On Thursday, 28 March 2019, CIS Vice President of Special Projects Craig Gundry presented a leadership workshop on managing risks of chemical and biological attacks (as specifically applied to security professionals) at the 2019 ASIS Europe conference in Rotterdam. This 90 minute workshop explored a diverse range of issues associated with chemical and biological terrorism including an examination of previous attacks, diverse facility attack scenarios, risk management strategy, and practical measures for preventing and responding to chemical and biological attacks in a workplace environment.
Our guys did great in Milan Italy presenting on active shooter events. Great attendance of public and private Public Safety Professionals and tremendous reviews. Awesome job Craig Gundry!
Craig Gundry, VP of Special Projects, had a packed crowd of 200 at the Active Shooter and MTFA attack Seminar in London at the U.K. security Expo.
CIS was honored to once again join the team at John Jay College of Criminal Justice during the 2016 School Security Summit. Craig Gundry, VP of Special Projects, presented a two-hour seminar on Six Common Problems in School Security Planning to an audience of over 50 New York area school administrators and security officials.
CIS Guardian SafeSchool Program® consultants have assisted scores of schools managing risks of active shooter violence and creating safer campus communities. Contact us for more information.
Craig Gundry, Vice President of Special Projects, spoke to 10 News WTSP recently about being prepared in ‘soft target’ areas. To read the full article and see the video clip, click the link below.
Staff Sergeant Michael Marcus, the supervisor of the School Protection Division of Critical Intervention Services (CIS), visited Mrs. Reynolds’ PreK class on Tuesday morning and discussed his role on campus. Known around campus as Officer Mike, he spent about an hour with the kids describing the purpose of each tool on his duty belt, including some entertaining discussion about the handcuffs, the flashlight, the first aid kit and the radio.
This week, CIS introduced the Mathew F Little CCBPI Award at Shorecrest. CCBPI stands for Community & Character Based Protection Initiative, and it is the first award of its kind – presented to a graduating senior who embodies the values of CIS and Shorecrest. It is also the first time CIS has awarded a student.
Craig Gundry, Vice President of Special Projects recently spoke with News Channel 8 about his experience in Brussels and why terrorists may have targeted the subway car and area in the airport.
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In response to increased concerns about terrorism in the wake of the 13 November attacks in Paris, CIS consultants conducted a one-day seminar on managing risks of active shooter violence to a diverse group of European security professionals in Brussels. Students represented over three dozen corporations and government organizations including the European Commission, European External Action Service, European Parliament, and Government of The Netherlands.
Over the past twenty years, CIS consultants have trained over 3,000 security and law enforcement professionals worldwide in managing risks of terrorist violence. Let us assist you in creating a safer workplace community!
When speaking with ABC Action News, Craig Gundry, Vice President of Special Projects, says it comes down to being prepared. One of the big problems is people really don’t know what’s going on.
So how can you feel safer?
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