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Ignore the Signs at Your Own Peril

We see it time and time again. The warning signs are all there: social separation, erratic behavior, veiled or overt threats, and more. These warning signs are indicators that an individual may be on “the pathway to violence,” a trend of behavioral changes that often...

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Thoughts on the 10-Year Anniversary of Sandy Hook

From TPOP's Co-Founder and Chief Content Officer, William F. Flynn. On Dec. 14, 2012, I was attending a luncheon meeting of operational components at the US Department of Homeland Security. We all started receiving messages about a mass shooting at an elementary...

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Run-Hide-Fight, Part 2: Knowing Your Exits

Run-Hide-Fight, Part 2: Knowing Your Exits

In Part 1 of Run-Hide-Fight, we discussed how to assess your available choices in an active shooter situation and why being prepared to run away from danger is your best bet to survive an incident. But how does one properly prepare, and what does a sound escape plan...

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Pay Now or Pay Later: The Cost of Workplace Violence

Pay Now or Pay Later: The Cost of Workplace Violence

It takes a lot to run a business. It takes even more to run one successfully. And on top of the daily challenges of simply meeting the bottom line, companies big and small face a laundry list of security threats that can affect that bottom line as well. Cyber...

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School Violence: Learn the Signs and Take Action

School Violence: Learn the Signs and Take Action

Prepared for the new school year? Aside from new pens, pencils, bookbags, tablets and more, are you sure you, your kids, or your school are fully prepared? Sadly, with shootings now an annual reality in today’s America, back-to-school prep also means learning to...

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