School Intruder Response Testimonials 4

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“Instructor gave an interesting presentation. Information was, at times, startling but at the same time REAL and what needs to be known if ever put in (this type of) situation.”
Tiffany Webster
Macon R-I

“This gave me a new and more positive outlook for an active shooter situation. I don’t feel so frustrated and helpless, I actually feel empowered.”
Merle Hall

“This course completely changed my thinking about an active shooter. Before this course, I probably would have hidden with the kids in the bathroom, now I know to barricade and fight back.”
Jennifer Warren
Macon R-I

“I don’t feel helpless. I know how to act if someone is trying to (harm) students and staff.”
Danielle Garrett
Macon R-I

“The instructor was knowledgeable, was able to bring personal instances, knew his history and was able to impress the possibility that anything can happen.”
Jolene Bass
Macon R-I

“I enjoyed using the hands on training. I feel people remember what to do better after they actually carry out a scene.”
Joy Guines
Macon R-I

“Excellent, clear, thorough! I liked the humor that helped alleviate anxiety. Instructor was good at helping to assess each teaching situation and alerting us to possible defense tactics.”
Pam Wilgus
Macon R-I

“Definitely made me think of different ways to help protect “my” people. It opened my eyes, definitely.”
Carol Skouby
Macon R-I

“Very informative. Information was serious, yet explained with humor. This kept it somewhat “light” and easier to absorb the material.”
Jen Kekeberg
Macon R-I

“…walkthrough illustrated unsecure areas and possible situations. Gave us alternatives to secure our building and protect our students.”
Lisa Skelton
Macon R-I

“I found it very informative and helpful.”
Beth Nelson
Macon R-I

“Instructor was very knowledgeable in the matter. He presented ‘real’ situations and examples which drove the realization that anything can happen anytime and in and community.”
Annavel Brown
Macon R-I

“The instructor was well prepared. His information was eye-opening as well as essential to maintaining safe environments for students. Thank you so much!”
Sheryl Youngblood
Macon R-I

“Presented with considerable history on shootings and interestingly presented. This was a good learning experience. I’m glad I attended.”
Judy Headley
Macon R-I

“The subject was presented in a way that was easy to understand and kept me interested in whole presentation.”
Gayle McVay
Macon R-I

“If we have an intruder I hope I will be able to remain calm…and now I know how to actively defend myself and my students…”
Beverly Halley
Macon R-I

“Presenter did a great job of interjecting humor to keep it interesting.”
Suzanne Truitt
Macon R-I

“The instructor appears to have great knowledge of the subject and is dedicated to learning more. This has completely changed the way an intruder situation will be handled in my classroom. We will no longer be victims.”
Devron Sternke
Macon R-I

“Thank you; I have always felt our plan was not good but didn’t know what could be our alternative. Now I know!”
Ruth Rash
Macon R-I

“I feel better prepared and have much to think about.”
Natalie Jemes
Macon R-I

“The instructors were very knowledgeable, but also entertaining and considerate of the students. [This training will] help me be more proactive if a situation such as this ever occurs.”
Allison Chorvat
Macon R-I

“ I am more prepared and ready to keep my students safe. I feel that this course should be mandatory for all school staff, teachers, cooks etc!”
Janelle Anderson
Northwestern R-I

“The instruction material was well formulated and presented in such a way to hold interest. Each fact presented made the situation start to seem real even before the simulation. I went from feeling helpless to empowered. I would encourage ALL staff to be a part of this training and I will make myself more aware of the security needs I have control over such as keeping my door locked. I think it would be great if this course was a state requirement for all certified and non-certified staff in all schools in the State of Missouri.”
Amy Jackson
Brookfield RIII

“I did not take this course seriously when I signed up for it. I had an eye opener after being involved. I had been so naïve, possibly at the expense of other’s lives. These men did an awesome job waking me up!”

“This is an excellent training delivery and should be delivered in every school district. Missouri Office of Homeland Security and Strategos is doing a great service to the public.”
Anonymous
Mendon, MO