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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Nightclub Violence: Amplify Security

Our friends at McGowan Program Administrators have graciously allowed us to share their article: Nightclub Violence: Amplify…

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Assessing Active Shooter Risks at Education Facilities

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Our friends at McGowan Program Administrators have graciously allowed us to share their article: Assessing Active Shooter…

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What Kinds of Businesses Should Consider Active Shooter Insurance

Our friends at McGowan Program Administrators have graciously allowed us to share their article: What Kinds of…

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A Guide to Active Shooter Insurance in 90 Seconds – Part 4: Standard Coverages May or May Not Respond

Does standard insurance coverage protect your organization from a lone-wolf attack or active shooter incident? In this…

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Litigation and Liability: A Guide to Active Shooter Insurance in 90 Seconds – Part 3

Active shooter incidents continue to take place year after year. Due to the heightened number of incidents,…

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Active Shooter Insurance – Part 2: Coverage Awareness – In 90 Seconds

We recently shared part one of a video series from our partners at McGowan Program Administrators (MPA)….

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Active Shooter Insurance: Key Coverages – In 90 Seconds

McGowan Program Administrators (MPA) is America’s leading writer of innovative insurance programs. MPA is a Managing General…

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Forecasting Insurance Trends for 2017

With 2016 in the rearview mirror, many brokers, agents and underwriters are reviewing risks and opportunities that will…

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Sharp jump in violence could make this the “next cyber”

Business Insurance America interviews Firestorm Partner McGowan Program Administrators regarding their Deadly Weapons Insurance product. Last Friday…

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