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Jul 23, 2019 / 8:00AM - 9:00AM City of Pompano, Pompano Beach, FL

ACTIVE THREAT RESPONSE PROGRAM FOR BUSINESSES (ATRPB) Pre-Brief for City of Pompano Beach

Session 7 of 7:Employees at the City of Pompano Beach will be pre-briefed as to the ATRPB program that will take place on 8/22/19.>>CLOSED EVENT<<
Jul 25, 2019 / 3:15PM - 4:45PM South Florida PBS, Boynton Beach, FL

SPEAKER PRESENTATION: Terror in the Workplace- South Florida PBS

Guardian Defense instructor >>Jared Gross<< will be presenting: Five Immediate Actions You Must Know When Confronted By An Active Threat to team members at South Florida PBS.>>CLOSED EVENT<<
Aug 5, 2019 / 8:30AM - 12:30PM Orangewood Christian School, Maitland, FL

Active Threat Response Program for Schools (ATRPS): Orangewood Christian School

The half-day option of the Active Threat Response Program for Schools (ATRPS) will be implemented to the staff at Orangewood Christian School.>>CLOSED EVENT<<
Aug 19, 2019 / 8:30AM - 1:00PM Katz Hillel Day School, Boca Raton, FL

ACTIVE THREAT RESPONSE PROGRAM FOR SCHOOLS (ATRPS): HALF-DAY REFRESHER- Katz Hillel Day School

A half-day refresher of the Active Threat Response Program for Schools (ATRPS) will be implemented to the staff at Katz Hillel Day School.>>CLOSED EVENT<<
Aug 22, 2019 / 8:00AM - 11:00AM City of Pompano, Pompano Beach, FL

ACTIVE THREAT RESPONSE PROGRAM FOR BUSINESSES (ATRPB) PART II- City of Pompano Beach

Part II of the Active Threat Response Program for Businesses (ATRPB) Mock Scenarios will be implemented to the employees at the City of Pompano Beach.>>CLOSED EVENT<<
Nov 15, 2019 / 10:00AM - 11:15AM Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL

Conference Speaker: NAYS Youth Sports Congress

Guardian Defense President and Co-Founder, Steven S. Smith, will be presenting the following presentation to the attendees of the NAYS Youth Sports Congress:  When Terror Strikes at a Youth Sporting Event: Planning and Response  Active shooter incidents have occurred in schools, workplaces, cinemas, and open-air environments, such as concerts. Indoor and outdoor sporting events are no exception. When safety is the #1 priority of our youth, learning how to respond to a threat while at practice or a game is critical to any program. Learn actions your coaches must take if confronted with a potentially dangerous situation that will protect your athletes. Then, learn tips to jumpstart planning efforts! Participant will: 1.    Learn the five immediate actions one must take when confronted by a threat at a sporting event or other public place2.    Understand how to potentially prevent an incident through situational awareness3.    Jumpstart planning efforts by creating an outline for written policies for a threat within your organization To register or find out more about this conference, please visit >>this link<<.