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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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Why the Blue Wall of Silence Needs to Come Down

Providing expert testimony can be tough when the defendant is an officer of the law but serving as an expert witness is not about honoring silent oaths, it’s about protecting the law. In an Op-ed piece for the USA Today, Eagle’s Philip Hayden discusses the critical need for ex-law enforcement officers to serve as expert witnesses.

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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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