To identify, meet, and exceed our clients’ security, investigation, training, and consulting expectations.
By the late 1960s, the U.S. Navy recognized that reaction time, firepower, and operational availability in all environments did not match the anti-ship missile threat. As a result, an operational requirement for an Advanced Surface Missile System (ASMS) was promulgated and a comprehensive development program was initiated to meet that requirement. ASMS was re-named “AEGIS” in December 1969 after the aegis, the shield of the Greek god Zeus. AEGIS was designed and developed as a complete system, capable of engaging in simultaneous warfare in the air, water, and on land. The heart of the system is an advanced, automatic detect-and-track, multi-function three-dimensional phased array radar known as “the Shield of the Fleet.” The high power Aegis shield is able to perform search, tracking, and missile guidance functions simultaneously with a track capacity of over 100 targets at more than 100 nautical miles.
This all-encompassing shield is the philosophy of AEGIS Security & Investigations. Utilizing a proactive and customer-centric management style, we are able to incorporate every resource available to fulfill our client’s security, investigation, training, and consulting needs. We effectively prepare our clients to face the security challenges of the 21st century by analyzing, evaluating, testing, and responding to current security and safety concerns.
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As the number of active shooter incidents continues to rise every year – with nearly two thirds occurring in businesses – active shooter preparation and training is becoming an essential emergency response component for organizations of all shapes and sizes. This introductory course will empower you with the strategies and procedures you need to proactively plan for and respond to an active shooter incident. You’ll gain a better understanding of active shooter characteristics and indicators of potentially violent behavior, work through planning strategies to better engage with your space, and apply appropriate response techniques during an incident to reduce your freeze time and react faster. This includes learning proper procedures for escaping, barricading and locking down, using improvised weapons, and accurately reporting to responding law enforcement personnel. The knowledge gained will be the first step to helping you safeguard your life and the lives of others.
Earn recertification credits towards SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP, through the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) (1 PDU). BSIS Refresher Training (1 hour).