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Emergency Response Plans and What Happens After an Incident?

Does your company have a continuity of operations plan or planning strategy? Is there an emergency response plan for, what happens after an incident? Are you as an employee familiar with it and if so, how often is the information … Continue reading

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Chris Grollnek Active Shooter Prevention Expert – Published

Chris Grollnek continues to give interviews as a leading active shooter prevention expert. Interviewed as expert in active shooter and workplace violence/risk mitigation specialist, Grollnek lays the foundation for self-preservation and corporate strategies for policy and procedure development. He was … Continue reading

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Grollnek Family Vacation Day Ends in Suspect Dead After Active Shooter

Grollnek family vacation day ends in suspect dead after active shooter in Cape Canaveral and that was midway through a 10 day vacation to Florida. As vacations go, most are simple and fun and often expensive. This one almost got … Continue reading

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Active Shooter Public Safety Announcement Video Chris Grollnek

Active Shooter Public Safety Announcement Video Chris Grollnek What a great job they did with tax funded grant money to produce a strong learning environment video for active shooter incident and for active shooter planning… Please continue visiting for updates … Continue reading

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Today’s Quote for Tomorrow’s Practices…

A true leader has the confidence to stand alone, the courage to make tough decisions & compassion to listen to the needs of others. He does not set out to be a leader, but becomes one by the equality of … Continue reading

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A Little Wisdom from aTwo Time Medal of Honor Recipient

This is one of my favorite Marines of all time. If I could go back in time and invite someone to dinner, it would be him at the top of the list. He sported a Eagle, Globe, and Anchor tattoo … 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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More Marine Stuff… this is an old one but worth the re-read…

A Marine, as seen by… Himself: A handsome, buff, highly trained professional killer and female idol who carries a finely honed K-Bar, wears a crisp 8-point cammie cover (hat to all you civilians) and is always on time due to … 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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Probable Cause

The definition of probable cause is found within the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America. According to Cornell School of Law (2011) publication, the Amendment reads as follows: “The right of the people to be … Continue reading

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