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About the Authors Introduction Chapter 1: Active Shooter and Workplace Violence History Chapter 2: Motivations and Triggers Chapter 3: Effective Planning Chapter 4: First Responders and the Private Sector Chapter 5: Coordinated Response, Expectations and Goals Chapter 6: Internal and External Communications Chapter 7: Human Resources Chapter 8: Preparedness Chapter 9: Training, Awareness, Education and Exercise Chapter 10: Recovery Appendix A - Types and Classifications of Murderers Appendix B - Psychological Characteristics of Murderers Appendix C - Recovery From an Active Shooting Event Appendix D - Active Shooter and Workplace Violence Training Exercise Appendix E - Case Studies
Kevin T. Doss, MS, CPP, PSP has over 25 years of experience providing protective services in high-risk environments worldwide. His expertise includes: High-risk protection services and risk, vulnerability and threat assessments, emergency planning, security program development and the application of physical protection systems. Mr. Doss was an instructor for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Active Shooter Workshop and regularly teaches workplace violence and active shooter courses for many of our nation's top organizations. He has experience developing infrastructure protection programs, and emergency action and recovery plans for U.S. government agencies and commercial organizations on a global scale. He was part of an expert team that performed a Threat, Vulnerability Risk Assessment of the entire 51-mile Canal Zone in Panama. Kevin's educational credentials include a Master's of Science Degree in Security and Risk Management from the University of Leicester, UK, and two ASIS board certifications: Physical Security Professional (PSP) and Certified Protection Professional (CPP). Mr. Doss is the ASIS International (ASIS) PSP Board Certification Advisor and lead instructor. He is also an adjunct ASIS Certified Protection Professional (CPP) Board Certification Advisor and instructor. He helped to develop the on-line educational series and in-class review programs for both the PSP and CPP board certifications. In addition, Kevin has written and published multiple chapters on security related topics and is the author of the Physical Security Professional (PSP) Study Guide, 2nd Edition. In addition to his work-related and educational contributions, Mr. Doss founded the ASIS Foundation's Lines of Hope Program in 2007, which provides monetary and material assistance to wounded soldiers and their families while they recover at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, MD.