Evaluating a Location’s Risk; CSC Approach

Overview of the CSC Approach to Evaluating a Location’s Risk

Have you ever wondered how an operator looks at the world around them? Well our latest video will shed some light on the 11 criteria taught in Comprehensive Situational Control (CSC) that the Modern Warrior Project uses to determine the level of risk a location or environment likely poses:

  1. Access & Accessibility
  2. Activity
  3. Communication/Cell Signal
  4. Cleanliness
  5. Function
  6. Hazards
  7. Minimal Red Zones/Transitional Spaces
  8. People
  9. Reputation
  10. Secure (Guards, Cameras, Call Buttons)
  11. Well Lit

All of these are covered in more detail in the below video.

CSC Approach to Evaluating a Location’s Risk

Close Caption/Transcrip of The CSC Approach to Evaluating a Location’s Risk

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hey guys Justin with the modern Warrior Project

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today we’re going to talk a little bit

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about the 11 criteria that we use when

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we’re approaching a new location or evaluating an

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environment for how risky it is, you’re going

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to find that this stuff applies 

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to your daily life but more importantly if

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you’ve Incorporated it in your daily life it is a

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tool that you’ll have at your disposal when

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you’re in an unfamiliar location when you’re traveling

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for business or pleasure and you’ll find out

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eventually become still subconscious that you’re evaluating these

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criteria everywhere you go and that’s the idea

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is to makes the at the apart of

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your daily life and to do that you

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have to have the knowledge skills and experience

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so we’re going to start today with a

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little bit of that knowledge component

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how you doing Shane here and before we

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move into stalking on the specific criteria I

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do want to lay out something and it

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make sure that it’s clear each individual criteria

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that we tell you to look at is

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not necessarily a hard factory right or wrong

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with going to think of it is a

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skill and then when you put all of

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those together at the end you look at

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the collective picture of that particular establishment and

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that will help you to determine the level

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of danger that present and whether or not

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it’s acceptable to you and your own your

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own level of risk that you’re willing to

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take and accessibility when we look at a

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new location on access you’re considering who has

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access to that location is it a controlled

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entry point is it a public you know

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a gas station or is it a TSA

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checkpoint where you got to go through security

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so you looking at that I’m contemplating that

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the next thing you won’t consider is accessibility

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to it and this is where you’re considering

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your parking how close can I get to

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the location what are the ends and

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I’m getting into this particular facility and not

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a good or bad or they both have

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their advantages and disadvantages for instance on access

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it would seem that a controlled access point

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is more secure into finished does true however

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it also restricts your ability to quickly get

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out of there and likewise of Public Access

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where people can get in but more people

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can get out same thing with a Criminal

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they can get in and out real fast

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as well advantages and disadvantages to both mentioned

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specifically certain areas that are controlled access are

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going to limit the tools that I can

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bring with me and there’s a famous stand-up

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comic Chris Rock or talks about you might

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like going into a party that has a

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metal detector cuz you know no one else

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has guns in there but the guy standing

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outside waiting to bug you like to just

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as much cuz he knows you’re not coming

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out with a gun

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Lenox Right theory that we’re going to evaluate

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is the activity level of the location so

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you might think that area with no activity

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is safer and potentially that could be the

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case but the reality is that an area

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with no activity in an area with a

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lot of activity both present unique opportunities for

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an aggressor the more activity you have the

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greater the opportunity for them to get close

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to you before it’s notice so you don’t

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think anything of it when there’s a lot

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of people go in and out of the

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parking lot but if I’m a bad guy

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I can use that to my advantage and

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if there’s no activity the opportunity for me

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to act without a witness being present or

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somebody that you’re doing is also high but

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generally speaking a medium level of activity for

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whatever is normal at that location is going

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to be about the best you can hope

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for now we need to point out that

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this is all very much subjective and it’s

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a grayscale so there is nothing that is

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100% guaranteed to make you a grass store

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Target it and there’s also nothing that’s going

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to make you a hundred percent steak sauce

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go through these continue to understand that you

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got to weigh the cost and benefit of

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each

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phytophthora next evaluation criteria we’re going to look

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at communications capability which typically boils down to

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cell phone signal the intuitive reason for this

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is obviously if I have a bad cell

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signal as a bad guy I’m probably going

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to want to make my Approach in a

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location which more difficult for somebody to call

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for help for First Responders but that the

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secondary aspect of that is if a location

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doesn’t have enough of a population to support

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having a good communication signal a strong tower

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nearby it probably has very long delays and

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first-responder capability as well because you’re most likely

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going to saturate from a commercial standpoint a

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location with a very expensive tower that it’s

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beneficial to have a lot of customers that

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are you want to make him happy you

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you want that sell signal to be strong

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there because there’s a big population base the

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same as going to be true for a

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police department employee disabilities that don’t have a

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lot of money kind of blanket their entire

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jurisdiction they’re going to focus on the areas

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that have the higher concentration of people so

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that’s why we also strongly encouraged the use

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of commune

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Jason and cell signal as an indicator of

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how risky a location might be

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cleanliness of the facility itself as long as

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well as the surrounding area is it a

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fact is that if if a place look

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up cap in the area rounded up GIF

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but it probably has a lower crime rates

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going to go to the broken windows Theory

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which says that visible crime is not taking

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care of perpetuates itself so if you got

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a broken window it doesn’t get repaired then

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before you know if I’m going to break

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the next window and keep on going to

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actually experience to study if you want to

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read it so awesomely if it looks like

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trash on the outside and it’s probably not

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the safest place it’s kind of Common Sense

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the next element that we really want you

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to pay attention to His function what is

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the specific purpose of the location you’re going

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to some locations are going to be inherently

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valuable Bank check cashing locations really anywhere that

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keeps the large amount of cash on hand

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and then given time is going to be

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inherently more valuable then there’s the value that

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comes with maybe social or political point of

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if you remember back a few years ago

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there was several several different shootings that took

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place at Recruiting Station as well as on

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military installations so the value or function of

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that particular establishment made it more worth targeting

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for an individual so having a clear understanding

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of why the place we’re going actually exist

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will help you evaluate how risky it is

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how valuable that location is for the individuals

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that frequent tip

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okay another thing you want to consider our

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hazards and now we’re talkin about outside of

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people now we’re looking at the environmental hazards

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that are around what kind of things could

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impact you getting out of that area fast

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what what are things that could pose challenges

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such as traffic like that behind me it

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would it’s a busy intersection so that could

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be a potential Hazard if I’m trying to

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move out of that area real quick and

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that’s one thing you want to consider all

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the potential hazards in the respective area that

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you going to be busy

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the next we’re going to take a look

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at Redstone and the transitional spaces red zones

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are going to be nothing more than a

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blind spot this is any area in your

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environment that you cannot visually see from where

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you currently are obviously a red zones going

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to give an aggressor an opportunity to get

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close to or take you by surprise so

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you want to evaluate one of those exist

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between where you are and where you’re trying

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to go and next is Transitional spaces as

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you’ve gathered in a parking lot right now

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transitional space is going to be any location

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that joins together two or more environment and

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by their very nature they are Prime 4

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aggressors they allow an opportunity for the wrestler

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get closer to you they allow an aggressor

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to act quickly with the prize kind of

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similar to Red Zone and they allow an

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opportunity for the aggressor to get away quickly

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so as you’re evaluating transitional spaces such as

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getting from inside your car outside of your

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car into or out of a bill

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an elevator a stairwell it’s important to understand

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what wrist they post and minimize your time

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in a transitional space so we’re going to

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want to just visually clear those don’t walk

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right up on them and the transitional spaces

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are impossible to avoid so we’re going to

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minimize our time and there were going to

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maximize our situational awareness while we’re in this

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environment

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text of people we’ve already specifically address the

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activity level that’s kind of what’s going on

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in the area but now we’re going to

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look specifically at and scrutinize the individuals present

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in the environment or are they behaving signs

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consistent with known criminal activity are the loitering

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are there large groups are they staring at

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you are they had to avoid eye contact

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are they walking to intercept you are they

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gathering around the entrance of a location so

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this is specifically one of the people in

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the environment doing and what type of risk

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do you think they present you with

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we want to consider his reputation reputation of

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the establishment itself as well as consider if

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you know the reputation of the particular areas

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in a high-crime area is the establishment itself

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known for fights a good examples of bar

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in a bar that is known to be

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Rowdy and there’s a fight there every weekend

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obviously that’s something to consider compare that to

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say a mattress store not a whole lot

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of crime you generally here in about in

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mattress stores you want to consider the social

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the social and political climate at the time

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as well you know if there’s a particular

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Hot Topic that’s breaking the news whatever it

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might be then in that establishment aligns with

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that topic then you should consider that when

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you considering the reputation in the possible risk

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factors involved in that one of the things

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that we talked about is targeted for affiliation

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we spoke a little bit earlier about the

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times when the recruiting Depot’s were shot up

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so you may be doing everything right and

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you just may be affiliated with something that

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present value to an aggressor and those locations

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exchange talking about if they’re in the news

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and they are drawing a lot of social

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IR or political liar you might very well

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become a victim of something through no fault

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of your own so understanding the reputation in

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the current climate is critical

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by the last two elements that we’re going

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to talk about first secure it makes sense

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that an area that has a dedicated guard

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course even if they’re not an armed guard

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course they might not be trained or prepare

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to come to your Aid specifically but they’re

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going to begin the response a lot sooner

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and they might notice something and report it

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security cameras it’s important to know where those

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are in understand that there is a significant

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difference between an active security system like one

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you’re going to find in a casino where

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if you start acting a fool somebody who

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is a train surveillance officer of sitting there

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watching the camera and waiting to react is

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going to put in Action a response plan

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versus a passive security system like you’re going

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to find really most anywhere else than that’s

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going to be like your home security system

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we’re okay something has gone wrong now they’re

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going to go back and look at the

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tape so obviously the more secure an area

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is the less vulnerable you are on it

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on any given day

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and lastly we’re going to talk about how

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well did a location is if you frequent

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location during the day the time of day

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can greatly changed your assessment so in an

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area like this where you can kind of

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see multiple lights light post around we get

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a pretty good feeling that it’s going to

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be well lit at night as well enough

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to go back to Red Zone but having

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an understanding of how well it an area

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is going to help you decide whether you

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want to bring a big flash light or

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you’re okay getting away with a little flashlight

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so those are the 11 criteria that we

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talked about in PS3 and a little bit

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of how they apply the urban lab really

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flush us out and we talked about all

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this criteria in person and in actual of

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environment so if you’re interested check us out

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like Cheryl follow subscribe and share our earlier

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really bad areas where they have to curity

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driving around just for that reason so Security

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in itself

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is on the Philly was a good thing

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it’s just one of these things it’s part

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of a overall holistic approach you look at

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when you’re considering this establishment and all that

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scale be kind of figure out where this

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place fits and how how concerned I need

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to be as far as visiting in freaking

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it makes more sense than me staying Cheryl

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and at the end of the day we

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just want to make sure that we’re passing

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all the Dollar Tree have self check us

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out modern Warrior Project. Com I’m just in

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this is Shane we look forward to working

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with all you guys and talk to you

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