· 22. September 2021
Active Crisis Consulting welcomes Pat Capriglione, a 30 year veteran law enforcement, international security, and military training expert to the team. Pat began his career as a U.S. Capitol Police Officer and Detective and spent 23 years as a diplomat and federal agent in the U.S. Department of State’s Diplomatic Security Service. Pat was permanently stationed to embassies in Muscat, Beirut, Kuwait, Doha, Seoul and Iraq, the last three as senior advisors to the ambassadors.
ACC Managing Director Neil McLean is featured on Classic Firearms where he demonstrates the patented McLean Dynamic Retention Sling (DRS). This innovative design allows for a rapid 1 second transition from a two point sling to a one point sling and back without losing body retention. The ability to shoot offhanded, around objects and handle prisoners without compromising the convenience of a two point sling for climbing obstacles makes this design truly unique.
Active Crisis Consulting welcomes Neil McLean as their newest Managing Director. Neil joins ACC after serving 11 years as a U.S. Navy Seal. We are confident that Neil will be a tremendous asset to our Security, Government Services and High Risk Training Teams.
If you’re in trouble, even in the most intricate of situations, there’s a high likelihood that Frederic (Fred) Piry can think of a way out. With a background working in Mobile Security Deployments (MSD) — the 911 for diplomatic security — Fred has quite literally moved mountains to get protectees out of unimaginable situations.
In this episode, Fred discusses the crisis management work he helps lead at Active Crisis Consulting, which which includes custom security assessments and training.
Active Crisis Consulting firearms expert, Rick Vasquez, testified on behalf of William Hyme in supposed shooting across property lines. Our experts disproved the crime scene investigator's analysis of the shooting and provided the defense attorney the expert testimony necessary to get a not guilty verdict.
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