Being highly trained could be the difference between threat elimination or the new norm - casualty mitigation.
Decision makers routinely let unqualified, untrained and uninvested personnel protect schools, businesses and places of worship and very little is done in the way of checks and balances as to their qualifications, background and skills. Whenever a person is charged with the responsibility of protecting others they MUST be as highly trained as humanly possible and just as importantly they must be VESTED in those they are there to protect. A highly trained, vested and inconspicuous individual holds all the cards when confronting an active threat and they are without a doubt the most effective deterrent to violence.
We teach our clients how to Pre-eVent threats by developing a proactive mindset and by providing them the skills and tools they need to take action.
Safety & Security Personnel
Whenever someone is given a weapon and
asked to protect others they need to be able
to answer two questions without hesitation.
“Can you overcome the fear of the threat
itself” and “can you overcome the fear that
you might make a mistake?”
We upskill a wide range of people who have
been tasked or volunteered to protect those
they care about. We can also offer highly trained
veterans with the necessary skills if our clients
are willing to hire them versus contracting them.
Some of the skills that we teach:
Basic trauma medicine
Close quarter weapons training
Cognitive, situational & tactical awareness
Innocuous & passive interview skills
General people skills
Safety drill implementation & management
Threat Identification & Assessment
Non-lethal weapons handling
K9 handling & other skills determined by our clients unique environment
5 part Pre-eVention safety & security strategy
Level 1: Situational Awareness
We are often told “see something, say something” but sadly, that rarely happens before violent and tragic events have concluded.
Level 2: Up-skill Safety/Security Personnel
Decision makers routinely let unqualified, untrained and uninvested personnel protect schools, businesses and places of worship and very little is done in the way of checks and balances as to their qualifications, background and skills.
Level 3: Threat Identification & Assessment
How to conduct an innocous interview with those reporting a threat or those making the threat. How and when to de-escalate or escalate a response and how to develop an effective reporting structure are all critical lifesaving skills.
Level 4: Working K9s & Handlers
While human involvement in your safety and security strategy is essential, the addition of a dedicated K9 with a trained handler, adds an exponential benefit.
Level 5: AI Identification
There has been a national movement to place more cameras in schools, businesses and places of worship to increase security. We question this thinking by asking "how does a camera actually prevent a terrorist" who is so committed that they actually view the cameras as an asset to document their attack and to "make them famous".
We support Threat Prevention Services because they provide career opportunities to veterans. Keep up the good work.
- Jared H. -
Rick does an excellent job of applying his former military experience to civilian protection. Can’t say enough good things about this company.
- Gerald B. -
I have two young kids. Good luck getting past the armed combat veteran and his dog at the gate. Finally feel secure.
- Candace C. -
3830 Valley Centre Drive #705-401
San Diego, CA. 92130