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Deter, Detect, Delay & Defend

Security expert Zalman Myer-Smith writes about the 4 fundamentals of security and his practical tips for Chabad centers and institutions. Full Story

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Ring
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Ring

Can’t the Ring be hacked by potential burglars?

Pro-active
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Pro-active

Great article.
Need more like this.

What about drones combined with shot-spotter technology in urban areas ?

Yaacov Yudewitz

Chaim Meir
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Chaim Meir

Every Jew a 22

YASHER KOACH ZALMAN!
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YASHER KOACH ZALMAN!

Zalman is the go to security expert in South Florida these days. His background includes working for Chief Rabbi Jonathon Sacks (MBE). Very well written article. YASHER KOACH!

Uncle P
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Uncle P

Taking time to share your professional advice for the sake of communities everywhere.
Thank you Zalmen

Also
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Also

Make sure every Shul has a cell phone hidden and available.

Counter terror
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Counter terror

Phones!
Unfortunately it took way to long in the Pittsburgh shooting for law enforcement agents to be called, every shul should have at least 1 phone in an accessible yet not so central area.

To #3
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To #3

22s aren’t very effective…
And if there are multiple people carrying, joint training operations MUST be done to ensure that there will be no issues with friendly fire

To #1
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To #1

What are you saying?

Once a person comes within a pre-specified radius of the camera (not talking about the doorbell type) your phone alerts you. You can see and talk to the individual using your mobile phone, from anywhere in the world, before he tries the door. Seems like a valid suggestion to me. Why throw a “wet blanket” question that comes from an absence of knowledge?

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