As an active shooter prevention expert, I’ve had the opportunity to share my knowledge and expertise with organizations and law enforcement agencies across the United States. However, I was recently given an incredible opportunity to share my message with an even broader audience.
I am honored to have been invited to speak as a keynote at the World Police Summit in Dubai on March 6th â€“ 8th 2023. This is an incredible opportunity to speak to global law enforcement leaders and security professionals worldwide and share my expertise on the phenomenon of active shooters and the lessons learned over the past two decades including new prevention strategies.
But what makes this invitation even more special is that I’ve been asked to speak on a specific topic that is close to my heart: RECAPTURING TIME, and the Chaos clock from lessons learned during the organizational and resilience conference within the WPS 2023. This is a powerful tool that I’ve developed to help organizations assess their readiness to respond to an active shooter incident through mitigation efforts, educational briefs, and technology.
During training opportunities, assessments, and educational seminars & symposiums, I’ve used the Chaos clock to help many organizations assess their readiness and develop effective strategies for preventing and responding to active shooter incidents. It’s an honor to have the opportunity to share this tool and my knowledge with law enforcement leaders and security professionals from around the world.
I know that the World Police Summit will be a great opportunity for me to learn from other experts in the field and to share my experiences with others. It’s a chance for me to grow both personally and professionally and to make valuable connections with law enforcement leaders from around the world.
I am grateful for this opportunity, and I look forward to sharing my message with the attendees of the World Police Summit. It’s my hope that by working together, we can prevent active shooter incidents and make our communities safer for everyone.