May 24, 2018

Arming Teachers

Because of the political polarization on firearms, refusal of individuals to objectively look at another’s view point, and that most officials and politicians are vehemently opposed to this potential solution, this is a difficult subject to discuss. However, the debate on firearms and the 2nd Amendment will continue long after the school violence argument has […]

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May 21, 2018

Warning Signs for Preventing School Violence

This post, is part of a series of school violence prevention posts and now we will explore the actual warning signs… all 22 of them that I’ve collected, starting with Mid-Buchanan Middle School in Faucett, MO. In 1988; Nathan Faris brought a .357 to school to stop a tormenting bully. Another student stepped in between […]

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May 17, 2018

The Tenets of school violence Prevention

There are several tenets of preventing school violence that everyone needs to know. I want to give you a look at them and then leave it up to you to read, see, and implement them. It can happen to anyone, anywhere, at any time, for any reason. It doesn’t matter how small your school is, […]

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May 16, 2018

Guest Blog Post

I wrote a guest blog post for Bay Integrated Marketing, My Black Lab, on the Tenets of School Violence Prevention. The link is directly below https://wp.me/pY9Fa-2sl Sincerely, Robert D. Sollars Security Revolutionary 480-251-5197 Website: www.robertdsollars.com                         Twitter: @robertsollars2 I May be Blind but my Vision is Crystal Clear

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May 15, 2018

Quoted in Article

Below is a link to an article I was quoted in by Readers Digest. I will place it on the website as well. The article is on home security and it was a compilation article by several security people and…former criminals. https://www.rd.com/home/improvement/sneaky-ways-burglars-break-in/ Sincerely, Robert D. Sollars Security Revolutionary 480-251-5197 Website: www.robertdsollars.com                         Twitter: @robertsollars2 I May be […]

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May 14, 2018

School Violence Prevention Articles

I have collected these since the Parkland Florida shootings of February 14. This is not all of them…to show you all of them would encase a book the size of the Merriam-Webster Dictionary. These are just a few I thought were most pertinent to the idea of school violence prevention and the aftermath. The attribution […]

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May 7, 2018

A Scenario for Preventing School Violence

This is part 1 of a 5-part series to help promote the forthcoming book, Murder in the Classroom: A Practical Guide for Prevention. It is also intended to keep our children alive in case it does happen in their school. The laughter of young voices having fun without a care in the world, except Algebra […]

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May 3, 2018

Workplace & school violence slowed down…a bit

Since I have finally been able to access my mail and files, I have a number of incidents from February and March that have now been counted into the overall statistics year-to-date. Those incidents are: Los Angeles, CA. February 10                       0 Dearborn, MI. February 10                           1w Whittier, CA. February 16 (school)                0 Pocatello, ID. March 4                                    0 San Francisco, CA. March […]

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May 2, 2018

“The bitterest truth is better than the sweetest lie”

That quote comes from the movie Men in Black 3. And while you may not think that a movie quote applies to security it most certainly does. And if you will read on, even if you disagree you may see it this way as well. Even after several recent workplace/school violence (WPV/SV) incidents, organizations are […]

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May 1, 2018

I am declaring May to be school violence prevention month

No, it’s not an official recognition month that is designated by anyone, except me, but maybe it should be. I am calling it this simply because I am going to use this month to post some of my thoughts on school violence prevention and promote my forthcoming book, Murder in the Classroom: A Practical Guide […]

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