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Achieving Workplace Safety Through Structured Preparation for Active Shooter Incidents: A Program Overview Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc. Global.

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1 Achieving Workplace Safety Through Structured Preparation for Active Shooter Incidents: A Program Overview Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc. Global Security & Crisis Management Consultants MIAMI | SAN DIEGO | CHARLOTTE | MANILA | *Use your keyboard arrow or page up/down Keys to navigate this presentation *Defensive Shield and the DSP Logo are trademarks of Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc. DEFENSIVE SHIELD™

2 What is an ‘Active Shooter’ Scenario?  ‘Active Shooter’ is the term adopted by law enforcement professionals to designate one or more armed gunmen engaged in shooting multiple victims, generally at a single venue.  Examples of ‘active shooter’ incidents in the USA include: Columbine High School (1999) Virginia Tech University (2007) Aurora, CO (2012) Newtown, CT Elementary (2012) 2 Copyright (c) Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc All Rights Reserved.

3 Venue Risk ‘At Risk’  Shopping Malls  Movie Theaters  Restaurants  Schools  Office Buildings  Hospitals  Nursing Homes  Playgrounds Not ‘At Risk’  Police Stations  Prisons  Gun Shows  Gun Shops Copyright (c) Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc All Rights Reserved. 3 High Density LOW Risk Variable Density HIGH Risk On which list does your business belong?

4 Threat Factors  Target density helps determine target selection  Perceived risk helps determine actual risk  While target density and other factors may influence the desirability of one prospective target over another, it is the perceived risk to the perpetrator associated with each target that appears to determine whether or not an attack takes place.  It appears from comparing past Active Shooter venues that the presence of weapons is a deterrent that saves lives. Copyright (c) Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc All Rights Reserved. 4

5 The ‘Old’ Response Tactics  Distress call received and verified  SWAT alerted  Patrol officers cordon establish perimeter and control access to site  SWAT arrives and takes up siege positions  Hostage negotiator attempts to open dialog with perpetrators Copyright (c) Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc All Rights Reserved. 5 BEST CASE: +30 MINUTES

6 The ‘New’ Response Tactics  Distress call received and patrol unit dispatched  Patrol officers arrive on scene and enter with ballistic shields Copyright (c) Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc All Rights Reserved. 6 BEST CASE: +7 MINUTES

7 The Reality of an Active Shooter Incident  Shooter enters and immediately opens fire on victims AT LEAST 7 MINUTES  Absent a lack of additional victims, a weapon malfunction or other encumbrance, the shooter continues to shoot victims for AT LEAST 7 MINUTES until help finally arrives  Active Shooters frequently intend to kill themselves or be killed by police – They DO NOT plan to survive! Copyright (c) Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc All Rights Reserved. 7

8 The Reality of Outsourcing Your Security  “Help may be only minutes away when seconds count.” Copyright (c) Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc All Rights Reserved. 8

9 The Only Proven Solution: In-Sourcing  The only proven method to deter potential threats and respond to actual attacks are on-site designated armed personnel Armed guards, or Specially-selected and trained employee volunteers  Onsite officers represent a workplace intrusion, an additional expense, and still cannot respond as quickly or effectively as a well-trained employee-based system  The TridentCMG Defensive Shield Program can empower either a guard force or volunteer employees to deter an Active Shooter and save lives in a responsible manner Copyright (c) Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc All Rights Reserved. 9

10 The ‘Right’ Management Decision  Doing ‘nothing’ is not an option!  While armed on-site personnel are a proven deterrent, even professional armed security guards may not be trained to deal safely and effectively with an Active Shooter in a populated venue  The last thing anyone wants are armed personnel responding in a crisis situation without the right training necessary to address the problem  The TridentCMG Defensive Shield Program is the right training for Active Shooter threats Copyright (c) Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc All Rights Reserved. 10

11 Who is TridentCMG?  Global security and crisis management consultants  Organized in 2003 by former US Navy SEAL Officers  Comprised primarily of former ‘Top Tier’ operators from the US Special Operations community SEAL TEAM VI (Naval Special Warfare Development Group) DELTA (1 st Army Special Operations Group – Detachment ‘DELTA’) National Command Authority (NCA) Special Missions Unit (SMU) Commandos from other elite foreign service units Copyright (c) Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc All Rights Reserved. 11

12 What Are Our Areas of Expertise?  As relates to the Defensive Shield Program (DSP), instruction in: Personnel Recruiting & Selection Use of Force On Scene Command & Control Principles of Gun Handling Maneuver – Fire and Movement Fundamentals of Close Quarter Battle (CQB) Ballistic Shields Hallways and Stairwells Introduction to Advanced CQB Tactical Communications Tactical Unit Coordination Basic and Advanced Small Arms Training Copyright (c) Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc All Rights Reserved. 12

13 What About Our Instructional Abilities?  US Navy Master Training Specialists, having taught: Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S), Coronado, CA o First Phase and Second Phase Numerous other US Navy Commands w/in the Naval Special Warfare community US Government agencies/military units Foreign government agencies/militaries Law enforcement organizations, foreign & domestic  Curriculum development, classroom instruction, practical instruction, field exercises Copyright (c) Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc All Rights Reserved. 13

14 What is the TridentCMG ‘Defensive Shield Program’?  Management In-Brief and Exit Briefs  2-hour all-employee US Government standard Active Shooter orientation training offered twice during the week  Selection, training, and certification of employees 16 hrs Classroom Coursework (offsite) 16 hrs Small Arms Training (firing range) 3 evenings Practical Exercises (on-site)  Site security assessment of primary venue  General DSP implementation plan  Venue-specific tactical response plans (basic scenarios)  Follow-on self-administered training and exercise program  Annual 1-day refresher course Copyright (c) Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc All Rights Reserved. 14

15 Typical Training Schedule MONDAYTUESDAYWEDNESDAYTHURSDAYFRIDAY 0800Mgmt In-BriefingDSP Training (Classroom) DSP Training (Classroom) DSP Training (Classroom) Weapons Practical Exam (Firing Range) 0900All Employee Active Shooter Training 1200Lunch 1300DSP Training (Classroom) Weapons Training (Firing Range) Weapons Training (Firing Range) Weapons Training (Firing Range) All Employee Active Shooter Training Mgmt Exit Briefing 1700Dinner 1830Facility Security Assessment DSP Training (Practical Exercises) DSP Training (Practical Exercises) DSP Training (Practical Exercises) 2100End of Day Copyright (c) Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc All Rights Reserved. 15

16 Key Features  Each course includes: An initial* facility security assessment designed to identify major security issues A general employee Active Shooter orientation designed to help detect and identify potential threats from employees and others in advance DSP training for selected personnel to enable them to safely and effectively engage realized threats Venue-specific tactical response plans provided Copyright (c) Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc All Rights Reserved. 16 *A comprehensive facility security assessment, resulting in a detailed written report containing photographs and recommendations, is also available as a separate security services product.

17 Additional Program Benefits  Priority access to additional TridentCMG services: Emergent threat assessment and response Asset protection Extortion/Coercion investigation and mitigation Kidnap & Ransom (K&R) services General employee Security Awareness Training (SAT) Executive Protective Service Details (PSD) International Travel Safety Orientation (ITSO) (Destination- specific) Copyright (c) Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc All Rights Reserved. 17

18 Program Implementation  Designation of client program manager  Preliminary program planning teleconference  DSP employee volunteer screening and selection (remote activity)  DSP equipment procurement  Local DSP training  Final exercise and certification Copyright (c) Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc All Rights Reserved. 18

19 Program Cost  1-week local program implementation, to include: DSP personnel selection, training and certification Initial site security assessment* General DSP implementation plan Development of venue-specific tactical response plans Follow-on self-administered training program  Base course fee plus expenses Course instruction (5 days) Instructor travel, food, lodging, and miscellaneous Firearms range charges and consumables  DSP equipment package (ea) o Package includes: pistol, magazines, holster, laser-aiming module, weapon light, radio and charger, Level III bulletproof vest, ballistic shield, equipment safe. Copyright (c) Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc All Rights Reserved. 19 *Comprehensive site security assessments are also available as a separate service

20 Annual Refresher Training  One-day refresher training, to include: Classroom refresher and equipment inspection (2 hrs) Firearms instruction – range (3 hrs) Practical exercises (2 hrs) Exit Debrief (1 hr) Instructor travel, food, lodging, and miscellaneous Firearms range charges and consumables Copyright (c) Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc All Rights Reserved. 20

21 Program Scheduling  Contact TridentCMG Operations to schedule, or for additional information: John M Jenco Director, Operations | Copyright (c) Trident Crisis Management Group, Inc All Rights Reserved. 21


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