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The Firestorm Security Solutions team is comprised of highly trained, former U.S. Secret Service Agents empowered to assist all staff, design customized, dynamic plans, and respond to critical incidents for your organization.Security Solutions vertical Banner

Firestorm Security Solutions can integrate with Crisis Solutions and provide support services to include:

The Firestorm team has worked with an expansive list of clients and includes site assessments in the construction and design process as a part of Security Services planning.

Our clients have seen outstanding results in real situations. Our training and assistance has increased the protection of hundreds of thousands of students, employees, congregations and communities.

Meet the Security Solutions Team:

Jason Russell Chief Security OfficerJason Russell, EVP, Chief Security Officer of Firestorm Security Solutions

Jason Russell is the Chief Security Officer of Firestorm Security Solutions. He is also the founder and former President and CEO of Secure Education Consultants, LLC (SEC), a Firestorm and Novume (NASDAQ: NVMM) company. In his prior role, Jason was responsible for overseeing all company operations, product development, and quality assurance. SEC is headquartered in Grand Rapids, Michigan and serves hundreds of clients in over 30 states.

Prior to joining Firestorm and founding SEC, Jason served with the United States Secret Service as a Special Agent. During his tenure, Jason was involved in protective and investigative assignments as well as protecting the President and Vice President along with all living former Presidents. In addition to protection assignments, Jason served as the Secret Service Lead Instructor at the International Law Enforcement Academy, a Physical Fitness Coordinator, and on the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force….More

Marc Connolly VP of Security SolutionsMarc Connolly, VP, Security Solutions

Marc Connolly, VP of Firestorm Security Solutions, is a highly accomplished security and law enforcement professional. Connolly retired after 27 years at the US Secret Service. During his time with the Secret Service Connolly rose to the level of Deputy Assistant Director. Connolly’s last position at the Secret Service was Deputy Special Agent in Charge of the Presidential Protection Division. Connolly planned, directed, coordinated and implemented protective operations related to protection of the President of the United States. Connolly was instrumental in developing contingency plans and overseeing threat assessment as they related to Secret Service protectees. Connolly supervised a workforce of over 1,000 law enforcement officials with duties of protecting the White House. Connolly supervised the development and deployments of technological advances to advance the protection mission of the Secret Service…More

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