Security and Life Safety Consultant in New York, NY
Enter code - WABC at check out and receive $100 off the price of the Conceal Carry course.
Meeting Security and Life Safety Needs
Global Security Group, Inc. (GSG) was founded in 2001 shortly after attacks of 9/11 with a clear mission; meet the security and life safety needs of the private sector using the most highly trained and experienced former law enforcement officers and firefighters.
ACTIVE SHOOTER INCIDENTS IN THE UNITED STATES SINCE 2000
434 Active Shooter Incidents in the US From 2000 - 2021 INCIDENTS PER YEAR
BY THE NUMBERS
The FBI designated 61 shootings in 2021 as Active Shooter Incidents.
Incidents in 30 States
Casualties (excluding the shooters)
Met “Mass Killing” Definition
Shooters Stopped by Citizens
SERVICES AT A GLANCE
ACTIVE SHOOTER RESPONSE TRAINING
We provide active shooter response and prevention training.
FIRE & LIFE SAFETY
Our staff of former professional fire officers prepares comprehensive fire safety and emergency action plans, conducts training...
Armed and unarmed protective agents for special events, celebrities, executives and VIP protection.
Our Staff provides a number of consulting services to public and private sector clients including...
Global’s investigators have extensive experience in conducting all types of criminal and civil investigations.
Our trainers are former instructors at the FBI/DEA Academy at Quantico, Virginia and the academies of both the NYPD and FDNY.
MEET THE GSG TEAM
A retired Captain with the New York City Police Department....
A former senior Special Agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration...
Frank is a retired New York City Fire Department (FDNY) Lieutenant...
A retired FDNY lieutenant, Kevin has 29 years of experience...
GSG IN THE NEWS
In the aftermath of the horrific shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida...[+]
Fox News investigates businesses taking steps to teach employees how to react to an active shooter...[+]
David Katz appears as a subject matter expert to discuss the Department of Justice Use of Force policy...[+]