Acoustic Gunshot Detection vs. Visual Gun Detection

Acoustic Gunshot Detection vs. Visual Gun Detection

As the old adage goes, don’t put all of your eggs in one basket. This is true in many cases, especially when it comes to security planning. Consider security in earlier times – it was incredibly elementary and focused primarily on physical security (usually only...
Active Shooter Training for Retail Businesses

Active Shooter Training for Retail Businesses

Since 2006, over 75% of mass shootings have occurred at commercial businesses. From car washes and beauty salons to grocery stores and big-box retailers, no commercial property is safe from the threat of gun violence that has become so commonplace in our country.  The...
Renewed Duty of Care in the Post-COVID Era

Renewed Duty of Care in the Post-COVID Era

Gun violence continues to weave a catastrophic path throughout this country. The mass shooting tragedies that occurred in the last month in Boulder and Atlanta are a stark reminder that preventing gun violence should continue to remain top of mind. Despite widespread...
Keeping Your Commercial Property Safe

Keeping Your Commercial Property Safe

The best defense is a strong offense. From 2000 to 2013, nearly half of all mass shootings took place in commercial settings. If those commercial settings had had a thorough security strategy in place, including sufficient security resource officers (SRO), staff and...
When Shots Are Fired in Your Office Building

When Shots Are Fired in Your Office Building

Office buildings present some special challenges when dealing with an active shooter. Since these buildings often have many floors with separate offices occupied by different entities, the challenge is to coordinate safety protocols that protect the building’s...