Security CPTED Surveys can be conducted on a residence, retail store, office building, warehouse, church, entertainment venue or any location that may be the target of criminals. Surveys are charged and an hourly rate, the size of the venue will dictate the total cost. A report is provided for each venue surveyed, that includes suggestions to help deter criminal activity. Some suggestions may involve a simple no-cost change whereas others may be more complicated.
All presentations and trainings require a non-refundable deposit and then an hourly rate. The presentations normally last one hour whereas hands-on training is normally for two hours. All presentations and trainings can be adjusted for the student’s pace, ability level and other requirements.
Personal Safety, a few simple common-sense changes to your daily routine life and information about dangers to be aware of can help to keep you and your family safe. Anti-Theft, for your retail business, concepts to deter theft through design and employee interaction. Anti-Robbery training for banks and financial institutions, preparation for a robbery helps you survive a robbery safely if one occurs. Church Security, simple changes to the layout of your church or procedures of security staff can help protect the congregation from harm. Active Shooter, planning ahead and being prepared can reduce the impact if this happens when you’re out and about. Implementing procedures at your business can help protect coworkers if the threat comes to you. Drills can be set up at your business to allow employees to practice the procedures learned.
Self Defense training is charged at the same hourly rate no matter how many people attend. The more people attending the cheaper ‘per person’ the training is. But the more students in a class the less individual instruction each student gets. You should not have to train every week for years just to be able to defend yourself, you should be able to do so from day one. This training uses natural movements and automated responses to help you defend yourself. Your attacker is going to pounce when you appear to be your weakest and unprepared to defend yourself.
Security Team Training, having spent ten years in the security industry, working bars, clubs, concerts, and other events I’ve built up a good knowledge of the best way to deal with various safety issues in ‘the business’. Training includes, how to de-escalate unruly patrons, how to safely remove them from the venue, how to work as a security team, and how to deal with the police. This is a difficult position as you need more than self-defense training.
Lockdown Training, if you have had active threat (shooter) training, you have the concepts in place and have a plan of how you will respond to a real incident. You may have safe rooms set up to shelter in if needed and various members of staff or volunteers who will fulfill various roles in an emergency situation. But have you tested the concept with a drill? Practice helps to highlight where you plans may fail before the cost of failure is unacceptable.