D4's training programs are unique. We leverage over 80 years' combined law enforcement experience to provide our clients a proactive approach for preventing violent incidents and maximizing survivability. Will you survive a terrorist attack, domestic violence, workplace violence, or an active assailant attack?
Our program provides clients the skills and tools necessary for early identification of risks and target hardening to keep violent offenders out of a building while mitigating their ability to move freely. Our thoughtfully planned safe rooms quickly lock down to safeguard the innocent until law enforcement arrives.
When to run from a threat to safety is a critical life-saving consideration. While escape may be the right approach for some businesses, is it the right response in a classroom or care facility? Our professional training provides for a practical and customized response for your facility.
Our TECC training is customized for your group's experience level and is designed to save lives post-incident when people are injured.
Invest in this one-day training session to learn the skills that may save your life and the lives of others.
Over 80 years combined experience training for safer schools, hospitals, businesses, and places of worship
Robert is a Colorado State Certified Science Teacher at an alternative high school for at risk students in Castle Rock Colorado and has worked in public schools since 2004.
He is also the team leader for building security and crisis emergencies.
Prior to teaching, he served 13 years with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, as a highly trained tactical law enforcement officer and teacher/trainer.
Robert has over 25 years of experience in law enforcement and education and has received numerous awards for his work in both fields.
Robert is a subject matter expert in tactics, techniques, and protocols used in crisis incidents and has a diverse training background in school and workplace safety.
His presentation: “Who's Responsibility Is It?” will leave attendees with one thought in mind: "Get actively involved in school and workplace safety."
Jeff recently retired as the Director of Public Safety for the Desert Sands Unified School District in La Quinta, CA.
He has served 25 years in undercover and tactical operations for law enforcement and was a sergeant for the Reno, NV police department. Jeff specializes as a law enforcement and school safety liaison, having consulted on numerous recent high profile school tragedies.
He researched and authored School Emergency Management – A Practical Approach to Implementation.
Jeff currently serves as President, Project Manager, and is the Lead Trainer & Consultant for both School Safety Operations, Inc. and D4Training.
D4 Emergency Planning and Response for Resort Security
Presented by D4 Training, Division of School Safety Operations, Inc.
February 6, 2018
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Grand Sierra Resort and Casino
2500 E. Second Street, Reno, Nevada
or mail payment to: School Safety Operations, Inc.
1501 San Elijo Road, South, Suite 104-431, San Marcos, CA 92078
Or contact Jeff Kaye:
email@example.com or 775.233.8317
Jeff Kaye, President of School Safety
Bruce Kirby, D4 Trainer for School Safety Operations, Inc.
Michael Johnson, Tactical Trainer for Z-Medica
Addressing the four “D’s” of emergency management:
Emergency Response Planning
Active Assailant Response
Lockdown and Lock Out Procedures
Infrastructure Target Hardening
Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
Threat Assessment of Verbal and Non-Verbal Physical Cues
Mental Awareness and Emergency Response Mindset
Accepting Emergency Response
Immediate Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (Stop The Bleed)
Continuity Of Operations Planning
School Safety Operations is a dedicated team of school safety and tactical law enforcement professionals with over 100 collective years experience. Let's work together to ensure your schools, administrators, faculty and campuses are both compliant and thoroughly prepared for the inevitable.
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