Threat and Vulnerability Risk Assessment
Planning Active Shooter Drills
Learning the Warning Signs and Prevention
Preventing and Responding to Workplace Violence
Emergency Management in Crisis Situations
Security System Installations
Lighting Control/Temperature Control
Access Control Systems
Key Tag Entrance
24 Hour Emergency Services
Crisis Communication Management
Incident Command Media Management
Crisis Management – Adults
Media Management in Crisis
Executive Coaching & Consulting
Broadcast Training & Coaching
Public Information Officer Training
Spokesperson & Voiceover Training & Services
Media Relations Training & Consulting Services
Public Relation Training & Consulting Services
Seminar & Public Speaking Coaching
Dr. Uliano’s passion for this specialized training led to his cumulating master’s thesis titled “Understanding and Preventing the Active School Shooter,” which emphasized the psychological typology of school shooters through the theoretical approaches of Dr. Peter Langman. Langman is a psychologist who spent twenty years studying active school shooters and authored Why Kids Kill: Inside the Minds of School Shooters (2009).
During the development of this thesis, Dr. Uliano conducted an exclusive interview with Sandy Hook Elementary School teacher and survivor Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis, author of Choosing Hope (2015). The first-grade teacher’s interview lent the thesis with a survivor’s first-hand perspective of the horrific events which took place in her classroom. Dr. Uliano’s interview of Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis later earned accolades and widespread recognition in a national law enforcement publication.
In 2019, Dr. Uliano earned a Doctor of Education from Seton Hall University, staying true to his commitment to school safety and security. His dissertation — “Arming America’s K-12 Teachers, the Second Amendment and the Gun-Free School Zones Act: A Public Policy Analysis,” — focused on the then-controversial phenomenon of arming school staff as a potential deterrent. Dr. Uliano’s analysis offered more viable recommendations and alternatives which countered arming teachers and staff in schools. This research earned national accolades from the legal and scholastic communities and led to Dr. Uliano’s nomination for the 2020 Education Law Association’s Dissertation of the Year Award.
Dr. Uliano is currently pursuing a post-graduate certification in Applied Behavior Analysis to complement his Doctorate of Education. He is also a sought-after guest lecturer who regularly presents at several New Jersey colleges and universities, lecturing on criminal justice, research methods, and dissertation seminar.
Dr. Uliano offers our clients a multifaceted approach to making their schools and workplace more safe and secure through the following services:
Dr. Uliano also develops and assesses existing comprehensive actions plans for emergencies or active shooter incidents for schools, community events or the workplace. He is also available to oversee after-action committees, ensuring that the appropriate response to an emergency was efficient, and if deficiencies are observed, recommendations for improvement are provided.
In addition, through his motivational approach to training and development, Dr. Uliano can help you or your employees increase performance in an individual or group setting. His group seminars are specifically designed to assist with completing projects through the concept of being part of a team and show how the value of teamwork directly enhances operational efficiency designed to meet deadlines and improve staff morale. This strategic approach places emphasis on theoretical concepts and framework.
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