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Defeating the Active Shooter Scenario: Part I

Like all predators and criminals, active shooters rely on the element of surprise, unfettered access, and non-confrontational targets for success. In coming weeks, we’ll examine some of the proven procedures and technologies used to prevent an ambush attack, assist in securing schools & facilities against unfettered access, and how to create a confrontational environment that resists active shooters.     Preventing an Ambush Attack A.) Screen everyone; whether it is by the naked eye, camera surveillance, hand wanding, or walk Read More

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Photos From Our 9th Annual Shootem-Up

Here are some photos we took from our shooting demonstration.   ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

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ISIL Claims Responsibility For Attack On Belgian Police Officers

ISIL has claimed responsibility for Saturday’s machete attack during which two police officers were severely wounded at a security checkpoint in Charleroi, Belgium, the New York Times  (8/7, Breeden) reports. According to a statement issued Sunday by ISIL’s Amaq News Agency, a “soldier of the Islamic State” carried out the attack “in response to calls to target citizens of countries belonging to the crusader coalition.” The Wall Street Journal  (8/7, A1, Norman) reports that Belgian authorities, who have opened a Read More

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Federal Appeals Court Permits Law Enforcement To Use Exigent Circumstances To Obtain Suspect’s GPS Location

August 1, 2016: The Wall Street Journal reported that a federal appeals court in New York ruled law enforcement was permitted to use the “exigent circumstances” exception to the warrant requirement to obtain the GPS locations of a suspected killer. The court ruled police were legally permitted to ping the suspect’s cellphone when he was identified as possibly being involved in a murder. Law enforcement declined to obtain a warrant in fear of the safety of the undercover officers and informants Read More

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DHS Designated QATT III

Bill Weimer of Advent Automation

Bill Weimer has been recommending Isotec’s products to his clients for 17 years. The longevity of his relationships with his clients speaks volumes to his professional commitment; not only to his clients, but to their patrons as well. Bill’s clients trust his judgment, because they know he cares for their safety, and he delivers on his commitments. He makes success look easy, but he knows otherwise. He believes that “character counts” and doing his utmost to protect his clients is his highest responsibility. Below are photos of just a few of the many successful Read More

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Robbery Risk and Prior Victimization

Because bank robbery is not a common crime, it may appear random, which suggests that all banks are at a high risk of robbery. In the short-term, however, the vast majority of branches do not get robbed. As an example over a 1 year period 14 percent of branches in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania were robbed. As the time period increases, however, more branches are victimized: in two years, 31 percent of branches in Washington, D.C. were robbed; in five years, percent Read More

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Mark Bridges of QSI

This Safety Entrance is being assembled and prepped for Mark Bridges of QSI, out of Bardstown Kentucky. Mark and his clients appreciate and understand the importance of the safety and security he’s designed for them.  Way to go Mark!

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