October 18th Webinar Series 3: Active Shooter Prevention & Response

Oct. 18, 2022

This event was originally held on October 18, 2022 and is now available for on demand viewing.
Sponsor: Aiphone, Bold Group, Evolv Technologies, Genetec, Milestone &  NAPCO, IP Video
Duration: 1 Hour

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A comprehensive campus security approach involves the entire education community – including teachers, staff, parents, students, and law enforcement. However, administrators have the discretion and day-to-day responsibilities to make the largest impact. Everyone involved with our schools has a responsibility to help provide a safe environment in which teachers can instruct and children can learn without fear. Campus administrators can step up and make the decisions that lead to true security. It is important to take preventative measures now, before the next school shooting. 

Presented By

Andy Phelps
Security Technologies K12 Sales Support Specialist

Andy Phelps is NAPCO Security Technologies K12 Sales Support Specialist. He has over forty years of security experience, spanning all facets of security, as a law enforcement officer, a certified locksmith, owner, and operator, and as an expert in physical security, electronic access control & security systems technologies. Amidst introducing a wide range of school security solutions and applications, he frequently speaks on two popular K-12 school security/safety protocols, i.e., SAVI ™ (Security Access-Control Vulnerability Index Threat Assessment) and PASS ™ School Safety & Security Guidelines, Tiers 3 & 4 (Partner Alliance for Safer Schools).

Craig Gundry, PSP, cATO
Vice President of Special Projects
Critical Intervention Services

Craig is the VP of Special Projects for Critical Intervention Services and consultant with over 30-years of specialized focus on managing risks of mass homicide. In addition, Craig is an expert witness on school security and was a technical committee member for ASIS International’s new WVPI-2020/AA, Workplace Violence and Active Assailant - Prevention, Intervention, and Response Standard.

Craig also provides expert commentary for national news organizations and is a columnist for Workplace Violence Today magazine. He is also a TEDx presenter and speaker at conferences worldwide on topics related to school violence and mass homicide.

Gerald G.Wilkins 
President and CEO
Wilkins Investigative Group.

Gerald G.Wilkins, PSP is a graduate of Salisbury University, a graduate of the FBI Citizens Academy, an active member of the USCG AUX, and a licensed Private Investigator (MD). He owns and serves as President and CEO of Wilkins Investigative Group, Inc. and Security Products Marketing, Inc. (SPM) and is co-owner and Vice President of Active Risk Survival, Inc. (ARS). In addition to providing lectures, training classes, security, and loss prevention services, he has an established record for consulting and brokerage services, improving operational efficiencies and assisting business owners with pre-sale preparations for added value and successful resale. 

Certifications and Qualifications include:
• ASIS Board Certified Physical Security Professional
• Homeland Security Specialist (LSU)
• NRA Range Safety Officer Certificate
• Rescue Task Force Operator Certificate in Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC/RTF)• ICS-339 Division Group Supervisor Certificate
• NFPA 3000 Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response Program Specialist Certificate

Brian Hackenberg
Mid-Atlantic Account Executive

Brian Hackenberg is a Mid-Atlantic Account Executive for Genetec providing innovative security solutions for the Public Sector including K-12 & Higher Education. Brian is responsible for the security technology transformation of Genetec's Public Sector End User Customers and Channel Partners. Brian has spent 20+ years supporting Public Sector/SLED, Commercial IT, Physical Security/Access Control and Low Voltage technology operations before joining Genetec in 2021 .

Moderator: Steve Lasky
Editorial Director

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