Join Patrick V. Fiel Sr. at the HR and Employee Benefits Summit as he will discuss risk assessments of the workplace, the shooter’s behavior, innovative security solutions and preparedness, aimed at mitigating this risk.
Patrick will present current information that will help organizations prepare for a potential crisis situation involving an active shooter. Patrick will speak on risk assessments of facilities, innovative security technologies, and the shooter behavior. The presentation will present ideas and solutions that will help organizations mitigate the risk of an active shooter event. The ideas presented will address what an organization can do to prevent such an event from occurring as well as what steps can be taken before, during and after a crisis situation such as an active shooter.
What will the attendees learn from the program?
1. Ways to prevent a crisis situation from occurring: Attendees will learn how a risk assessment can identify potential short falls in their organization’s security as well as what innovative security technologies and other solutions are available to address these short falls.
2. Ways to deal with an active shooter prior to police arrival: Attendees will learn what steps can be taken to handle an active shooter situation as it is occurring and prior to police arrival.
Bio Patrick V. Fiel Sr. is a known national security expert who has been interviewed and quoted by numerous news outlets, television, newspapers, and radio stations reaching million of viewers on security related issues. He has over 35 years of experience in law enforcement and security. He has served as the Public Safety Advisor for a large security integrator and the Executive Director of Security for the Washington, D.C. Public School System. Patrick is retired from the United States Army Military Police Corps, where he was highly decorated with numerous awards and commendations. During his 22-year tenure, Patrick maintained operational and management oversight roles with the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., as well as at NATO/SHAPE Headquarters in Belgium, the United States Military Academy at West Point, and other military bases around the country. He travels extensively presenting briefings and presentations on security trends, campus shootings, funding, risk assessments, emergency/crisis preparedness, gangs, bullying, workplace violence and current technology solutions.
January 27th, 2014 New York City