Strategos’ VP of operations explains the necessity of church security.
“Hide and hope is simply picking out where you are going to die.”
Business Development Director Guy Beveridge was interviewed at a church security training in Columbia Falls, Montana.
Strategos trained Lake Hamilton School District personnel to prevail over active shooters.
Insructor Chris DePue teaches an Auburn, Ind., audience to "lock out, get out and take out."
The Strategos' trainer equipped a coalition of congregations in church security.
Strategos' VP of Church Security Ministries led an intruder response seminar at New Beginnings Church of God in Meadville, Pa.
The St. Joseph News-Press consulted Strategos Vice President Mark Warren about security lapses at local schools.
“You must have a higher level of planning and commitment than the shooter.”
"Be aware, be watching. In the event something happens, or you see something, say something."
On the Larry Conner USA Show, the Strategos VP provided insights on school attacks and response strategies.
The Strategos vice president provided expert commentary in the aftermath of a double homicide.
"Most churches don't think an active shooter or active threat can happen to them."
"We've been in business 15 years, and we've seen progressive growth since we've started."
We’re protecting people and property at a time when first-responders are overwhelmed.
Hope is not a valid strategy to counter an active shooter at your church, school or business.
The contract allows Strategos to directly supply government agencies with security training and consulting.
James Greene & Associates endorses the need for preparedness.