Provides A New Level Of Protection
Dramatically Increases The Survival Rate Of Innocent Lives
Incorporates The Latest Advancements In Technology And Communication
Encompasses Multiple Levels Of Specialized Training For Civilians, Law Enforcement and Military
An active shooter can kill 39 people + under 13 minutes
1 in 4 mass shooting victims were identified as children and teens.
1 in 3 mass shootings involved a shooter that was legally prohibited from possessing firearms at the time of the shooting.
67% of all active shootings ended before any emergency first responders or dispatched law enforcement units arrived on scene.
Mass shootings can occur anywhere with 23 killed and 22 wounded at the Cielo Vista Walmart Supercenter Store #2021 In El Paso, Texas.
Many first responders are also shot or killed on scene during first response to an active shooter like Police Officer Eric Talley, who was one of 10 people killed during the shooting at King Soopers on March 22, 2021. Police Officer Talley was shot and killed after he led his fellow officers and actively engaged the gunman following calls that were made to 911.
As of July 1, 2021 the number of mass shootings in the United States is now 20 percent higher than the previous year in 2020, which itself was 30 percent higher than the previous year high.
According to the Gun Violence Archive (GVA), which compiled data from cities across the country showing hundreds of injuries and deaths over a 72-hour period, the Fourth of July weekend to date was the most violent weekend in the United States so far this year with roughly 233 people killed and hundreds more injured. The organization reported numbers exceeding 600 injuries and is still finalizing numbers collected from police, media and government sources in real time.
Many law enforcement agencies across the nation continue to struggle in order to find new solutions for active shooter prevention as even ALICE which has been promoted as a primary active shooter training program and based on having teachers and students for example to confront gunmen head on has even proven not to be effective as reported by a TRACE investigation in 2021.
In order to effectively respond to this dilemma, the U.S. Protective Service has developed SENTINEL 07 which is the first program of its kind to encompass specialized location specific reactive response training combined with advanced technology based automated layered protection counter-measures in response to these continuously growing mass shooting threats nationwide.
CLIENT IDENTIFICATION - NDA Required
LARGE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION - High School
SITE LOCATION 1200 STUDENTS/TEACHERS - Grades 9-12
SECURITY ANALYSIS - SWOT Conducted
A U.S. Protective Service SENTINEL 07 Site Team was deployed to the educational institution in order to conduct a dedicated LS-VTR Location Specific Vulnerability, Threat and Risk Assessment, which provided the foundation for DNA mapping.
Upon the completion of the LS-VTR assessment by the SENTINEL 07 site team, many vulnerabilities were identified including a total of three unsecured rooftop entry points based on X31 drone detection in correlation with the additional discovery of internal and external surveillance vulnerabilities.
Based on the implementation of SENTINEL 07 the educational institution acquired a higher level of proactive protection against active shooter, action of violence and civil unrest incidents.
For additional SENTINEL 07 information please contact Senior Advisor Norwood at: email@example.com