Security Consultant Shares Extensive Knowledge about Active Shooters at ASIS 2013

Security Consultant Shares Extensive Knowledge about Active Shooters at ASIS 2013

Security Consultant Shares Extensive Knowledge about Active Shooters at ASIS 2013Patrick V. Fiel, Sr., currently serving as a security consultant, brings more than 35 years of security and law enforcement experience to ASIS 2013. Tap into his extensive knowledge as he relies on his background knowledge from his time in the U.S. Army, as executive director of school security for the Washington, D.C. public school system, and as public safety advisor for ADT Security Services to educate you about active shooters.

Presentation Title:  Before, During and After the Active Shooter Event-Are You Prepared?

Session # 4306,   Thursday, September 26, 2013    Time: 3:30pm – 4:30pm

Patrick V. Fiel (Security Consultant)

Dr. Steve Albrecht (Security Consultant)

Summary:

The experts will discuss threat assessments, the shooter's behavior, innovative security solutions and preparedness, aimed at mitigating this risk.

Abstract:

The experts will present current information that will help organizations prepare for a potential crisis situation involving an active shooter.  The experts will speak on risk assessments of facilities, innovative security technologies, shooter behavior, and threat assessment teams.  The presentation will present ideas and solutions that will help organizations mitigate the risk of an active shooter event.  The ideas presented will address what an organization can do to prevent such an event from occurring as well as what steps can be taken during and after a crisis situation. 

What will the attendees learn from the program?

1. Ways to prevent a crisis situation from occurring: Attendees will learn how a risk assessment can identify potential short falls in their organization's security as well as what innovative security technologies and other solutions are available to address these short falls.

2. Ways to deal with an active shooter prior to police arrival: Attendees will learn steps that can be taken to handle an active shooter situation as it is occurring and prior to police arrival.

3. How to create and staff a Threat Assessment Team (TAT): Attendees will learn about active shooter behavior and Threat Assessment Teams.  Learning objectives will include TAT response protocols, getting additional outside help, the difference between “hunters” and howlers”, “The Safe Room” concept, and workplace violence prevention concepts.

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