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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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Chris Grollnek in Baltimore Sun on Navy Yard Shooting

Chris Grollnek in Baltimore Sun on Navy Yard Shooting In the wake of the Washington Naval Yard shooting, Countermeasure Consulting Group is continuing to emphasize the fact that active shooter events remain a viable and evolving threat to our nation. … Continue reading

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A Possible Sign of Active Shooter Events by Chris Grollnek

A Possible Sign of Active Shooter Events by Chris Grollnek A few weeks ago I was being interviewed on the possible reasons for the active shooter phenomenon.  I rarely give opinions regarding active shooters.  Instead of providing rhetoric and “talking … Continue reading

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Balancing Administration of Justice and Security

Balancing Administration of Justice and Security The balance of the criminal justice system is in a continual loop evolving from past mistakes while addressing current security conditions, a point paper by Chris Grollnek. Abstract Balancing administration of justice and security … Continue reading

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Chris Grollnek and the Active-Shooter Prevention Vision – the Beginning

This is how my idea of protecting others was born. In 2001 I had an idea to train others in firearms safety. That translated or “morphed” into teaching security at several of our countries military installations and then contractors prior … Continue reading

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The beginning days of Active-Shooter and Workplace Violence Training Concepts

Again, the best idea I have ever had and very glad to have been a service to my country after I served. Many people benefited after I sold the business and that makes me a proud American. Here was one … Continue reading

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City of Buffalo lags on compliance with workplace violence rules

The following article was shared from Twitter and reposted here. The original can be found at: http://www.buffalonews.com/city/city-hall/article933900.ece and was last updated at: July 4, 2012, 8:05 AM with no comments on the article. It has unique aspects for employer responsibilities … Continue reading

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Try and Answer the Following Questions Regarding Work Place Violence?

This is worth the repost and thank you John for asking for it… Take a minute and see if you can answer the following question(s). Ask if your boss or co-workers can answer them? • What Is An Active-Shooter Event? … Continue reading

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Duty to Train – Check Back for Case Law on Vicarious Liability for Management

Countermeasure Consulting Group maintains that the majority of the following incidents and the resulting statistics are completely preventable. Not only are they often preventable, employers have a legal obligation to protect employees from workplace violence. According to the FBI report … Continue reading

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Ethics and Torture – an Abstract

The mere mention of the word “torture” elicits a vast array of possible responses. People of diverse backgrounds may view torture as a needed tool to justify an end where others may fear the concept altogether. People from different socioeconomic … Continue reading

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