What should we as individuals, family members, business leaders know about personal security? What about security in the workplace? We know only too well how seemingly safe settings can become terribly unsafe in a matter of seconds. Are there actions or precautions we can take to minimize our personal risk? What can we do to increase safety for our families? Where we work? How we travel? Is any community free of risk from terrorism?
Russ Giudicessi and Bart Mitcham from Action Training Academy in Cobb County, GA, and Brett Braatan, retired U.S.Customs Service and Department of Homeland Security agent,join WHWN host, Dr. Tim Morrison, to discuss personal security, corporate security and how they are impacted by national security.
Russ Giudicessi is an Executive Protection Specialist for business personnel, clergy, and government officials for Action Training Academy.Russ also has years of Corporate Security experience in facilities, plants and personnel. Mr. Giudicessi is a licensed private investigator.
Capt. Bart Mitcham retired from the U.S. Navy after 26 years of duty which included 12 years of flying and 14 years of Counter Terrorism, Counter Intelligence, Weapons and Drug Interdiction and Embassy Security. Capt. Mitcham Bart is the author of numerous self defense articles and several books. His latest book is How to Become a Real Live Action Hero.
Agent Brett Braatan specialized in cases involving unlawful import practices that adversely affected vulnerable U.S. industries. Agent Braatan’s book Homeland Insecurity: Failed Politics, Policies, and a Nation at Risk, gives a rare, behind the scene glimpse of the actual workings of federal law enforcement agencies and the true nature of their inter-agency relationships.