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Pre-Trauma Training Approaches for First Responders

Pre-Trauma Training Approaches for First Responders

Though they receive proper training and are generally expected to be composed, focused, and situationally aware in moments of crisis, first responders remain susceptible to consistent — and sometimes elevated — psychological trauma. Much of this effect is discussed in...

The Everlasting Importance of Physical Security

The Everlasting Importance of Physical Security

It is no secret that the corporate sector’s focus on security, among many other facets of society, is becoming increasingly rooted in technology and cyber threats. In fact, it could be argued that in terms of investments, cybersecurity is now the most relevant hot...

(From Security Management) “SAFETY AND SECURITY”

I recently published an article with Security Management. See below for an article excerpt, and click the link to read more:  "The U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) operation in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria was the largest and longest response in...

Exploring the “Run, Hide, Fight” Debate

Exploring the “Run, Hide, Fight” Debate

In a previous blog, I explored the ways in which workplaces, educational institutions, and similar establishments can properly train their staff to handle violent threats. In this regard, many organizations have utilized free Department of Homeland Security resources...

What Can be Done About Fentanyl in 2019?

What Can be Done About Fentanyl in 2019?

Earlier this month, federal health officials announced that fentanyl passed heroin as the deadliest drug in America. This development is equal parts disturbing and unsurprising, considering the accelerated pace at which the opioid crisis currently thrives. Pair this...

Pre-Trauma Training Approaches for First Responders

Pre-Trauma Training Approaches for First Responders

Though they receive proper training and are generally expected to be composed, focused, and situationally aware in moments of crisis, first responders remain susceptible to consistent — and sometimes elevated — psychological trauma. Much of this effect is discussed in...

The Everlasting Importance of Physical Security

The Everlasting Importance of Physical Security

It is no secret that the corporate sector’s focus on security, among many other facets of society, is becoming increasingly rooted in technology and cyber threats. In fact, it could be argued that in terms of investments, cybersecurity is now the most relevant hot...

(From Security Management) “SAFETY AND SECURITY”

I recently published an article with Security Management. See below for an article excerpt, and click the link to read more:  "The U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) operation in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria was the largest and longest response in...

Exploring the “Run, Hide, Fight” Debate

Exploring the “Run, Hide, Fight” Debate

In a previous blog, I explored the ways in which workplaces, educational institutions, and similar establishments can properly train their staff to handle violent threats. In this regard, many organizations have utilized free Department of Homeland Security resources...

What Can be Done About Fentanyl in 2019?

What Can be Done About Fentanyl in 2019?

Earlier this month, federal health officials announced that fentanyl passed heroin as the deadliest drug in America. This development is equal parts disturbing and unsurprising, considering the accelerated pace at which the opioid crisis currently thrives. Pair this...