Strategos’ Mark Warren was interviewed by U.S. News and World Report in the aftermath of the San Bernardino shooting.
“Many terrorist attacks are homicidal or suicidal, says Mark Warren, a former SWAT officer who now teaches terrorism prevention and response tactics through Missouri-based Strategos International. Farook and Malik appeared willing to try to get away, before they fought and were killed by police.
“They didn’t stay. They put themselves on a self-imposed timer because they knew the response was coming,” he says. “If they really wanted a body count, they would have stayed in the building.”
The pair reportedly displayed a relative calmness as they left the building, and didn’t get far due to the immediate police response.
“They weren’t scrambling, they weren’t panicked. It wasn’t a blood lust,” says Warren.
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KMBC 9 News interviewed Strategos’ Mark Warren on workplace violence, the second-leading cause of death on the job. Technology and surveillance alone cannot stop intruder attacks, including active shooters.
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KCTV 5 News interviewed Strategos’ Mark Warren about workplace violence following the mass shooting in San Bernardino, Calif., this week: “The best security any company could ever have is a trained employee.” Contact Strategos if we can be of assistance in assessing your workplace, church, school or organizational security needs.
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