Updates from AEGIS

Debrief – Active Shooter at YouTube HQ

Yesterday, a woman named Nasim Najafi Aghdam shot three people at the YouTube headquarters in Bruno, California. After shooting the workplace, she shot and killed herself, according to police. The investigation is still underway as YouTube and parent company Google work with authorities; so far, it is believed Aghdam was motivated to commit this act […]
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Active Shooter Preparedness Research Report

The Everbridge Emergency Management and Safety (EMS) Solutions Active Shooter Preparedness Research Report found that while companies view active shooter situations to be a major concern, they are still not tackling the problem. Organizations need to focus on preparing and educating their staff to be able to manage such a situation. AEGIS Security & Investigations […]
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North Park Elementary Active Shooter Highlights Harsh Reality Of Intimate Partner Violence

Whether it’s terrorism, workplace related violence, or intimate partner violence, tragedies occur that result in loss of life and mass disruption of the individuals and workplaces targeted. Karen Elaine Smith, the teacher who was gunned down in her North Park Elementary classroom along with 8-year-old student Jonathan Martinez, may not have known about her husband’s […]
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Fort Lauderdale Airport Shooting – How to survive an active shooter, #RunHideFight

http://abcnews.go.com/US/shooter-custody-incident-fort-lauderdale-airport-injuries-reported/story?id=44602546 Around 9:55 a.m. (Eastern Standard Time) today, shots were heard in the Fort Lauderdale Airport. By the afternoon, the airport had been evacuated and reports were released that at least nine people were injured. By 2:00 p.m. (EST), it was reported that 5 people were killed and the gunman Esteban Santiago was in custody. […]
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Bomb Threat Security Training

Hosting an internal bomb threat training in your organization could be the difference between life and death. Legoland Florida Resort’s on Oct. 13, 2016 received a bomb threat and ensured the safe evacuation of all guests and employees from its 150-acre property, but the theme park’s scare put the reality of bomb threats back into […]
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