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Tag: active shooter response
When it comes to active shooter response, there is no single tactic that guarantees 100 percent positive results for law enforcement and individuals. Methods are still evolving and being debated. But one trend is common: a more aggressive reaction.
One of the most-remembered mass shootings in the second half of the twentieth Read More
The International Organization of Black Security Executives (IOBSE) held their 2017 annual meeting last week, April 25 – 27, at Walmart headquarters in Bentonville, AR. “This year’s conference was an amazing event and one of the best ever,” said Don Knox, CPP, CITRMS, director of enterprise security, crisis management, and Read More
NOW ON DEMAND: Workplace Violence and Active Shooter: Developing a Culture of Preparedness in the Loss Prevention Industry
When violence erupts in a workplace, the outcome and events of the scenario are unpredictable. Injury or death of building occupants, lawsuits, property damage, and diminished trust in the organization by staff and the community are just a few of the possible consequences. The possibility of an active shooter incident Read More
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Workplace Violence and Active Shooter: Developing a Culture of Preparedness in the Loss Prevention Industry
When violence erupts in a workplace, the outcome and events of the scenario are unpredictable. Injury or death of building occupants, lawsuits, property damage, and diminished trust in the organization by staff and the community are just a few of the possible consequences. The possibility of an Active Shooter Incident Read More
Last week, I questioned whether warehouse burglary is becoming an epidemic. When it comes to active shooter incidents, there is no question. We are seeing more and more cases of active shooter than ever before. Some are terrorist related, but many are not. Just last week, a 14-year-old boy in Read More
Although yesterday was the third and final day of the NRF PROTECT Conference and Expo, the busy pace didn’t slow one bit. Thursday’s schedule boasted a packed program, starting with breakfast meetings at 7:30 a.m. and running full steam until the Grand Finale and reception at 5 p.m.
Shelley Row, author, Read More
Wednesday was the third and final day of the RLPSA conference in Las Vegas, and it ended with a bang…literally. Members were engaged in several live simulation exercises, hosted by Aegis Security, where conference room training for active shooter situations was supported by live action, interactive demonstrations, complete with actual Read More