Active Shooter

LESC in The News Reducing the Risk of Workplace Violence

Reducing the risk of workplace violence NECN Video Report

NECN: Peter Howe, Stoneham/North Attleborough, Mass.) - It's a question no boss ever wants to think about -- but then along comes a workplace shooting like Tuesday's Connecticut horror: How do I keep my employees safe from a disgruntled, possibly deadly, colleague?

Harnessing The Street Cops Wisdom: Taking Whole of Conflict...And Effective Full Spectrum Responses

By Fred Leland

“Hear counsel, and receive instruction, that you may be wise in the days to come.” ~Proverbs 19:20

Tranquility To Tragedy Critical Strategies for Active Shooter Preparedness, Response, and Recovery

March 11th I was invited to The United States Military Academy West Point to speak on the evolution of strategy and tactics to ongoing deadly action "Active Shootings" and operational art.

The seminar was set up by Dr. Christopher Hennen the Director of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security U.S. Army Garrison-West Point.

The seminar was designed to alert, enlighten and educate about the challenges and potential remedies associated with active shooter violence.

Active Shooter 2.1 Video Series, Parts 1 and 2 at Homeland Security Television Featuring LESC, Inc

Columbine. Mumbai. Fort Hood. Whether you've responded to one or heard about them on the evening news, active shooter incidents are terrifying and difficult to foresee. We can, however, train to handle these incidents in a way that limits injury and loss of life. 

HSTV - Active Shooter 2.1

The art and science of active shooter response.

Are Police Officers Ready For The Next Generation of Active Shooters?

A collaborative effort of Homeland Security Television and Law Enforcement and Security Consulting, Inc produced a new training video, Are Police Officers Ready For The Next Generation of Active Shooters?

HSTV explores law enforcement's preparedness for the Next Generation of active shooter threats. Featuring law enforcement training expert, Fred Leland of Law Enforcement Security Consulting Inc., you'll be surprised by what you learn.

Evolution of Strategy and Tactics to Ongoing Deadly Action "Active Shootings" and Operational Art

An active shooter is defined as "... an armed person who has used deadly physical force on other persons and continues to do so while having unrestricted access to additional victims.[1]

The vision most law enforcement officers have when it comes to an active shooter is one or two people with guns moving through a building, randomly shooting anyone in their path. Active shootings are often thought of as taking place in a public place, such as a school where kids attend.

Active shooter' tactic saves lives at Northern Virginia Community College

A positive police article on the active shooter response at the Northern Virginia Community College that ended with no injuries. A 20 year old male shot at professor and missed.

After a shooter started firing in a building at Northern Virginia Community College's Woodbridge campus last week, police rushed in to try to stop the violence.

That, in and of itself, doesn't seem like news. Seems like what they're supposed to do.

Killing Spree or Terror... And the Impact on Prevention Efforts By Fred Leland

“What is the aim and purpose of strategy? Is to improve our ability to shape and adapt to unfolding circumstances so that we as, individuals, or as groups, or as a culture, or as a nation-state, can survive on our own terms.”

~Col. John Boyd

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