … Continue reading

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Crime Control and Policy Creation

Crime Control and Policy Creation Crime Control vs Due Process and addressing what these ideologies “stand for or represent.” Crime control and policy creation demonstrates how simple good ideas are not enough to replace a solid policy.  Recently these concepts … Continue reading

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Critical Incident Management and Thinking Ahead

Here is another paper from my Masters Series years ago.  Over the past several weeks, I continue to receive requests for certain papers from my studies.  Thankfully, plagiarism checkers exist and I am far from worried.  I am posting these … Continue reading

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Active Shooter Expert Chris Grollnek Returns

Active Shooter Expert Chris Grollnek Returns With the recent escalation of active shooter incidents, terrorism, workplace and public violence, companies, organizations and schools are requiring immediate training solutions. These solutions go beyond the tech-phase to reach human interaction to induce … Continue reading

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Policing Policies by Chris Grollnek

Policing Policies Policing Policies by Chris Grollnek October 2011 Seems like a relevant topic these days… Abstract The community-policing model focuses on police working with communities toward a common goal of problem solving. Working with leaders and members of the community … Continue reading

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Security Today and Safe & Secure Campus Symposium

Security Today and Safe & Secure Campus Symposium There is an incident on a campus every week. These tragic incidents at schools and universities have elevated the need for school administrators, security personnel, community leaders, emergency managers and educators to … Continue reading

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Active Shooter Training and the OODALoop Theory

Active Shooter Training and the OODALoop Theory Col John Boyd, an American fighter pilot, developed a theory called the “Combat Operations Process.” This theory involves the following actions: Observing, Orienting, Deciding, and Acting, or OODA. Boyd hypothesized that pilots in … Continue reading

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Police Responses to Active Shooter Events

Police Responses to Active Shooter Events Police responses to Active Shooter Events (ASE) have become standardized in the years following Columbine. Since the Columbine ASE there have been dozens of ASEs that have provided Law Enforcement with a dramatic learning … Continue reading

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