RyPul Threat Assessments School Campus Safety Experts to Combat Active Shooters
An Idea That Can Actually Save the Lives of Children at School
Oct. 28, 2017 - LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- With the number of active shootings on or near school campuses in the United States continuing at an alarming rate; expert security consultants in the field of protective security, product manufacturing, and school safety has decided to deliver a suite of physical protective products that have been tested and proven to stop bullets fired from multiple caliber weapons to include the AR-15 automatic rifle.
Mr. Warren the CEO of RyPul Threat Assessments states that “These random acts of violence are not going to stop and we are coming together in order to make a difference by protecting the lives of children on our campuses with our proven products, we have to do better for our children and educators, we are joining efforts to become a stronger force to deal with the problem of public shootings, as everyone deserves to a have a safe school or workplace for their kids and employees.”
RyPul Threat Assessments will bring expertise and awareness to the public by highlighting the on-going problem of how to deal effectively with "Active Shooters" on our school campuses and public spaces as well as bring awareness to the public that a Bullet Resistant Protection System designed specifically for classrooms, residential homes and commercial spaces is available and affordable.
The three-step system, which includes bullet resistant door shields, wireless remote door locks, and blast and smash resistant window laminates has been designed, tested and installed by this protective security company is already at work in school systems, homes and business around the country.
These products are providing effective lifesaving coverage at this very moment according to Warren the CEO of RyPul Threat Assessments, Pulley also states “We may not be able to stop the violent acts but we can reduce the risk of death and protect our children, teachers, and employees from being hurt in the same way that the banking, food service and airlines industries protect their people: by placing them behind bullet-resistant protective barriers.” The products have received a lot of media coverage and have been tested and demonstrated around the country to school systems, business owners, and residential home builders and have been favorably received.
Mr. Pulley states “People will continue to talk about how to stop active shooters, meanwhile kids keep dying. This protection simply stops bullets once they are fired. I’ve studied this system for myself and find it to be simple and extraordinary, I recommend all schools put this in place today, the time for talk is over.”
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Everbridge and Emergency Management and Safety (EMS) Solutions recently conducted a survey around active shooter preparedness and found organizations are overwhelmingly concerned about violent acts – such as active shooter situations – taking place in their buildings or on campus. Despite this concern, the majority of respondents said they were not properly prepared for an active shooter event.
Public and private organizations have long sought to prepare themselves for natural disasters, severe weather and other large-scale incidents that can pose dangers to employees, visitors, students, patients and customers. But in recent years, the increased frequency of deadly active shooter incidents has elevated these events to top-of-mind for anyone responsible for the well-being of those people and the continuity of their business.
Advance planning and training are the keys to maximizing the safety of your people, but they also play a key role in the continuity of your business. Active shooter events have repercussions that extend well beyond their actual duration, so knowing what to do before, during and after will help create an atmosphere of security and stability. This may seem like common sense, but as Everbridge learned through its comprehensive 2016 survey, Active Shooter Preparedness, what makes sense isn’t always what is being done.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation defines an “active shooter” as “an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a populated area.” Alongside data from the FBI about active shooter incidents since the year 2000, this report presents the results from the survey to provide the perspective of nearly 900 leaders from business, academia and government on where their organizations stand in terms of awareness, preparedness and practice. These will provide insights – many of them real eye-openers – about the state of readiness for active shooter events across a broad swath of industries and organizations.
We also include recommendations from Regina Phelps, founder of Emergency Management and Safety Solutions. Ms. Phelps is an internationally recognized expert in the field of emergency management and contingency planning. She has provided consultation and speaking services to clients on four continents since 1982 and is the author of From Response to Recovery: Conducting Successful Exercises. This report also touches on insights from Everbridge on critical components of a comprehensive emergency communications system so organizations can minimize both the immediate impact and enduring consequences on your personnel and your business from active shooter incidents and other workplace violence.
The reality of the modern world is that we all must be prepared for the worst. We hope that this report gives you tools and information you can use to ensure that your company is as prepared as it can possibly be.
Active shooter drill tests Choctaw Nation Childcare Center safety measures
Choctaw Nation hosts active shooter drill
By Brittany Harlow | Posted: Mon 6:40 PM, Dec 05, 2016 | Updated: Mon 7:09 PM, Dec 05, 2016
DURANT, Okla. (KXII) -- The Choctaw Nation puts new safety measures into action at its childcare center.
An active shooter training drill was held at the Child Development building Monday in Durant.
The children were asleep for nap time on Monday during the training drill -- unaware that every door in the center was locked simultaneously with the touch of a button.
It's part of a three part system, including bulletproof door panels and door glass.
"It brought tears to my eyes," Sage Dyer said. "It's the best thing to know that these kids are not going to go through the trauma that others have gone through."
Dyer, a member of the Choctaw Nation who is the inventor of the safety doors, said she came up with the idea after an influx of shootings in California.
“Everybody was talking about mental health legislation and better gun control and those are all great things but it wasn’t stopping the bullets,” Dyer said. “And no one was addressing how to stop the bullet from entering the classroom. And then my nephew went into lockdown at his school.”
RyPul Threat Assessment Specialists from Eastvale CA Conduct Active Shooter Drill
Jamie Whorton works at the center, which her 2-year-old daughter attends.
“I am so thankful because I just don’t know what I would do if anything ever happened to her,” Whorton said.
Whorton said despite not being a tribal member, she feels like she and her daughter are protected like one of their own.
Center supervisor Lauren Scott said the idea of a school shooting has weighed heavy on her mind in recent times.
“And every time I do see something on the news, you know, about some children that were hurt at school or something it does make me think first about this center and what I would do and what actions and steps I would take to protect my staff and the children,” Scott said.
The Choctaw Nation tells us they plan to outfit at least three more centers with this new technology.