Active shooter and other types of catastrophic attacks are becoming more and more commonplace. And now they’ve moved from large cities to our rural and suburban areas. Scenes once only played out in movies have become real and weekly events. The probability that you will be present during an active shooter or similar event is higher today than it ever has been before. We can no longer assume that it only happens to someone else. Because, what if?

This course provides a simple, common-sense approach to reacting to a shooter or weapons attack and is designed specifically for the civilian (lay person). It is based on the E.B.B. system: ESCAPE, BARRICADE, BATTLE! 


Topics include:               *Preparation     *Family Emergency Plan     *What to Expect from First Responders


Perfect for:                      *Businesses     *Schools     *Churches     *Civic Groups     *Everyone!


Why attend:                     *Begin the conversation     *Create confidence     *Empower


Includes Site Safety Inspection



Life is hectic. We don’t always have the time to attend a neighborhood watch meeting. But the information it provides is invaluable, and it provides an opportunity to ask questions. Maybe it's about something on the news. Maybe it’s why cops do what they do.  

This presentation provides common sense ways to reduce the likelihood that you will be the victim of a crime with ways to protect your home, property, car, and valuables. Topics include ways to stay safe and creating a family emergency plan. There is no better way to come together as a community or build confidence than to provide this type of training and information at your business/for your employees, at your church/for your members, at your school/for teachers, students, parents, youth and sports groups, seniors, and any group or organization you can think of.



About Me

I have been in law enforcement for over 28 years including 18 years as a SWAT team tactical operator. As a first responder, I have had the opportunity to receive hundreds of hours of training in a variety of law enforcement-related topics including:


-         Active Shooter Training

-         Debriefs of multiple active shooter scenarios

-         Enhanced Active Shooter Strategies

-         Active Shooter Response in Corporate America

-         Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings

-         Campus Terrorism & Tactics


My passion for this project was born out of frustration following the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting when I learned that the schools children in my family were attending were still faithfully conducting fire and earthquake drills but doing nothing to address this new threat. Soon after, I started working on finding a way to integrate active shooter training for civilians into a school setting. I quickly realized this training couldn't be limited to that environment once these events spread to malls, churches, and businesses.  We owe it to those who matter most to us to be prepared for any of these events and to be able to react in a way that will give us the best chance for survival.


This program is tailored specifically to educate the everyday citizen on what they can do to prepare themselves in the event that at active shooter or similar catastrophic event occurs and increase your chances of staying safe.



Gone are the days of an angry employee, an irate parent, or a dissatisfied customer being the worst fear of a business or school. The fact is that we now live in an age where things that only happened on the news in distant places are now happening in our own backyards. And while we as a nation refuse to allow the actions of a few to dictate the lives of the many, we still have no choice but to educate ourselves, plan, and prepare.  My hope is those that attend this presentation will take the information and share it with their friends and family; start a dialogue. The goal is not to paralyze people with fear, but instead to educate and empower.





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