Florida airport gunman checked firearm lawfully, investigators say
On-Air with Northern Alliance Radio Network
"It seems to be if all the indications are correct that this would be the first of this style of attack," he said,
He believes it is the first time an attacker checked his weapon while flying and then used it to kill people at the following airport when he landed.
When Danger Lurks, Scripture Calls Us to Watch, Pray — and Be Prepared
Discussing Brussels Terrorist Attack, Syrian Refugees, Minnesota Somalian Terrorist
The increase in global terror attacks — including the recent murder of Father Jacques Hamel in France — highlights the need to address potential threats.
Good Question: Why Can’t We Block Terror Groups From The Internet?
Town & Country Club’s seminar for employees on how to handle active shooter situations and workplace violence proved to be “the absolutely best-received seminar ever conducted for my staff,” General Manager/COO Vincent Tracy said.
A Look at Workplace Violence
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The FBI says the Orlando shooter was, in part, radicalized online.
Police say Omar Mateen called 911 during the attack and pledged allegiance to ISIS.
Company Provides Training To Prevent Workplace Violence
Initially you have to decide if the scope of the problem is big enough to modify your office, shop, or worksite. Currently in the United States, the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) approximates that 2 million workers experience workplace violence each year.
Security, hospitality go hand in hand for parishes
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Thursday’s shooting at a Kansas businesscalled Excel Industries is just the latest case of workplace violence.
The most recent numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics found more than 550 people are killed every year in work-related homicides.
Parishes seek to ramp up security after recent crimes
Staff members, parishioners can play key role in church safety by being attentive, prepared
Along with security issues some parishes regularly face, the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks in Paris have given them another reason to consider whether their security plans are comprehensive.
Experts urge churches to make security plans
RELIGION | While politicians debate gun control, some churches and ministries are dealing with mass shootings their own way: with armed security
Training Programs Aim to Keep Churches Safe
The massacre at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, last week that resulted in the deaths of nine church members has some questioning how such a horrific crime could take place in a house of God.
Minnesota Company Helping Churches Ramp Up Security
Training programs highlight the need for security at church.
Minnesotans had record 185K active permits to carry handgun in 2014
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A Minnesota company has been following what happened in Charleston very closely.
Archway Defense specializes in faith-based security training at churches and other places of worship.
he number of Minnesotans who are legally entitled to carry a handgun reached an all-time high in 2014, with 184,895 active permits by the end of the year, according to a new report from the state.