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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
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
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
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
Active Shooter Prevention Experts Respond to FBI Report Recently, in Active Shooter planning, mitigation and response, there has been a focus placed on law enforcement and first responders: tactics, techniques and procedures for those answering the 911 calls. While this … Continue reading
Active Shooter Prevention Mission through Media The cornerstone of CGPGMG is providing researchers and governmental entities with empirical research data for statistical analysis and publication. Having said that; Chris Grollnek provides media interviews and corporate consultations with the intent to educate others … Continue reading