Tag Archives: Certified Active Shooter Prevention Instructor

Rapid Feedback Evaluation Process and Domestic Terrorism Prevention

Rapid Feedback Evaluation Process and Domestic Terrorism Prevention An Analysis of the five steps which explain a “process” of a select set of data sources which could be used in each step of the process: The rapid feedback evaluation (RFE) can begin after goals … Continue reading

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Freddie Gray and Baltimore Burning

Freddie Gray and Baltimore Burning Freddie Gray and Baltimore Burning Baltimore, Maryland: There are no winners and it does not look like there will be! Baltimore, Maryland: There are no winners this past week! Police are protecting the “shield” while … Continue reading

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PSA on Active Shooter Prevention

PSA on Active Shooter Prevention In 2009 Active Shooter Events began to be the centerpiece for media broadcast regarding mass murder in the workplace and schools. A brief reprieve was enjoyed in the nightly news until Fort Hood regained the … Continue reading

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Continuity of Operations Plans

Continuity of Operations Plans The components of the Continuity of Operations (COOP). Two components described as their importance as they relate to Emergency Operations Plans (EOP) and COOP. The components of the Continuity of Operations are vital to understanding BEFORE responding to … Continue reading

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Public Policing Versus Private Security

Public Policing Versus Private Security Comparison Paper By: Chris Grollnek March 2011 Abstract The roles and responsibilities of public policing have been evolving for hundreds of years. Public policing practices originated from private citizens volunteering in their communities as watchmen … Continue reading

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Happy New Year 2015 Chris Grollnek Sends

Happy New Year 2015 the Nations Leading Active Shooter Prevention Expert and News Media Professional Consultant Chris Grollnek Priority: Urgent Classification: Unclassified/// To:  All Message to follow/// Happy New Year 2015 Chris Grollnek Sends A Year in Review / 2014 This year … Continue reading

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Active Shooter PowerPoint from Security Today

Active Shooter PowerPoint from Security Today View CPS2 2 Security Through Environmental Design.pptx and other presentations by cgpgmg. Active Shooter PowerPoint from Security Today Security Through Environmental Design and how it relates to the Active Shooter.  This free power point … Continue reading

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The Social Contract Theory of John Locke

The Social Contract Theory of John Locke Recently in a conversation regarding the social contract theory I mentioned a paper I wrote for my maters degree.  After reading several versions of others, I thought I would share as well.  While … Continue reading

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Active Shooter Training Part One

Active Shooter Training Part One Recently I was asked to interpret the term “justice” as it relates to a suspect that is a survivor of a critical incident that person was responsible for committing.  This post is a basic Q&A style … Continue reading

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Chris Grollnek Interview in Buildings Publication

Chris Grollnek Interview in Buildings Publication Chris Grollnek was interviewed as an active shooter prevention expert by Jennie Morton of “BUILDINGS.”   She a Senior Editor and fantastic interviewer, thank you for a brilliant question and answer period over the phone… … Continue reading

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