Learning from Israel’s Experiences with Bus Terrorism

Editor’s note: Protective intelligence is defined as the training of people in how to spot behaviors and communications that indicate a potential target is being surveilled prior to an attack. School buses are considered “soft targets,” because they are mobile, difficult to protect, and are highly vulnerable to a variety of attack methods.

Situation Awareness: Responding to Crisis at the Speed of Life!

On Oct. 31, another terrorist attack occurred in Manhattan, New York, during which the suspect used a rented truck and ran over numerous bicyclists in the park. The attack with his vehicle ended when he ran into the right rear quarter panel of a school bus which had students and some adults on board. Two students and two staff members were injured in the attack and some of them were initially trapped inside the school bus from the extensive body damage caused by the attacker’s vehicle.

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Video Technology Company Earns Rare Accolade from Inc. Magazine

 

BYRON CENTER, Mich. –PRO-VISION® Video Systems, the proven industry leader in commercial mobile video technology, is ranked for the seventh consecutive year by Inc. magazine on its annual ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. This year’s ranking places PRO-VISION® among a select group of only seven manufacturers that have earned this honor each of the past seven years.