Category Archives: Security

Cool Idea

Where do you hide all your stuff in the house?  Here are a few different ideas for you.  

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Sandy Hook Analysis

It has been almost a year since the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School.  Recently the police report on the incident was released.  Over at Active Response training, Greg has broken out some of the highlights of the report and … Continue reading

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Good Advice

With the deteriorating economy comes a deterioration in society. While this is unfortunate, in many cases we are seeing a deterioration of police protective services as well. All that said, what do you do when you come home and find … Continue reading

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Active Shooter Scenario

Over the years there has been a lot of news around every active shooter incident.  It has gotten to the point that we have a special term for this active of terrorism “active shooter”.  The reality of the situation, is … Continue reading

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Disaster Retrospective

Here’s an interesting post that the marketing guy over at “The Ready Nation” store put together.  A bit of a disaster / readiness retrospective of 2010, on a micro level.  People tend to think in terms of hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, … Continue reading

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American Mumbai

Over at Blackfive the team took a look at: It’s worth thinking through the problem this author raises:  how would the U.S. handle a Mumbai-like terror attack? It’s an interesting post on how different the US is regionally, and why.  … Continue reading

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Time for a New Secretary?

From reports this morning, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano looks to have put her foot in it again.  In fairness, the quote that is being latched onto is relatively benign. “It’s a big border,” she said. “It’s 1,960 miles across that … Continue reading

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