What To Do In an Active Shooter Situation…No Entry Pouch Founder Chats With Positive Phil
No Entry Pouch, LLC., was formed by law enforcement and military members in the fallout of the San Bernardino shooting late 2015. We developed and produce the first personal-carry active shooter lockdown kit that can be carried by anyone, anywhere, anytime.
Brandon Roberts is the President of No Entry Pouch, LLC. He has served in law enforcement since 2001 and is currently assigned to a federal task force and a SWAT officer. No Entry Pouch, LLC., has two additional members, Peter Butler, who is state law enforcement in Mississippi, and William Snowden, a United States Marine Corps veteran who deployed to Afghanistan.
The No Entry Pouch is the brain child of the company President, Brandon Roberts. Brandon’s daughter is in the 2nd grade and after the many active shooter situations in 2015, he decided he was going to take it upon himself to design something she could carry in her backpack which would help her teacher in the event of an active shooter.
They launched the product in early 2016 and have been fighting to get it out to the masses. It has been very challenging with some ups and downs. They are determined to keep pushing it with the goal to have it in every classroom, every office, every child’s backpack, and every purse across the globe. Their goal is to make it available to everyone on a global scale and to help reduce casualties in active shooter situations.
We Chat About:
- How did this idea come about?
- Why did you start your business?
- What makes the No Entry Pouch stand out from the other lock down products available?
- Why is a door lock not sufficient in an active shooter?
- What are the active shooter plans for most schools?
- How do police react to active shooter situations?
- What challenges are you currently facing?