Category Archive for: Critical Incident Response Training

The Importance of Sensing Danger

SEC’s experts believe that every person follows a specific path when responding to critical incidents or emergencies: Sense Danger Evaluate Response Options Commit to action Step One, “sensing danger” seems straightforward – you can only respond to an emergency if you know that it exists. However, when it comes down to it, there are many…

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SEC on the Congressional Baseball Practice Shooting

SEC CEO Jason Russell spoke with WOOD TV 8 about Wednesday’s shooting at the congressional baseball practice in Alexandria, VA. ““I can promise you they’re going to re-evaluate, especially when they have large numbers of congressmen or congressional members in an area at an event….” Russell, a former Secret Service agent commented. Ceck out the…

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A Generation Changed: School Security Post-Columbine

Do you remember where you were on April 20th, 1999?  Chances are you won’t if you’re asked that question.  What if I asked the same question a different way?  Do you remember where you were when you heard about Columbine? Many people will likely answer “I’ll never forget.” April 20, 2017 will mark the 18th…

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‘Tis the Season: PPOs, Custody Orders and the Holidays

As we approach the holidays, visions of turkey and presents and family gatherings all float temptingly in our brains. After all, the last six weeks of the year are all about togetherness, right? Not necessarily. Separation and divorce can be the exception to that long-held family rule, particularly at this time of the year. Emotions…

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A Lesson from South Carolina: The Importance of Safety Drills

All eyes were on South Carolina for a few hours on Wednesday as the first words of another school shooting spread across the Internet. But attention quickly faded as details became clear: two children and a teacher wounded, the teenage subject already in custody. That the incident didn’t linger longer on the national stage is…

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Rethinking Lockdown: Age-Appropriate Safety Drills

Back to school means new crayons, new backpacks, new teachers, new friends – and new safety drills. Fire drills have long been a fact of life in our schools. In fact, I dare you to find an elementary classroom where the kids can’t finish this set of commands: Stop. Drop. Of course the answer is…

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Lockdown vs. Sheltering in Place

A Lockdown is Not the Same as Sheltering in Place — and the Difference Matters During a Public Safety Threat  Very often when you hear of a public safety threat like the one this week on Capitol Hill, the terms “lockdown” and “shelter in place” are used interchangeably in media reports or other announcements. At one point during…

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Looking at American Gun Culture

SEC President and Founder, Jason Russell, sits down with WWMT NewsChannel 3 to discuss what has been called an epidemic of gun violence in America and the importance of being prepared and properly trained to respond if it ever happens to you. You can watch the WWMT story and read the article at WWMT.com

San Bernardino Shooting

“Under pressure, you don’t rise to the occasion, you sink to the level of your training. That’s why we train so hard.” SecureEd founder and CEO, Jason Russell, speaks with the West Michigan media regarding the recent mass shooting in San Bernardino.  Jason points out that despite the fear these senseless acts cause, there are…

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Kalamazoo Community Church

A Kalamazoo Church trains for worst-case scenario with the help of SEC.  Watch the video above and read the story here

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