Active Shooter Work Place Violence

Preparedness for Organizational Management

ISBN: 978-1-7923-5544-8
By: Cameron, James


This book will help guide organizational managagment through Active Shooter/Workplace Violence preparedness. This book will explain what questions need to be asked and how to be better prepared at the organizational level. Topics will include: • Basis Statistics and information • Incident Cycle • Definitions • Organizational Responsibility • Legal Liabilities • Program Management • Lessons Learned • Staff Training


James Cameron

ames Cameron holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Business Information Systems and is an ASIS International Board-Certified Protection Professional, CPP. James has over fifteen years of international security experience having worked in over 15 countries around the world. James is a combat veteran, having earned a Bronze Star for his actions during combat operations as a Sniper in Iraq. James has also worked with the U.S. State Department as a member of the Diplomatic Security Services. There, he served in multiple positions, including Security Shift Leader for the U.S. Ambassador to Iraq and Afghanistan. James has the personal experiences and lessons learned from being involved as a first responder during multiple real-world mass casualty events. While responding to these tragic events his responsibilities have ranged from neutralizing threats to treating the wounded. James opened and continues to operate Security Concepts Group since 2009, where he has raised the standards of preparedness and protection. While others without any real experience give seminars on what “the book answer” says to be correct, he knows and explains what actually works, based on his first-hand experiences.