COVID-19: The Forgotten Responders

By: Mark Quimby, MSCJ – Regional Manager, Southwest & Major Projects for Security Engineers, Inc. Coronavirus (CoVid-19) worldwide epidemic has been temporarily shutting down the world, one country at a time, but first responders continue to put their lives...

Child Predators are Everywhere

Children are terrified when they are taken away from their family by a monster Teaching your kids the dangers of talking to strangers or “Stranger Danger” isn’t enough in today’s society. Sometimes, [or most of the time] it’s not strangers, yet someone who knows the...

Sex Trafficking: The Modern Day Slavery

Sex Trafficking: Modern Day Slavery Human trafficking is considered to be one of the most profitable exertions of organized crime as well as the fastest growing. It enslaves thousands of people within our borders each year and probably even millions outside U.S....

Protecting Houses of Worship

Mark Quimby, Senior Security Consultant at Security Engineers, Inc. at the Protecting Houses of Worship: Active Shooter & Violent Crimes Preparedness workshop. Local FBI agents speak at the Security Engineers, Inc. sponsored workshop Protecting Houses of Worship:...

SEI Managers Go Live as ‘Guests’ News Anchors

Security Engineers leaders received a rare opportunity April 4, 2019 to be WDEF News Anchors for a few moments before attending a Business Trends Marketing workshop hosted by the WDEF team. SEI’s Regional Manager, David Debuty and Security Solutions Support Group...

Workplace Violence

Employee Terminations – Are they part of your Workplace Violence Emergency Plan? A workplace violence incident in Aurora, Illinois recently raises the question; “Do you have a written plan for employee terminations in your organization?” Workplace safety experts...

SunTrust Bank Shooting

Soft Target Falls to Hard Violence Unmitigated: SunTrust Bank Shooting Few words carry quite the gravity within the private security and public safety arenas as, ‘active shooter.’ While the frequency with which these situations happen is often misinterpreted in an...

Copper Theft

As the nation learned this week, often the most harrowing situations can play out totally apart from public purview. Three people searching for copper wire in an abandoned coal mine in West Virginia were rescued following four excruciating days trapped inside. A...

Stranger Danger

Imagine a scenario, two children are walking near a park when a stranger approached them in a SUV. The stranger tells the children that the brother of one of them “has been in a serious accident” and he had been asked to come pick them up. What do the children do? We...

Synagogue Shooting

Whitehouse Speculates that Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting Might Have Ended Differently had an Armed Security Officer Been Present By: Mark B. Quimby | Director of Training & Development | Security Engineers, Inc. Violence, in all of its various forms, is a blight...