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Mr. Brad Spicer

President

SafePlans LLC

Direct Phone: (573) ***-****       

Email: b***@***.com

SafePlans LLC

261 US-ALT 19 .

Palm Harbor, Florida 34683

United States

Company Description

SafePlans was founded in 1993 by our President, Brad Spicer. Our mission is straightforward: protect people and places. Our experts have played integral roles in providing comprehensive reports to the Department of Homeland Security on events such as the ... more

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Affiliations

Member of the School Safety Advisory Committee
ASIS

Board Member
Mississippi School Boards Association

Web References (193 Total References)


SafePlans' ERIP Highlighted by the U.S. Department of Justice Program - PR.com

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ERIP was developed by Brad Spicer, who is the founder of SafePlans and a former Missouri Highway Patrol SWAT member and bodyguard for several governors. "The State of Missouri and MOCES are doing everything they can to help schools prepare for emergencies. I am very proud that SafePlans technology is helping them make Missouri schools even safer," said Spicer.


Teddy Is Ready: A Children's Book to Help Teachers & Parents Protect Young People From Bad Things | Company Newsroom of SafePlans

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Its author, Brad Spicer, is a nationally renowned school safety and active shooter defense expert.

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said Brad Spicer, founder of SafePlans and former Missouri Highway Patrol SWAT member and bodyguard for several governors.
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Brad Spicer, Author of Teddy is Ready and CEO of SafePlans
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About the Author:?Brad Spicer is an Army Gulf-War veteran, former state trooper, and founder of SafePlans, a leading provider of all-hazards preparedness solutions. He has created emergency planning software that is designated by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security as a qualified anti-terrorism technology and developed Intruderology, a national active shooter prevention and survival program.
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Source: Brad Spicer


SafePlans began as S.A.F.E. ...

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SafePlans began as S.A.F.E. Consulting in 1993 as a part-time security consulting business while Brad Spicer was a Trooper with the Missouri State Highway Patrol. In 1999, based on his experience with the Patrol's tactical response team, Mr. Spicer began exploring ways to link facility floor plans with digital images to help SWAT personnel respond faster and safer to critical incidents.

In 2000, while assigned to the Missouri Governor's Security Detail, the newly elected Governor's two school-aged children introduced Mr. Spicer to school emergency preparedness challenges that are not addressed solely by law enforcement response . Working hand in hand with schools, he developed strategies with the goals of prevention, mitigation and reduction of response time. These strategies took into consideration that there are two separate responses; the response of the site that is affected by the incident and the response of public safety officials. These concepts are the foundation of what is now the ERIP solution.
In 2003, while a sergeant with 11 years of service, Mr. Spicer resigned from a promising career with the Highway Patrol to focus on improving school readiness. Under his leadership SafePlans has grown into a national firm with clients including fortune 500 companies and two of the five largest schools systems in the U.S. SafePlans is an Advanced Level IBM Partner and ERIP is designated by U.S. Homeland Security as a Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technology.
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Brad Spicer served in Military Intelligence for the Army and is a veteran of Operations Desert Shield & Storm. He spent 11 years with the Missouri State Patrol, with assignments on SWAT and the Governor's Protection Detail. He coordinated security operations during Presidential visits and other high profile events for the Patrol and has received advanced threat assessment training from the Secret Service and Gavin de Becker & Associates.
In 2001, he developed the Emergency Response Information Portal (ERIP™), a emergency preparedness application and founded SafePlans. An analysis of active shooter incidents led him to create the Intruderology™ active shooter prevention and survival program using what is now the Homeland Security Run-Hide-Fight system. Under his leadership SafePlans has grown into a national firm with clients including fortune 500 companies and two of the five largest schools systems in the U.S. SafePlans is an Advanced Level IBM Partner and ERIP is designated by U.S. Homeland Security as a Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technology. Mr. Spicer has served as a school board member and holds positions on several national advisory boards.
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SafePlans began as S.A.F.E. Consulting in 1993 as a part-time security consulting business while Brad Spicer was a Trooper with the Missouri State Highway Patrol. In 1999, based on his experience with the Patrol's tactical response team, Mr. Spicer began exploring ways to link facility floor plans with digital images to help SWAT personnel respond faster and safer to critical incidents.


Says SafePlans' founder and former ...

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Says SafePlans' founder and former Missouri State Trooper Brad Spicer. Spicer goes on to explain the SAFE takes a more complete risk management approach that expands beyond the basic lockdown concept and integrates prevention resources.

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SafePlans began as S.A.F.E. Consulting in 1993 as a part-time security consulting business while Brad Spicer was a Trooper with the Missouri State Highway Patrol. In 1999, based on his experience with the Patrol's tactical response team, Mr. Spicer began exploring ways to link facility floor plans with digital images to help SWAT personnel respond faster and safer to critical incidents.


SafePlans began as S.A.F.E. ...

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SafePlans began as S.A.F.E. Consulting in 1993 as a part-time security consulting business while Brad Spicer was a Trooper with the Missouri State Highway Patrol. In 1999, based on his experience with the Patrol's tactical response team, Mr. Spicer began exploring ways to link facility floor plans with digital images to help SWAT personnel respond faster and safer to critical incidents.

In 2000, while assigned to the Missouri Governor's Security Detail, the newly elected Governor's two school-aged children introduced Mr. Spicer to school emergency preparedness challenges that are not addressed solely by law enforcement response . Working hand in hand with schools, he developed strategies with the goals of prevention, mitigation and reduction of response time. These strategies took into consideration that there are two separate responses; the response of the site that is affected by the incident and the response of public safety officials. These concepts are the foundation of what is now the ERIP solution.
In 2003, while a sergeant with 11 years of service, Mr. Spicer resigned from a promising career with the Highway Patrol to focus on improving school readiness. Under his leadership SafePlans has grown into a national firm with clients including fortune 500 companies and two of the five largest schools systems in the U.S. SafePlans is an Advanced Level IBM Partner and ERIP is designated by U.S. Homeland Security as a Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technology.
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Brad Spicer served in Military Intelligence for the Army and is a veteran of Operations Desert Shield & Storm. He spent 11 years with the Missouri State Patrol, with assignments on SWAT and the Governor's Protection Detail. He coordinated security operations during Presidential visits and other high profile events for the Patrol and has received advanced threat assessment training from the Secret Service and Gavin de Becker & Associates.
In 2001, he developed the Emergency Response Information Portal (ERIP™), a emergency preparedness application and founded SafePlans. An analysis of active shooter incidents led him to create the Intruderology™ active shooter prevention and survival program using what is now the Homeland Security Run-Hide-Fight system. Under his leadership SafePlans has grown into a national firm with clients including fortune 500 companies and two of the five largest schools systems in the U.S. SafePlans is an Advanced Level IBM Partner and ERIP is designated by U.S. Homeland Security as a Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technology. Mr. Spicer has served as a school board member and holds positions on several national advisory boards.
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SafePlans began as S.A.F.E. Consulting in 1993 as a part-time security consulting business while Brad Spicer was a Trooper with the Missouri State Highway Patrol. In 1999, based on his experience with the Patrol's tactical response team, Mr. Spicer began exploring ways to link facility floor plans with digital images to help SWAT personnel respond faster and safer to critical incidents.

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