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FREE Upcoming Training Event – Awareness and Response to Active Shooter Threats

By Brink Fidler | January 29, 2020

Please join us for our next free training event at Church of the City in Franklin, Tennessee on February 4th at 6:30 PM. We’d love to see you there!

Fears of Gun Violence Force Business Owners to Rethink Workplace Safety

By Brink Fidler | September 30, 2019

‘Stop the bleed’ training, security cameras and locks take root in companies with formerly open doors. Many small-business owners are hardening their defenses as concerns about gun violence escalate. Thirty-five percent of business owners say they have taken steps to protect against potential shootings or other workplace violence—or plan to do so soon, according to […]

34 killed – 64 Injured – Three Active Shooter Attacks

By Brink Fidler | August 8, 2019

In just one week, this country has suffered through three terrible active shooter attacks that took the lives of 34 people and injured countless others.  While each attack has its own unique circumstances, the intent of the attackers was pretty much the same, to kill as many people as possible in a short amount of […]

5 Ways to Make Our Schools More Secure

By Brink Fidler | May 28, 2019

There is quite a bit of focus these days on the fact that corporations, churches, businesses and other organizations need to focus more time and resources on preparing for a critical incident such as an active shooter. I couldn’t agree more as I am very passionate about this fact. However, the single most critical organization that […]

Why Active Shooter Training for School Personnel is More Important than Physical Security

By Brink Fidler | May 14, 2019

While I would never advise a school or any other organization not to improve their physical security, it would undoubtedly not be first on my list of recommended safety and security enhancements. Although improving physical security is very important for a variety of reasons and is typically selected as the first option in response to […]

Why Businesses and Organizations Should Train for Active Shooter Events

By Brink Fidler | May 3, 2019

“1 October” will forever be synonymous with the most horrific and deadly mass shooting in American history. Almost two weeks has passed since that incredibly evil attack suddenly changed every Americans’ sense of safety and security and many questions still go unanswered. The motive remains completely undetermined, the timeline is foggy at best, and the puzzle pieces […]

Planning, Protocols & Persistence Saves Lives

By Brink Fidler | April 9, 2019

Protocols, training and persistence saved the lives of countless children at Rancho Tehama Elementary School in Corning, California. Another lunatic gunman began selecting seemingly random targets to kill in an apparent psychotic rage.  He eventually set his sights on entering the elementary school at the Rancho Tehama Reserve but that attempt was thwarted by the simple yet effective […]

7 Deadly Reasons Why Every Organization Should Train for an Active Shooter Event

By Brink Fidler | March 13, 2019

One historical fact about 2017 is that it was a grim reminder that active shooter and mass casualty incidents are on the rise in America.  The staggering number of casualties, the vast amount of locations, and the varied motivations of the attackers are all reasons that our mindset as a society should be changing.  It […]

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FREE Upcoming Training Event – Awareness and Response to Active Shooter Threats

Please join us for our next free training event at Church of the City in Franklin, Tennessee on February 4th at 6:30 PM. We’d love to see you there!

FREE Upcoming Training Event – Awareness and Response to Active Shooter Threats

Please join us for our next free training event at Church of the City in Franklin, Tennessee on February 4th at 6:30 PM. We’d love to see you there!

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