The Active Shooter Research Center is developing real solutions for use against active shooters in schools and in the workplace. We have done ballistic testing of workplace equipment and are developing security measures to be taken in a shooting situation. We do consulting and teaching of defensive measures that can be taken against an active shooter. We are experienced in executive protection of high level targets as well as being held at gunpoint by an agitated or depressed potential shooter.
Dedicated to developing ways to save lives.
“The training is excellent I might add. I teach research and presenting evidence and I know a well done piece of work when I see one. Thank you again for this vital training. Even those who take violence lightly or as if it can not happen to them have been given a rare opportunity to prepare.” Shirley Johnson, Professor
“It really changed my attitude and will influence my behavior toward protecting my students. I can’t speak for all the other women in the audience, but this totally educated me and made an impact. Thanks again, Ken for sharing this information with us in a way that all of us could understand and use.” Cathy Adams, Professor
The fact that campus community members that will receive this information thanks to your work, can help themselves by reacting quickly and very possibly “save lives”. You are to be commended….” Suzanne Dugan, Minnesota State University
“It was wonderful, very powerful.” Reba Carroll, M.A. GCDF, Department Chair of General Education.
“Thank you so much for the training you provided to our employees this morning. One of your objectives was to change people’s “mindset” and you certainly did that for me. Due to a recent employee situation, of which I’m sure you’re aware, for the first time, I have been thinking about a shooter scenario at work and what I would (or should) do. Now, rather than “cowering” and simply being a helpless, passive victim, I feel as if I’ve been empowered with the knowledge to take a proactive role in my and others’ survival. Again, thank you for taking the time to share your expertise.” Tammy Kaelin, Director of Special Projects.