Active Shooter

Understanding and Preventing School Violence

Understanding and Preventing School Violence

Sergeant Clayton Cranford a cyber safety expert, and former Orange County school threat assessment investigator will explain how an individual becomes a school spree killer. He will show how to identify the warning signs that a person is on the path to violence through relevant case studies.

How Active Shooter Response Can Lead to a Comprehensive School Safety Program

How Active Shooter Response Can Lead to a Comprehensive School Safety Program

Director of Safety and Risk Management for the Georgetown County School District Alan Walters shows how a school district can use Active Shooter Response as the basis for a comprehensive school safety program.

A Look at a School Shooting From the Perspective of a Security Director

A Look at a School Shooting From the Perspective of a Security Director

Guy Grace the Director of Security and Emergency Planning Littleton Public Schools shares his key observations from a school shooting where he was a responder and was the on scene School District Incident Command Coordinator during the event and the subsequent evacuation of the school.

Pivot 3 Case Study: University of Central Florida

Pivot 3 Case Study: University of Central Florida

Leading University Ensures Campus Safety with Pivot3 Hyperconverged Infrastructure

Active Shooter Response: How to Run, Hide, and Fight

Active Shooter Response: How to Run, Hide, and Fight

John Weinstein the Lieutenant/Commander, Strategic Planning and Outreach at the Northern Virginia Community College addresses two key problems with “run/hide/fight” response strategy.