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10 Security Lessons Learned From the Texas Hostage Situation

Security expert Zalman Myer-Smith says that the hostage crisis this past Shabbos at a congregation in Colleyville, Texas could have been over very quickly with lives lost. "It was a miracle it ended so well," he says and suggests useful tips to secure a shul or building. Full Story, Video

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Yesterday Was The Time
January 17, 2022 12:32 am

Start asking questions at your Shul/School.

Don’t say “Nah, that won’t happen here!”

Rabbi, “Why isn’t there a guard at the door?”

Rabbi, “What’s the plan here if C’V somebody came in causing trouble?”

Is every single phone locked away for Shabbos? Could you call for help? Where would everyone go toward to escape?

Yesterday was already too late for making these plans–get going on it NOW to help keep people safe!

May Hashem protect us all but make the effort, too!

Lessons
January 17, 2022 3:42 pm

Mr. Cytron-Walker said that what helped him best was remaining calm He also said that he had been taught in FBI and Anti-Defamation League security workshops that bold action was sometimes necessary.
The brain rules the heart. Maaseh hu ha’ikar.

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