In this piece for Security Magazine, I discuss the recent Capital Gazette shooting and recently released FBI report on behavioral indicators for active shooter prevention and the workplace responsibility for safety & security of staff and stakeholders.
Question posed: What is your workplace doing to prevent active shooters and report potentially dangerous behaviors to law enforcement?
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As a corporate security leader, I wave witnessed a trend in where the leadership of security functions have been broken down into silos based on specific niche functions (such as data security, Investigations, Loss Prevention, Physical Security) and allowed to operate in those functional departments; as opposed to in a separate oversight function.
My in-depth professional article on this topic explores how central security leadership can better serve an organization as a whole. Please click here to read it in full.
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