Campus Security News

LESC Links April 8th 2010

Private detectives volunteer for intelligence gathering

Over 25,000 private detectives across the country will offer their services to Delhi Police in gathering intelligence to prevent any untoward incident during the upcoming Commonwealth Games.

Collaborative efforts and intersecting ideas, I like the idea! ~Fred

Tactics: Applying Methods to Madness

The tactical dimension of dealing with conflict and violence is built on the foundation of strategic and operational elements. (We’ll talk about the lost operational art next week) The tactical dimension is the when and the where of the situation, the  time and place.

Tranquility To Tragedy Critical Strategies for Active Shooter Preparedness, Response, and Recovery

March 11th I was invited to The United States Military Academy West Point to speak on the evolution of strategy and tactics to ongoing deadly action "Active Shootings" and operational art.

The seminar was set up by Dr. Christopher Hennen the Director of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security U.S. Army Garrison-West Point.

The seminar was designed to alert, enlighten and educate about the challenges and potential remedies associated with active shooter violence.

Columbine anniversary reminds school officials, police preparedness is key By Keith Ferguson

A month away from the 11th anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting, Walpole police and school officials say they are prepared if anything like that tragedy were to happen locally.

“The issue is nobody thinks it’s going to happen to them and that’s dangerous,” said Lt. Fred Leland.

Police recently completed planning books for the Walpole School District and the Norfolk County Agricultural High School in the event of a crisis.

The plans are useful to study, Leland said, but “what good is that book going to do if something is going on?”

LESC Links February 28th 2010

HSTV Presents: Leadership 101

Leadership 101 For Homeland Security Professionals. HSTV talks to Donald E. Vandergriff, a leader development expert, and Terry Shear, the Vice Consul for Homeland Security at the British Embassy about the issues surrounding leadership development in homeland security.

LESC Links February 26th 2010

Case Study: Mumbai

On March 1, HSTV brings you an exclusive case study of the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India. This program follows every step of one of the most meticulously planned and executed terrorist attacks since 9/11.

Starts March 1 at 9:00 am ET.

LESC Links February 24th 2010

What Qualifies as Terrorism?

Ever since Joe Stack flew his plane into the IRS building in Austin, Texas last week, discussion has raged, once again, about how to classify his action.

LESC Links February 18th 2010

Give Police a Seat at the Homeland Security Policy Table, Says Sheriff

Sheriff Lee Baca of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office wants a seat at the federal policymaking table when it comes to issues of protecting the homeland and fighting terrorism.

LESC LINKS February 13th 2010

Alabama shooting: professor charged as three die

A biology professor denied a job promotion has been charged with murder after a shooting at a southern US university left three people dead.

LESC Links February 7th 2010

Basic Firearms Safety Course Walpole VFW Hall on Saturday February 27th 8AM-1PM

This program of instruction is designed to give the student a basic knowledge of
the firearm, so it can be handled and stored safely. The Basic Firearms Safety
Course is designed for Massachusetts’s residents looking to obtain a License to
carry firearms in accordance with the Massachusetts Gun laws. This is a

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