Parkland High School Massacre

Parkland High School Massacre

In Loving Memory - NEVERFORGOTTEN Parkland High School Massacre
Stoneman Douglas High School, Parkland, Florida

Today marks the 5th anniversary of the tragic Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre in Parkland, Florida. On Valentine’s Day, 2018, EVIL personified senselessly took the lives of 17 people (14 students and three school employees) and wounded 17 others. The emotional wounds inflicted that day can not be counted, but they run deep.

As we honor the victims, their families, and friends, and we remember this devastating event, it’s essential that we also reflect on what we’ve learned from this tragedy to honor those lost. We must forge through the political and emotional “business of safety” and arrive at NEVERHERE. We continue to adjust from the most challenging lessons learned and study the failures of others to prevent tragedies like this. One day, we’ll all be ready to stop these while adjusting the response to preserve life; IT IS TIME…

As one of the nation’s leading active shooter experts, I will continue to work on this case as a dedicated expert for a group of attorneys representing several families. The past two-plus years of this have changed me, but there’s no stopping now. This horrific crime scene will remain with me closer than any I visited, not once but twice, as a police detective or first responder, and it’s unexplainable.

May we mark the 5th anniversary of this tragedy by remembering the victims, honoring their memory by doing more, and working together to make our communities safer.
In loving memory:

· Alyssa Alhadeff, 14
· Martin Duque Anguiano, 14
· Jaime Guttenberg, 14
· Cara Loughran, 14
· Gina Montalto, 14
· Alaina Petty, 14
· Alexander Schachter, 14
· Luke Hoyer, 15
· Peter Wang, 15
· Carmen Schentrup, 16
· Nicholas Dworet, 17
· Joaquin Oliver, 17
· Helena Ramsay, 17
· Meadow Pollack, 18
· Scott Beigel, 35
· Aaron Feis, 37
· Christopher Hixon, 49

With the utmost love, humility, and respect, Chris Grollnek

Stoneman Douglas High School, Parkland, Florida

By Chris Grollnek

Active Shooter Prevention Trainer and Public Speaker PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY: Chris Grollnek is a dynamic Public Speaker and forward-thinking Director of the Active Shooter Prevention Project, LLC. ( An Interview and Investigation specialist with a record of success at the Executive and National level for Leadership and Management efficiencies regarding Policy and the Curriculum Development for Terrorism related Prevention. Chris recently wrote and appeared in the Department of Justice Active Shooter prevention Training Video (2022-2023). Complete understanding of government and corporate contracting and investigative programs to enhance corporate standards of policy implementation. An architect of efficiencies with a results-oriented pattern of success in investigative techniques, security, safety, sales leadership, and interviewing while leading teams and establishing best practices. A well-versed public speaker, freelance television contributor, and radio news commentator. Experience in testifying before serval governmental bodies, including The United States Congressional bodies of the House and Senate committees, regarding Terrorism Prevention, Response, and Training Initiatives. #activeshooterexpert #NEVERHERE