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Active shooters are a real threat to businesses today. From large corporations to small businesses, companies of all sizes are taking charge of their security and choosing to build and train a confidential internal security team of entrusted employees. We take a proactive approach to keep your employees and clients safe by creating a top-rated practical security plan that fits your company’s specific needs. By implementing our comprehensive training program and security plan, your business will have the ability to manage a variety of threats that may occur.
Our unrivaled customized training programs and security plans provide a multi-level approach that gives executives options to choose from. All levels include the Bishop 30 Solutions Active Shooter Response Course, which has been fully tested and implemented. Training can include armed or unarmed security, but all levels involve working with local law enforcement and first responders. Once the plan is developed and agreed upon, the plan is rehearsed multiple times and includes a full-scale rehearsal.
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Development of customized security action plan
Active shooter / emergency response
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The FBI defines an active shooter as one or more individuals actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a populated area.
Between 2000 - 2017 more active shooter incidents occurred in business environments - 42% (FBI)
“...the perpetrator in closed-environment business shootings was often an employee or former employee...”
Breaking down the last 5 years
Active Shooter Incidents in the United States:
2014 and 2015
Fifteen of the 40 incidents occurred in areas of commerce:
Nine incidents involved shootings that occurred in business environments generally open to pedestrian traffic, resulting in 23 killed, including 2 law enforcement officers, and 38 individuals wounded. Four shooters committed suicide, and law enforcement killed 7. None of the shooters were known to be employees of the businesses.
Three incidents occurred in businesses generally closed to pedestrian traffic, resulting in 3 killed and 8 wounded. Two shooters committed suicide before law enforcement officers arrived, and 1 committed suicide at another location. Two were current employees, and 1 was a former employee.
Three incidents took place at malls, resulting in 3 killed and 9 wounded. Two of the shooters committed suicide before law enforcement arrived. One shooter fled the scene; he was arrested several hours later. None of the shooters were known to be mall employees.
2016 and 2017
Seventeen of the 50 incidents occurred in areas of commerce, resulting in 85 killed and 98 wounded.
Twelve incidents occurred in business environments generally open to the public, resulting in 70 killed (49 in one incident) and 79 wounded (53 in one incident). One law enforcement officer was killed, and three were wounded in two of the incidents. One of the shooters wore body armor. Four of the shooters were current employees of the various businesses. Two citizens possessing valid firearms permits neutralized the shooter in one incident. One citizen possessing a valid firearms permit was wounded before he could fire at the shooter. Seven shooters were apprehended, three shooters were killed by police and two shooters committed suicide.
Four incidents occurred in business environments generally closed to pedestrian traffic, resulting in 10 killed and 19 wounded. One shooter was a current employee; three were former employees. Two shooters were killed by police, and two committed suicide.
One incident occurred at a mall, resulting in five killed and none wounded. The shooter fled the scene; he was apprehended the next day in a nearby city.
Sixteen of the 27 incidents occurred in areas of commerce, resulting in 41 killed and 61 wounded (22 from injuries incidental to the shooting).
Nine incidents occurred in business environments generally open to the public, resulting in 27 killed (including one business owner) and 44 wounded (21 from injuries incidental to the shooting—15 in one incident). In one incident, one unarmed security officer was killed from gunfire, and one law enforcement officer was killed from friendly fire. None of the shooters were known to be employees of the businesses. One shooter deployed smoke grenades; another shooter had smoke grenades in his backpack, but did not deploy them. Armed and unarmed citizens neutralized the shooter in four incidents. Three shooters were apprehended at other locations, two after being confronted by citizens; three shooters were killed at the scene, two by law enforcement and one by citizens; and three shooters committed suicide at the scene, one after being confronted by citizens.
Seven incidents occurred in business environments generally closed to pedestrian traffic, resulting in 14 killed (including one manager and the ex-wife of one of the shooters) and 17 wounded (one from injuries incidental to the shooting). Four shooters were current employees and two shooters, though not employees, had grievances against the businesses. One shooter was apprehended at the scene, one shooter was killed by law enforcement at the scene, and five shooters committed suicide, two before police arrived at the scene, two after police arrived, and one at another location.