Industries We Serve

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Businesses

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Schools

Churches

Churches

Healthcare

Healthcare

Conventions

Conventions

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Introduction

Active Threat Solutions by Defense in Depth

Active Threat Solutions by Defense in Depth equips organizations and businesses with the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to maintain a safe environment.

Education. Empowerment. Assurance.

Active Threat Solutions by Defense in Depth offers the classes you need to learn how to identify a dangerous situation and react accordingly. Whether you are a young woman, mom, parent, college student, teacher, counselor, pastor, bank teller or a business owner, you can learn how to react and protect the people you care about with Active Threat Solutions by Defense in Depth.  

Active Threat Traning

Risk Management

Risk Management

Risk management includes in-house security processes. Are there processes in place that detail how employees should notify security or supervision of a potential problem? Do you have procedures set in place for documenting and following up with said potential problems? What do those procedures look like?

  • Is there a meeting with the Human Resources department?
  • Does HR bring in employees and question them?
  • Does law enforcement ever need to get involved?

If your facility does not have in-house security processes set up, our team can devise a plan of action.

A member of our team will come to your property and walk you through the building giving a bird’s eye view of your security features and their effectiveness. This will include door locks, passwords, key cards, pathways of escape and security staff. We will offer verbal recommendations or a written report documenting weak spots and possible options for improvement.

A threat analysis looks at the physical security of a facility as a whole. How easy would it be for a person off the street to access your facility? How far into your facility could he or she get before being stopped? Physical security includes: Door locks, passwords, key cards and security staff. Does your personnel ask important questions such as, “Are you looking for something,” or, “Can I help you?”

 

Active Threat Training

Active Threat Training

Active Threat Training

We know that this subject can create anxiety, therefore our team prides itself in not only presenting the most progressive training but doing it in a manner that allows the audience to gain knowledge without frightening them or increasing anxiety.

We don’t present this “tactically”, we present the material as we were presenting to our own loved ones.

Our active threat training seminar is designed to educate and empower all individuals to “Know what to do” when faced with any number of personal safety and security threats up to and including an active shooter.

This course utilizes simple solutions to solve complex problems and is applicable to literally everyone.

It doesn’t matter your age, occupation, physical ability, or level of prior training, our seminar will give you some of the most progressive ways to increase your chances of survival in a potentially life-threatening incident.

 

Active Threat Training

Emergency Response

Emergency Response

Emergency response is post active threat training. This includes CPR and AED certifications. It is a 10-minute class presented by Alex Shay, former US Army combat medic, that focuses on the ability to control bleeding until a higher degree of assistance arrives and what you need to do immediately if someone is badly injured.

Another layer of emergency response includes administrative response and business continuity: how to handle law enforcement and the media, how to get your business or establishment back up and running, relocating, providing resources to your employees for counseling services, etc.

We also offer CPR and AED certifications through the American Heart Association

 

Active Threat Training

Post Incident Communication

Post Incident Training

Our team can help with best practices for many aspects of your organization as it works to recoup from the incident and begin to move forward.

  • Next of kin set-up
  • Media press releases
  • Administrative law enforcement interaction
  • What info is released to media
  • When to release info to the media
  • Clean-up of your business
  • Counseling
  • Timeframe for getting your business back up and running
Security Professionals

Active Threat Response for Security Professionals

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1-2 DAY IN SERVICE TRAINING CLASS FOR PROFESSIONAL SECURITY

  • Classroom instruction – R. Tessari
  • Entries and live fire exercises – R. Tessari

 

Executive Protection

Intro to Executive Protection

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 8 HOUR COURSE (CLASSROOM)

  • Introductory training to security professionals - B. Roberts
    • Protect clients at home and abroad
    • Secure segmented areas for functions and events

 

Executive Pro Services

Executive Protection Services

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 EXECUTIVE RESOURCES

  • Provide EP services on a temporary basis
  • Providing Executive Protection for:
• Dignitaries
 Celebrities
 Executives
 High net worth families
 
Security Services

Active Threat Security Services

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 CONTRACT SECURITY FOR:

  • Events
  • Churches
  • Corporations
  • Schools

 

Law Enforcement

Active Threat Response for Law Enforcement

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1-2 DAY IN SERVICE TRAINING CLASS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
(CAN BE TAUGHT AT POLICE DEPARTMENTS NATIONALLY)

  • Classroom instruction – R. Tessari    
  • Entries and live fire exercises – R. Tessari

 

First Responders

Active Threat Response for First Responders (Fire and EMS Professionals)

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 8 HOUR COURSE

  • Providing best practices for safety and security when responding to an incident.

 

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