COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 7, 2019 In a violent event lasting only minutes, seconds count. Threat Extinguisher provides an effective layer of protection by providing immediate communication with first responders and staff with the option for defense.
Sam Fasone, Founder of Threat Extinguisher says:
- "We are passionate about providing people at risk of extreme violence in educational, commercial and residential locations, a complete and simple solution that improves their chances of survival in the critical 0-5 minute survival bubble."
Being able to quickly initiate alerts to staff, notify first responders and defend yourself knowing seconds count is Threat Extinguishers primary mission. First responders and school resource officers strongly support this new technology approach that provides that non-lethal edge to disable an extreme violence perpetrator without firearms or extensive training.
Paul Boucherle, principal of Matterhorn Consulting LLC, a leading national security business, marketing, sales and coaching consulting company of Canfield, OH, says
- "The Threat Extinguisher non-lethal system solution is the best I have seen in my career".
Threat Extinguisher is designed to do three things as a complete system: alert designated people with text messages, (students, parents, resource officers); notify authorities (first responders via a central station); and finally defend, with tactical-grade military pepper spray gel with a range of 20+ feet. Threat Extinguisher is charged with about 50 shots and operates like a fire extinguisher.
Threat Extinguisher is installed in public and private schools, businesses and churches. Threat Extinguisher was highlighted in CBS Eye on America where they discuss schools adding layers of security and protection. In Florida, AP's Adriana Gomez Licon reports:
- "In the year (Parkland anniversary was Feb. 14) since a gunman fatally shot 14 students and three school staffers, the state's districts have reshaped the K-12 experience, adopting new rules for entering campus, hiring more police and holding frequent safety drills."
Eye on America featured the Columbiana Ohio School District. As in Florida, Superintendent Mook has added a Resource Officer, technology enhanced ID visitor system and Threat Extinguisher. Superintendent Mook says:
"Parents are telling us to do what you need to do to make our kids safe". Columbiana News Coverage
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