Never before has an elite team of trainers like this been assembled in America.

Our expert trainers know what to do.

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Nick DeMedici

Executive Director, former active shooter instructor, West Virginia State Police



Jared Edgreen

Assistant Director, former trainer, United States Secret Service


Krista Master

Business Development Executive


Kimberly Ridenour, MBA, CPSM

Business Development Representative

Ben Roberts

Ben Roberts

United States Army Bronze Star recipient and Audie Murphy Award Winner

Nathan Emeigh

Nathan Emeigh

Former security specialist for the Department of Defense

Kelly Rigsby

Kelly Rigsby

Former Special Agent, Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS)

Frederick Tessari

Frederick Tessari

Former Supervisory Deputy United States Marshal

Dennis Dougherty

Dennis Dougherty

Former Tac Team leader and police trainer, Upper Darby Police Department

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Robert Marsili

Special Agent, Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General

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Mike Sedam

Law Enforcement Commander

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Gary W. Smith

Former Sergeant Miramar Police (Fla), Lieutenant Florida Attorney General’s Office

Our team is comprised of current and former law enforcement officers, federal agents, military and Department of Defense instructors. This team has been hand-picked because of their experience and ability to effectively present.

Workplace violence has been on the increase. In 2016, there were 5,190 workplace deaths in the United States. Of those 5,190 deaths, a total of 500 were homicides. We formed Active Threat Solutions by Defense in Depth because of this growing need for training and preparation in an active threat scenario. Through our experience and talents, we bring calm to chaos.

Emergencies happen. You need a proactive plan. Our team of experts can evaluate your unique situation and environment and develop a strategy that will help protect you and the people you care about.

A plan of action is often the difference between victims and victors.

 "There are more than two million reported cases of workplace violence each year."

- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

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