Active shooter prevention is a topic of increasing concern for businesses and employers today. The following article provides information on how to prevent against this terrifying form of workplace violence: To read the article in its entirety please go here: https://www.propertycasualty360.com/2018/04/16/how-businesses-can-prepare-for-active-shooters/
On 4/20/99 two homegrown terrorists unleashed their fury on Columbine High School. Their kamikaze attack on unsuspecting victims was well-planned, initially intended to be a mass bombing. When two of their 99 homemade bombs did not detonate in the cafeteria, they moved into active shooter mode throwing pipe bombs as they terrorized students and staff. Evidence photo: One of the Columbine killers bombs. In 1998, three years before the terrorist attacks of 9/11/01, one Columbin
Isiah Sholes murdered 4/20/99 in the library at Columbine High School. Isiah a Columbine senior was looking forward to his graduation. Instead, he was buried in his cap and gown. 20 years of Columbine. A WVPI Symposium 3/27/19 Orlando, Florida. Prevention is the Only Solution.
We will address ways that employers of all kinds including schools can help prevent active shooter incidents at the WVPI's Violence Prevention Symposium, an invite only event, on 3/27/19 in Orlando. (Source: www.PropertyCasualty360.com website) To read some of our past research on preventing violence go here: https://www.propertycasualty360.com/2018/04/16/how-businesses-can-prepare-for-active-shooters/
Chris Stone went to school one Friday not knowing he was walking into a war zone. Chris was killed along with seven other students and two teachers at Santa Fe High School in Texas on May 18, 2018. Thirteen other innocents were wounded that horrible day. Chris died a hero trying to protect other students. The defendant standing trial for the massacre at Santa Fe was Chris's classmate. Chris' mother my friend the activist Rosie Stone had these cards made up of her only son pi