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Personal Information – Our office uses site usage statistics to analyze how our site is used and to improve its usefulness to the public.

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About NewDawn

NewDawn Security is an operational and physical security consulting firm that provides a scientific approach to not only defining standards of safety, but also objectively measuring levels security and safety. NewDawn Security also provides multiple forms of training, and a unique and effective way to monitor social media for potential school/organizational harm.


  • School and Churches
  • Hospitals and Medical Centers
  • Corporate Campus
  • Colleges and Universities
  • Night Clubs and Casinos
  • Warehouse and Data Centers
  • Industrial Facilities
  • Shopping Centers and Malls


  • 24/7 Threat Reporting Line
  • Bond Construction Analysis and Planning
  • Social Media Threat Monitoring
  • Sexual Misconduct Prevention Protocols
  • Extreme Violence Prevention Protocols