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  1. Jun 27 2013

    Special School Training for Active Shooter Response

    The need for aggressive response plans in advance of potential active shooter incidents has led many schools to explore “non-traditional” avenues for training. This includes training for teachers, administrators, and staff members that integrates behavioral science, FBI research, and the national incident management system. In the article, “Those Terrible First Few Minutes: Revisiting Active-Shooter Protocols […]

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  2. Jun 27 2013

    School Preparedness for Active Shooter Incidents: Nassau County (NY) Tabletop Exercise

    Building off its first successful tabletop exercise in January, the Nassau County Police Department (NCPD) held a second, enhanced “Response to Active Shooter Incidents” tabletop exercise for county schools on May 7, 2013. The event, sponsored by Summit, provided a scenario-based training workshop for school administrators and officials throughout the county Breaking into small tabletop […]

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  3. Jun 27 2013

    Summit Manager Named Security Officer of the Year

    On March 8, 2013, the Association of Licensed Detectives of New York State (ALDONYS) honored Summit’s Michael Harned as the 2013 Security Officer of the Year. Harned serves as Security Account Manager for Summit’s premier Long Island account, CA Technologies, Inc., a Fortune 1000 firm and leader in the information technology industry. From 1967 to […]

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