VIDEO: Preventing Piggybacking – 5 Tips to Safe Entryways

Holding the door open for another person is usually an act of kindness or of being polite….

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Talking to Kids About Violence

Processing events such as the attack Las Vegas that killed over 50 and injured hundreds more including…

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A Q&A with Former Secret Service Agent – How to Survive an Active Shooter Situation

This past summer, Firestorm Partner, former Secret Service Agent and Founder/CEO/President of Secure Education Consultants (SEC), Jason…

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Is your school ready to shelter in place?

Republished with permission of: Secure Education Consultants (SEC) On September 18, officials in Baltimore, Maryland launched into…

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Transitioning Employees: Managing Crisis and Risk through the Termination Process

Smart business owners and managers now realize that it is not a matter of if the company…

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Spokane School Shooter Displayed Behaviors of Concern

Portions of this article are excerpted from the McGowan Program Administrators paper Preparation, Prevention and Crisis Management….

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Is Your Secure Entryway Really Secure?

An estimated 50.7 million students will (or already have) return to public elementary and secondary school this…

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Firestorm Co-Founder on Private Business & Active Shooter Protocols

The University of Alabama and Firestorm

Harry Rhulen, Novume President and Co-founder of crisis management firm Firestorm, a Novume company, is a featured…

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Three Actions Taken When Faced with an Armed Intruder

In a recent Firestorm webinar, Jim Satterfield (President/CEO/Co-Founder) sat down with two former Secret Service agents to…

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Study: One third of parents expect shooting at child’s high school

School Shooting Prevention through Firestorm

One third of parents believe their local high school will be the focus of a shooting incident…

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