Frederick Tessari

Frederick Tessari is a former supervisory Deputy United States Marshal. Frederick Tessari has an exceptional law enforcement background having served as a U.S. Marshal in Brooklyn, New York. Frederick has also trained federal officers at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, Georgia. His specialties include crisis management, investigative research, security management, emergency management, surveillance, active shooter response, corporate security, community outreach, military operations, physical security, force protection, executive protection, security operations and policy analysis.

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Three Crisis Management Steps to Use In An Active Threat Situation

Mar 6, 2019 8:00:00 AM / by Frederick Tessari posted in Emergency Response, emergency action plan, First Aid, crisis management

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Did you know, that in the event of an active threat, you can potentially save the life of your co-worker, friend, or family member if you know what to do between the time the threat starts and the arrival of police? The techniques taught in our Ten-Minute Medic course can prepare you to take action and save lives.

Continue to read on to learn crisis management tips you could use in an active threat situation, what an active threat timeline looks like and about a medic class you can take.

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