Posts Tagged with "church shootings"

Church Safety

Monday, September 15, 2014


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  This is a guest post written by long-time police trainer Ron Borsch.  Ron has been a friend for many years and has done more research on active killer events than likely anyone else in the world.   Ron is now semi-retired and looking to write a little more.  He will be contributing a few […]

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Your Tactical Training Scenario…Violence at Church

Thursday, April 4, 2013


Ohio Church Shooting

  Written by Greg Ellifritz     Are you prepared to deal with an armed threat in your place of worship? Maybe you should pay more attention to the nature of the potential threat. When we look at all Rapid Mass Murders that have occurred in this country, we find that the second most common […]

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Critique of the Sikh Temple Shooting Video…6 Points to Ponder

Tuesday, September 11, 2012



    Yesterday, police officials in Oak Creek Wisconsin released dash cam footage of the Sikh Temple shooting.  The video is quite instructive for both police officers and any armed citizens who might respond to an active shooter event.  Watch the three minute video at the link below:   Sikh Temple incident dash-cam video released […]

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Another Active Shooter Stopped by Citizen Intervention

Saturday, September 8, 2012



      Most of the Active Shooters who are physically stopped during the commission of their crimes are stopped by courageous citizens, not the police.  Often those events are not well publicized in the media.     The trend continued with a shooting in Louisville, Kentucky last Thursday evening.     A man who […]

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Active Killer Response- The Sikh Temple Incident

Monday, August 13, 2012



  I’ve been reading all the information available about the mass shooting at the Sikh Temple in Wisconsin last week.  It’s another tragedy that shares some of the same characteristics as other active killer events that seem to be happening on a more regular basis of late.  Most of the advice I have already written […]

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