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An organization needs to be confident that its security team has the training and experience to respond appropriately and handle weapons safely. (Sergey Pazharski/Adobe Stock) An organization needs to be confident that its security team has the training and experience to respond appropriately and handle weapons safely. (Sergey Pazharski/Adobe Stock)

As organizations resume normal operations post-pandemic — with more people in their facilities and on their property — many are re-evaluating and updating their safety program.

It follows that your insurance customers may be considering whether to introduce or continue using armed security as part of their overall safety strategy. It’s a complex question, particularly when you add in policies around concealed carry.

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