ABC7 San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose: Bay Area nonprofit offers active shooter preparedness courses
Active shooters in workplaces and public spaces are more frequent. In the Bay Area in these last two months, multiple events and others around the nation have National VIPS (Violent Intruder Preparedness Solutions) in high demand.
KRON 4 Evening News: What Would You do in an Active Shooter Situation?
Today marks one week since a woman opened fire at the YouTube campus in San Bruno injuring three people before killing herself and tonight Bay Area residents are being asked, what would you do in an active shooter situation. KRON 4's Rob Fladeboe is live tonight with details about a hands on seminar where people are being asked to consider that.
KCBS: What to do During an Active Shooter Incident
Many Bay Area residents are asking what to do during an active shooter situation. To help people prepare for the worst, a South Bay company is conducting training sessions. Kerry Harris, is the co-founder of National Violent Intruder Preparedness Solutions.
‘We’re Not Prepared’: San Jose Fire Department Still Working on Active Shooter Training, Policy
The San Jose Fire Department is well trained for a biological or chemical attack, but in an active shooter situation firefighters say they are not as prepared as they want to be if that shooter is still on the loose. Kerry Harris, of National Violent Intruder Preparedness Solutions comments.
Fox40 Sacramento: Surviving an Active Shooter Situation
Mass shootings have unfortunately become all too common. Kerry Harris and Dan Davis, both of National Violent Intruder Preparedness Solutions, join FOX40 in the studio to talk about what you need to know in the event you find yourself in an active shooter situation.
Mercury News: Active shooter situations: Should you run or hide?
National Violent Intruder Preparedness Solutions, conducted an active shooter training session for businesses and individuals. “Trust your instincts,” said retired Los Gatos police Sgt. Kerry Harris, the company’s co-founder who led the training. “If your instincts tell you to get away, get away.”
Parkland, Florida and the YouTube shooting remind us that active shooter incidents are happening and we need to have an awareness of how to survive. Retired law enforcement professionals and cofounders of National Violent Intruder Preparedness Solutions Kerry
WBUR NPR Radio Boston: How Should A Workplace Prepare For An Active Shooter?
San Bernardino has reminded us that workplace programs to prepare for an active shooter are becoming the new norm. Kerry Harris, co-founder of National Violent Intruder Preparedness Solutions and a retired law enforcement veteran talks about what you need to know if you find yourself in an active shooter situation.
Expert: There Is No Single Answer To Preventing A School Shooting
Schools across the country are re-evaluating safety on campus following Friday deadly events at Santa Fe High School in Texas. But is there a “right way” to prevent these shootings from happening? “It takes a holistic approach,” said Dan Davis, a co-founder of National Violent Intruder Preparedness Solutions. “There’s no one solution to this.”
National VIPS featured in "THE Classroom Management Book" 2nd Edition by Harry K. Wong and Rosemary T. Wong
It thrilled us when internationally acclaimed authors and educators of teachers Harry and Rosemary Wong invited us at National VIPS to author a section on Surviving a School Active Shooter in their revised 2nd edition of The Classroom Management Book. See our contribution on pages 116 and 117 of their new book.
Our Lady of Fatima Villa Attends Local "Violent Intruders" Preparedness Training
Our Lady of Fatima Villa believes in being prepared and attends Bi-Annual Santa Clara Valley Emergency Preparedness Healthcare Coalition meeting at O’Connor Hospital. “It was a good meeting with interesting and relevant topics. The entire staff at Our Lady of Fatima Villa believes that we need to be prepared