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  • The Increase In Private Security

    The private security industry is expanding at a swift pace. Although the need to protect individuals and companies has always existed, as the threat level in this country continues to […]

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  • Social Hacking Security

    An important aspect in the protection of individuals and corporate clients is risk assessment into physical social hacking. We are in a society whereso much exposure comes from internet computer […]

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  • Training For Armed Security Officers

    The training necessary is much like that of the non-armed security officers, however the armed security officer training has some more rules and regulations. Here at RIP USA these extra […]

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  • Abandon Goal Zero, Rethink Your Recordables, and Move to Zero Harm

    April 15, 2021

    Recently, I chatted live on Facebook with Joe Kopko, risk manager and board-certified safety professional with Hub International. Over the course of an hour, we discussed several safety topics, but […]

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  • Another Blog Post On Failure: Is It Winner or Letdown? Let Me Know.

    April 9, 2021

    Fail fast. Fail forward. Failure is a gift. Failure is an option. These are just a few of the tens of book titles in the last few years on the […]

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  • A Path To A New Standard From The Tragedy In Denver

    November 9, 2020

    In Denver, on October 6th, Lee Keltner was tragically killed in broad daylight by Matthew Dolloff, an unlicensed “security guard” hired by a news station covering an organized protest. The […]

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  • Why You Should Hire A BodyGuard

    November 3, 2020

    When considering the thought of hiring a bodyguard, many often consider if they really need one. If you are considering getting a bodyguard, the chances are that you most likely […]

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  • How To Fly On The Graph Of Life

    October 20, 2020

    My United States Army unit was stationed in Iraq for a while. Live combat and heavy firefights were the norm. Even so, I never truly experienced fear until one day […]

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