Nothing is more important than the safety of our children. Our team of highly trained former US Secret Service Agents will design and train your staff on an emergency and critical incident response plan customized for your school, child care center, or business.
A consultant will inspect your site and provide a customized assessment of the location.
Every aspect of your site will be analyzed to determine potential vulnerabilities: access controls, cover and concealment, power and utility issues. A detailed Site Assessment is provided describing the strengths, weaknesses, and individual characteristics of your site.
Our consultant will assist your organization in developing an Emergency Preparedness Plan (EPP). The EPP will include evacuation policies, lock down procedures, and other loss mitigation strategies.
Our consultant will come to your place of business and train the staff on the particulars of their site and EPP. This includes hands on instruction of how to scenarios including active shooter, hostage situation, child abduction, bomb threats and other critical incidents.
SEC consultants will visit the site and conduct a comprehensive Site Vulnerability Assessment. This assessment will identify any gaps in security and preparedness in both physical security and policies and procedures. SEC will identify area vulnerabilities and offer solutions to mitigate any noted vulnerabilities. SEC will also identify components necessary for building a custom emergency plan such as relocation sites, and medical facilities.
SEC consultants will build a comprehensive plan custom to your site. This plan will include procedures for Evacuation, Shelter in Place, Lock Out, Lock Down and Reunification. SEC will include hazard specific protocols for over 20 different emergencies or critical incidents. SEC’s plans are completely custom and will exceed any requirements for planning based on State Law or Licensing.
A plan is only as good as they people implementing it. SEC will conduct an in depth critical incident training with your staff. This training will cover key elements of your new emergency preparedness plan as well as other emergency response related topics such as; physiological response, threat assessment, prevention strategies, and targeted violence attacks. Training is the most crucial piece of any comprehensive emergency preparedness and security program.
SEC consultants will conduct an in depth vulnerability assessment to identify any gaps or weakness in physical security measures, environmental hazards, and policy and procedure improvements as they relate to security. SEC will examine continuity of operations preparedness and evaluate risks to executives, employees and other stakeholders. During the site assessment SEC will gather information crucial to developing a comprehensive Emergency Preparedness Plan.
Protecting your business with an emergency plan is crucial. SEC will develop a custom and comprehensive set of emergency procedures including procedures for Evacuation, Shelter in Place, and Lock Down. SEC will develop procedures for numerous emergencies including workplace violence, active shooter, explosions etc.
SEC will conduct training on the new emergency procedures with staff. SEC will focus on concepts of targeted violence in the workplace and provide practical solutions to staff for prevention of workplace violence and other targeted violence attacks.
SEC will conduct a comprehensive site vulnerability assessment to include the physical operations of the site, and any services or ancillary activities that occur on the site. If applicable SEC will observe the operations of any safety or security team members. SEC will gather information necessary for creating a comprehensive and custom emergency preparedness plan. SEC will provide an executive summary detailing any deficiencies noted and suggestions for mitigation.
SEC will build a custom and detailed emergency plan for both general operations and safety and security team operations.
SEC will conduct an in depth multi hazard training for staff on their emergency plan and provide guidance on response to a number of faith based institution threats. SEC will provide instruction on threat assessment, targeted violence in faith based institutions, and prevention strategies. SEC will provide detailed security response training to any safety and security team members to include hands on scenarios.
Where We're Making a Difference
SEC’s specialized Site vulnerability assessment, Emergency Planning, and Critical Incident training was developed and is delivered by our staff of former US Secret Service agents with over 100 years of combined experience at the highest level of security and law enforcement.
Prior to SEC, Jason served with the United States Secret Service as a Special Agent. During his tenure, Jason was involved in protective and investigative assignments as well as protecting the current President and Vice President along with all living former Presidents. In addition to protection assignments, Jason served as the Secret Service Lead Instructor at the International Law Enforcement Academy, a Physical Fitness Coordinator, and on the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.
Jason has extensive law enforcement experience with the Lansing Police Department (LPD). While with the LPD, Jason was recognized with a life saving award from Mothers Against Drunk Driving. In 2010, Jason accepted a position with the Office of the Inspector General where he investigates governmental waste and fraud.
Jason additionally has taught criminal investigation and security courses as an adjunct professor.
Born in Kalamazoo, Michigan, Jason holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Western Michigan University and his Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice and Security Management from Michigan State University. He is married with three children and lives in Michigan.
Marc Connolly is a highly accomplished security and law enforcement professional. Connolly retired after 27 years at the US Secret Service. During his time with the Secret Service Connolly rose to the level of Deputy Assistant Director. Connolly’s last position at the Secret Service was Deputy Special Agent in Charge of the Presidential Protection Division. Connolly planned, directed, coordinated and implemented protective operations related to protection of the President of the United States. Connolly was instrumental in developing contingency plans and overseeing threat assessment as they related to Secret Service protectees. Connolly supervised a workforce of over 1,000 law enforcement officials with duties of protecting the White House. Connolly supervised the development and deployments of technological advances to advance the protection mission of the Secret Service.
Connolly served as the Deputy Assistant Director in the Office of Governmental and Public Affairs where he provided oversight and supervision to the Public Affairs Program, Capitol Hill and Interagency Liaison Division.
In addition to the above assignments Connolly served as the Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge of the Presidential Protection Division, Special Agent in Charge of the Office of Protective Research, Resident Agent in Charge of the Secret Service, Grand Rapids Resident Office and Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge of the Secret Service Rowley Training Center.
Connolly has directed and implemented security at the absolute highest level, and brings his commitment to security to Secure Education Consultants. Connolly began working at SEC following his retirement and serves as SEC’s Executive Vice President. Connolly directs all consultant operations and oversees SEC’s selection and training.
Connolly has three children in college and lives in Maryland with his wife and daughter.
In addition to his work with SEC, John Skuletich is the Associate Director of Consulting Services for UnitedHealthcare Global Risk. In this capacity John provides security analysis, threat assessment, mitigation, policy development; contingency planning and training to fortune 500 companies, large international non-profit organizations and universities both here and abroad.
Prior to that John was as security consultant to numerous firms including:
From 2010 to 2012 John was the Vice President in the Office of Global Security for Goldman Sachs. There he directed security processes for the Goldman Sachs Washington, DC Office to include the executive protection of Goldman Sachs chief executives and critical infrastructure and facilities protection of Goldman Sachs offices.
Prior to that John was a distinguished member of the U S Secret Service for 25 years (1985 to 2010). He retired as the Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge – Rowley Training Center – where he directed the training in the Special Operations Training Section. In this capacity he coordinated tactical training including interior and exterior tactics, motorcade tactics, asymmetrical warfare training, firearms and weapons training for agents assigned to the Special Operations. He also developed and coordinated the HAZMAT and Medical Response training for the US Secret Service HAMMER and White House medical units.
Previous to that assignment John was the Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge – Vice Presidential Protective Division. There supervised agents that provided daily protection to the Vice President and managed operational security arrangements for the Vice President and his family. John also Supervised the Counter Surveillance Unit tasked with conducting vulnerability assessments of sites visited by the Vice President and providing surveillance, intelligence and countermeasure support to the Vice Presidential detail.
Other pertinent assignments in the Secret Service include the Presidential Protective Division and the Counter Assault Team.
John was born and raised in Butte, Montana. He graduated from the University of Montana with a degree in Elementary Education. He taught school in Missoula, Montana for 7 years before moving on to the Secret Service. John is married with three children and a grandson. He resides in Annapolis, MD.
Todd Bagby joined the United States Secret Service in 1989 after serving four years with the Florence (KY) Police Department. Mr. Bagby retired in November 2015 after a distinguished career with the Secret Service that included Special Agent assignments in the Cincinnati and Detroit Field Offices followed by the Presidential Protective Division and the Counter Assault Team in Washington DC under President William J. Clinton.
Mr. Bagby excelled as the Secret Service National Fitness Coordinator when assigned to the James J. Rowley Training Center located in Beltsville, MD. While at the Rowley Training Center he also served as an Emergency Medical Technician and Lead Course Coordinator to both newly hired special agents and existing special agents in the areas of Protective Operations and Control Tactics.
In 2001, Mr. Bagby was an Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge of the Vice President’s Protective Division under Vice President Richard B. Cheney. He served as the Second Lady’s Detail Leader coordinating the operational security of the family while in Washington, DC and during trips worldwide that included many complex site vulnerability assessments. Mr. Bagby also acted in a leadership role in the security of the Vice President’s family during the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
In 2004, Mr. Bagby was assigned to the Dayton Ohio Resident Office where he served as the Resident Agent in Charge. He was also entrusted as the Secret Service’s Financial Crimes and Electronic Crimes Task Force in the Southern District of Ohio successfully leading agents and police officers in several high level criminal investigations. Additionally, Mr. Bagby is well established as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Dayton teaching criminal justice studies.
Mr. Bagby earned a bachelor’s degree in criminology from Eastern Kentucky University in 1985 and performed executive studies at Johns Hopkins University’s Executive Leadership Program in Baltimore, MD. Mr. Bagby is married with 2 children and resides in Mason, Ohio.
Billy Davis currently works as an independent contractor for the United States Department of Defense. Mr. Davis recently retired from the United States Secret Service (USSS) where he served as Special Agent in Charge (SAIC) of the Vice Presidential Protective Division. As SAIC, Billy was personally responsible for the immediate safety and security of the Vice President of the United States and his family. Davis worked in cooperation with the White House Military Office, the White House Medical Unit and the Vice President’s Chief of Staff to ensure a safe work and personal environment for the Biden family. Billy also served as a direct link between the Director of the Secret Service and the Office of the Vice President.
Over the course of a 26 year career, Billy also served as Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the USSS Special Operations Division where he was program manager for the Counter Assault Teams (USSS Counter Terrorism tactical units). In 2012, Davis was selected for the mobilization, initiation and leadership of the Mitt Romney Candidate Detail. Billy was also the Detail Leader (DL) for then Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton during the 2007-08 Presidential Campaign and DL for Ambassador L. Paul Bremer upon his return from Iraq, where Bremer served as Director of the Coalition Provisional Authority.
Other USSS assignments include: The Presidential Protective Division, Team Leader for Counter Assault Team Six, Office of Inspection, Capitol Hill Liaison Division, Executive Assistant to the Director and Field Office assignments in Jacksonville, Miami and Atlanta.
Billy spent two years (1984-85) with the St. Louis Cardinals of the NFL after graduating from Clemson University, where he lettered in both football and baseball for the Tigers. He was also a member of Clemson’s 1981 National Championship football team.
Davis is an active member of the NFL Alumni Association, the Clemson Alumni Association, Clemson IPTAY and the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP). He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Military Bowl (College football bowl game located in Washington D.C.) sponsored by Northrop Grumman.
Billy and his wife Kim have been married for twenty-five years and have two daughters. The Davis family resides in Lovettsville, Virginia.
Finagle’s Law states, “Anything that can go wrong, will—at the worst possible moment.” And while no one can prevent all emergencies, you certainly can be prepared for when the unexpected happens. Our clients are trained by the best and are prepared for the worst. Contact us today to put our experience to work for you.
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