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Dave Young
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Real world solutions for real world threats!
Real world solutions for real world threats!

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I am finishing up a great week of training with Anthony Sherman training officers across the country in Birmingham, Alabama. Visit our website to sign up for your FREE "Seven Proven Tactics for Preventing and Managing Conflict in your Work and Personal Lives." www.vistelar.com

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Throughout time there has always been the ones willing to sacrifice all for life, liberty and freedom.

We call them patriots, I call them friends. They stand in front of the flag to protect it as they do to everyone who dishonors the flag.

We who understand this call that our "CODE Of HONOR", the rest do not understand.

To the ones who have sacrificed their all these are my friends and to my friends I say "THANK YOU" and to the rest of the groups enjoy your BBQ....

Semper Fi and God Bless!
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Just received a phone call from a contact in The Bronx about the Active Shooter Attack in the Hospital.

A former employee (doctor) dressed in a white lab coat carrying a rifle, shot a few people then took him own life.

Always amazes me of the lack of awareness people. Even though a white lab coat can easily conceal a rifle, it is very hard not to look at a person to get a hint that something it wrong, at least check their ID badge

They might be caring something underneath their lab coat; of course they didn't mention anything about a sling; and I doubt he was tactically trained to even properly conceal a rifle. Which adds more questions as why other staff members did not verbally challenge their own staff.

Casualties could have been higher if he continued to advance to other targets before taking his own life.

Many people will be trying to answer the question why he did it when as professionals they should've been asking why didn't they see it occur.

It is a shame organizations only train their people to put out fires when in reality if they taught him how to smell smoke they would quicker to manage it rather then just putting the fire out!

Prior to this actual incident I'm sure they were outbursts in the workplace, there were verbal threats, there were conversations between staff and even patients.

There's a reason our company has a phrase titled "Treat people with dignity by showing them respect"
Is the first step to manage situations from escalating.

It is sad we have to look at our lives this way,"But the person we piss off today, might be the person who returns tomorrow with more in their hands then clinched fists!

https://www.google.com/amp/abcnews.go.com/amp/US/police-responding-reports-active-shooter-york-hospital/story%3Fid%3D48378737

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