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Tag Archives: School Shootings
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
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
The Five Stages of an Active Shooter Event Police departments do not have to wait until bullets are flying and people are dying to stop the active shooter. Sometimes, officers are able to step between the shooter and his intended … 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 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
Psychotropic Drugs Frequently and Active Shooters The active shooter is one of the few physical threats to public safety that is yet to have a criminal profile. The FBI conducted an analysis of 154 active shooter attacks on American soil … Continue reading