A+ Technology & Security Hosts Exclusive Security Training Seminar in December

Long Island systems integrator ends year with important security seminar “Crisis In The Classroom” and offers local school districts help with security preparedness.

A+ Technology & Security Solutions, Inc. today announced that the company will be hosting an exclusive Security Training event called “Crisis In The Classroom” on December 1, 2017, as part of a series of educational security preparedness seminars hosted at A + Technology’s headquarters located at 1490 North Clinton Avenue in Bay Shore, N.Y.  The seminar is free of charge and offered to help prevent and respond to potential security threats at schools. With the growing number of active shooter incidents, violence and bullying in schools throughout the country, now is the time for school personnel to be proactive and prepared to diffuse any type of emergency situation as it occurs in real-time.

 

A+ Technology & Security Solutions is proud to have partnered with long time security veteran, Joseph Pangaro, a retired Police Lieutenant from Monmouth County, N.J., to deliver this powerful seminar that will provide an overview of critical communication and negotiation skills necessary for school employees.  Mr. Pangaro’s duties as a Police Lieutenant included total oversight of the patrol bureau as co-commander of his division. He currently teaches at the Monmouth and Ocean County Police Academies.  and pens a weekly newspaper column called “Behind the Badge” and has been published in NJCOPS, NJ Blue and the FBI Worldwide Law Enforcement Bulletin.  The “Crisis In The Classroom” seminar will examine the role of psychology and people in crisis with the purpose to recognize and dissuade a potentially dangerous subject from reacting to stressors with rage and violence.

 

“A+ Technology & Security Solutions is dedicated to helping local schools prepare for emergency situations and will be working closely with law enforcement to help educate the community on how to improve communication, planning, and preparation for emergency situations,” states David Antar, President at A+ Technology & Security Solutions. “We will continue to offer these important security seminars throughout 2018 and partner with the top security professionals in the industry.”

 

For further information on upcoming security preparedness seminars being held at the A+ Technology & Security Solutions headquarters at 1490 North Clinton Avenue, Bay Shore, NY 11706 or to register for the December 1st seminar, call 631-675-2255, or send an email to rsvp@aplustechnology.com.

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