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Security expert tells how to keep your family safe in restaurants, malls, and movie theaters
Army Colonel Robert Sholly, (ret)
Houston, TX, December 16 - Terrorist attacks in such places as offices, concert venues and stadiums in the U.S. and internationally have made it clear that no one's personal safety is guaranteed. While we cannot live in fear, it is wise to live with caution and prudence, says Robert H. Sholly, a retired army colonel who is experienced in both counter-terrorism and performing security assessments for companies internationally.
Having lived or worked in Iran, Jordan, Jerusalem, Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, the West Bank and Gaza, Sholly believes that just as families need an escape plan for fires, they also need an escape plan for terror incidents before they occur.
A sought-after radio guest, Sholly can detail how to keep your family safer in movie theaters, malls, restaurants and other public places, particularly during the holidays.
He can share:
- Why you should think twice before visiting crowded public spaces during the holidays.
- What to think about the next time you visit a mall and why you need a security plan before you enter one.
- The best thing you can do when shots are fired in a crowded movie theater you are in.
- Two physical signs to watch for that could identify a potential shooter on public transportation.
- Specific steps you can take to improve the security of your home or workplace.
About the author
As a counter-terrorism specialist, Sholly evaluated and designed security for dams, tunnels, ports, airports and international boundaries. He has also designed security plans for family homes, corporate buildings, compounds and large infrastructures. He speaks Arabic, Farsi, Dari and is a Middle East security specialist. Sholly is a best-selling author who has written two books, Young Soldiers Amazing Warriors, a firsthand account of a soldier's daily life in the combat zone during the Vietnam War, and The Soul of Success, a compilation book he wrote with international best-selling author Jack Canfield and other experts. He was a member of the United Nations international peace keeping forces that won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1988.
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