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DHS School Safety Guide

DHS School Safety Guide

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Anchorman, Inc. Door Barricade Compliance Memo

Active Crisis Tool Compliance

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Guide for Preventing and Responding to School Violence

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A STUDY OF THE PRE-ATTACK BEHAVIORS OF ACTIVE SHOOTERS

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Emergency Lockdowns & Exigent Circumstances

Is barricading the door during an active shooter attack dangerous and illegal? There are occasionally comments on our Facebook page like the ones below regarding our temporary door barricade.  As long as these concerns are coming from teachers, parents, and school employees, and not from the Builder’s Hardware Manufacturer’s Association (who bring nothing to the […]

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Anchorman, Inc. Life Safety Brief

DOJ & FBI: 2016 / 2017 ActiveShooter Update  

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Anchorman, Inc. Life Safety Brief

Initiative Based Evolving Strategies & Tactics Our response to a person suggesting the idea of making our door barricade “centrally controlled.” Our door barricade lockdown concept from the beginning was to be analog.  Dependence on fine motor skills, electricity, a computer program, or having to think of a code number, or finding a slide card […]

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Anchorman, Inc. Life Safety Brief

Initiative Based Evolving Strategies & Tactics Sid Heal states in his book “Field Command”: Crisis by its very nature are plagued with confusion and chaos…  Events can unfold quickly and typically require an immediate response.  Consequently, normal and routine procedures are interrupted. High-stress situations are typically complex and unpredictable.  Their cause or immediate nature may be […]

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Put Appointed Bureaucrats On A Leash!

One of the Best Practices recommended for active assailant incidents is door barricading.  It is recommended and approved by the FBI, DOJ, FEMA, the Department of Education, the Association of Chiefs of Police, NASRO, and the A.L.I.C.E. Institute to name a few.  This list also includes multiple states and local jurisdictions where legislatures and code […]

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Applied vs Theoretical-Do They Know The Difference?

“Applied” critical thinking and “applied” physics? The pictured device is a typical ideation of what product importers and salespersons theoretically think is needed for active assailant Lockdowns and Lockouts. An understanding of applied physics as it relates to door strength and vulnerabilities immediately tells the experienced tactical clinician this locking device is in the VERY […]

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