WSJ Article: After El Paso Shooting, Workers Plot Their Own ‘What-If’ Escape Plans
Wall Street Journal Report – August 8, 2019
Chip Cutter of the Wall Street Journal reports on the measures panicked workers are using in response to fearing for their safety if an active shooter attacks. Included in his report are corporations that have installed SDS’ gunshot detection sensors as a method to alert employees of a shooter in the building.
About Shooter Detection Systems
With over fifteen years of experience in the development and delivery of gunshot detection systems to military and commercial customers, Shooter Detection Systems (SDS) is recognized as the security industry’s leading provider of gunshot detection solutions for schools, businesses, airports, critical infrastructure sites, U.S. Department of Defense bases, Federal Government Agencies and entertainment and manufacturing spaces, including over twenty-percent of Fortune 500 corporations who trust their gunshot detection solutions to accurately detect and rapidly report gunshots in their environments with zero false alerts. Developed in conjunction with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and a major defense contractor, SDS’ gunshot detection systems are SAFETY Act Certified by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Approved for U.K. Government Use by the Centre for the Protection of Critical Infrastructure (CPNI), and SL4 Certified by the Australian Government’s Security Construction & Equipment Committee (SCEC), certifications exclusively held by their leading product, the Guardian Indoor Active Shooter Detection System. For more information, visit ShooterDetectionSystems.com, call 1-844-SHOT911, and follow on Twitter @shooterdetect.