Enhanced Non-Lethal Security Blog

    How CEOs Use Non-Lethal Tools to Increase Safety, Decrease Risk

    Posted by Steve Cochennet on Mar 3, 2015


    It hit me recently while I watched one of our intense instructor certification courses. The moment in front of me had been five years in the making.

    I spend many hours touting our product to anyone who will listen. I might speak with hospital leaders about the impact of our Pro V2 device on employee safety, cutting risk management and litigation costs. I might speak with a school executive about how the enhanced non-lethal devices like the Pro V2 are a new piece of the puzzle for campus security – a new way to help protect students and staff, an intermediate response between armed and unarmed campus security.

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    Topics: Healthcare Security, Security Industry, campus safety, private security, non-lethal

    Non-Fatal Violence in K-12 Schools [Infographic]

    Posted by Susan Krause on Mar 3, 2015


    We created this infographic based on the most recent available crime data. Read about how enhanced non-lethal can be used to secure schools, or contact us.

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    Topics: campus safety, school security, School violence

    Preventing Violence in Schools: New Device Has Intermediate Solution

    Posted by Steve Cochennet on Feb 17, 2015


    Violent incidents at schools have become all too common. As a result, elected officials, law enforcement and school administrators are always looking for an effective, non-lethal solution to keep students and faculty safe.

    While the media focus is on high profile incidents such as Columbine, Virginia Tech or Sandy Hook, the sad reality is there are over 1,000 assaults, aggravated assaults, and dangerous incidents that happen on a nearly DAILY basis IN our schools around the country. Local officials and parents know the dangers students face. It’s time we do something to reduce the level of fear, injury and liability in our schools.

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    Topics: Security Industry, campus safety, School violence, non-lethal

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