Protective Intelligence and Threat Assessment Training: Is NOW APPROVED for 16 Continuing Education Credits for Tennessee Private Investigation and Polygraph Commission:

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Raffaele Joins Ground Zero Feb. 25th

Raffaele Joins Ground Zero Feb. 25th

Raffaele Joins Ground Zero Feb. 25th

Raffaele Di Giorgio, the author of the #1 National and International bestseller; Legal Considerations for Tactical Medical Responders: For Both Individuals and Agencies, speaks about Ground Zero and Feb. 25’s EVENT  “Tactical Medicine for the First Responder: Myths, Truths, and Realities” – WE HOPE YOU ENJOY!!

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Tactical Medicine for the First Responder, Myths, Truths and Realities

 

WE ARE SO EXCITED!! 

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“Tactical Medicine for the First Responder, Myths, Truths and Realities”

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Travel Medicine Podcast

Travel Medicine Podcast

SWAT’S WRONG? TACTICAL MEDICINE WITH RAFFAELE DI GIORGIO

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Book Review By EMSWORLD

Thank you EMSWORLD  (William E. “Gene” Gandy, JD, LP) for the glowing book review! 

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Book Review: Legal Considerations for Tactical Medical Responders

BY WILLIAM E. “GENE” GANDY, JD, LP ON AUG 19, 2016

 

Book review by EMSWORLD. Except in short chapters in EMS textbooks and occasional articles in trade journals, little information about legal aspects of prehospital care has been readily available for EMS practitioners lacking access to a law library and some experience in legal research. Legal texts discuss medical malpractice in depth, but little attention has been paid to prehospital medicine issues.

In an increasingly litigious society, the prospect of being sued is ever present. New and emerging roles for providers complicate legal relationships for both medics and employers. One of the newest roles is the tactical medical responder or “SWAT medic.”

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Author Raffaele Di Giorgio to Speak at 1st Annual Region II RTAC Trauma Conference

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2016 Professional Development Seminar Series

2016 Professional Development Seminar Series

2016 Professional Development Seminar Series

2016 Professional Development Seminar Series: Tony Scotti’s Vehicle Dynamics Institute (VDI) is pleased to announce our Professional Development Seminar Series for 2016. Developed specifically for professional security practitioners – from those with years of experience to the newcomers and up-and-comers in the field – and presented in partnership with some of the most principled and prominent companies and practitioners in the field, this is perhaps the most focused, relevant and cost-effective professional development opportunity of the year.

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The New Book Trailer!

Check Out The New Book Trailer! Legal Considerations for Tactical Medical Responders: For Both the Individuals and Agencies.

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The Circuit Issue 24 By Raffaele Di Giorgio

The Circuit Issue 24 By Raffaele Di Giorgio

The Circuit Issue 24 By Raffaele Di Giorgio. When Did Elitism In Protection, Become A Bad Thing? 

But that’s not really what elitism, when appropriately understood, is about. In our culture, “elitist” and “snobbish” have become largely synonymous.

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The Circuit Issue 24 By Raffaele Di Giorgio

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The Circuit Issue 23 By Raffaele Di Giorgio

 

The Circuit Issue 23 By Raffaele Di Giorgio

The Circuit Issue 23 By Raffaele Di Giorgio. Tragedy On Your Team. What Happens Afterwards? 

There is no denying that our profession has more than its fair share of inherent risk.

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The Circuit Issue 23 By Raffaele Di Giorgio

 

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The Circuit Issue 21 By Raffaele Di Giorgio

The Circuit Issue 21 By Raffaele Di Giorgio

The Circuit Issue 21 By Raffaele Di GiorgioDistrust Caution: The Parents of Security. 

“Distrust and caution are the parents of security.” Benjamin Franklin said this, and by the utterance of these simple 8 words, Mr. Franklin, one of the premier American renaissance men, may have set a record for the shortest “security protocol/guide” ever devised.

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The Circuit Issue 21 By Raffaele Di Giorgio

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