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The Active Shooter Preparedness Program at BSR was implemented through the realization that encounters with a violent incident in the workplace, school facility, hospitals, places of worship, and even open venues were occurring at an increasingly alarming rate. We understand that limited resources, geographical location, size of the facility, and not knowing how to set up training […]

Meet Nathan and Brad. With their combined law enforcement experience, anti-terrorism knowledge, and firearms expertise we are able to provide top notch education and training to those signing up for our courses. Nathan Harmon Nathan is a four year veteran of the United States Marine Corps. While in the USMC, Nathan served primarily in the […]

Active shooter awareness is, unfortunately, a necessity in today’s world. With the right training you can process the situation that may arise, think clearly and take appropriate actions in a dangerous situation. B.E.C.O.N. is an all-encompassing course that builds on confidence and increases the chances of survival through a series of non-sequential options exercised in an […]

B.E.C.O.N. Conducts Regional Emergency Preparedness Training for Health Professionals in WV – Dec. 8th, 2016 Health Care professionals from Regions 8/9 of WV participated in a 4 hr. B.E.C.O.N. training seminar through the WV Hospitals Association Regional Training Coordinator, Dianna Reel in Petersburg, WV www.wvha.org. There is no replacement for “Reality Based Training” when it […]

The national focus on police-involved shooting deaths has raised a key question: why is a gunshot to the chest sometimes an officer’s first line of defense, instead of last? And the answer is.. it’s complicated. Mike Rayburn, an internationally recognized expert in the areas of Vehicle Stops, Officer Safety, and Firearms Tactics and Training, said on the […]

Considerable attention should be given to properly concealing your firearm both for security and for social sensitivity. Today we’ll be giving you all some tips for common sense concealed carry. Be discrete. An open carry firearm will always attract attention, and it’s often the kind you don’t want. When it comes to concealed carry, discretion […]