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Charges against Parkland school officer unwarranted, misguided. What would you have done?

There’s a giant gap between public expectations and the actual skill sets of school resource officers. We can vilify one person for what they did or didn’t do, or we can take a focused and realistic approach to addressing the underlying problems.  Eagle’s Philip Hayden discusses the critical importance of moving beyond efforts to assign…

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Congregation Chabad Synagogue Shooting – Poway, California

On Friday, April 27, 2019, at approximately 11:20 am, a shooting occurred at the Congregation Chabad Synagogue in Poway, California.  Its members were celebrating the Sabbath and end of the Passover holiday.  John Earnest, age 19, armed with an AR-15 type assault rifle killed 1 person and wounded 3 others.  It has been reported that…

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Active shooter training fails because it relies on fear

Active shooter training is a necessary part of workplace and school safety planning, but vetting trainers and programs can be a challenge. Here’s what effective training looks like. Jason Perry writes in The Hill an explanation why active shooter training often results in unnecessary trauma, and he provides an alternative approach

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The Changing Face of Security Is One You No Longer See

As more Americans are subjected to threats, many are weighing the benefits of covert security which relies on a whole different set of security skills. Read more in The Hill as Eagle’s Bart Brown breaks down the principles.

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