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Welcome to G2G Solutions. We exist to provide you with high quality security solutions for any situation. We are excited to announce the implementation of School Safety Officers in two school districts.  It is our goal to make schools safer for students and staff.  Our assessments are in demand by businesses, schools and churches as a risk management tool for reducing crime, violence, threats, risk, and potential liability.  
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School Safety Officer Program 2020/2021

               August 8, 2018

Vandalia-Butler adds safety

officers for each school building

 

Emily Kronenberger, Staff Writer

 

Vandalia-Butler City School District will have a

permanent school safety officer at each school,

after the Vandalia-Butler School Board’s latest meeting.

 

The school board voted on a new contract with G2G Solutions

to supply a total of five school safety officer, 40 hours a week

with times that can transition within in the school day.

 

The officers will be provided by G2G Solutions with a

$348,052 contract for the 2018-2019 school year, according

to the contract. It will have an annual increase on each anniversary,

 which is the first of August.

 

“We are excited to have this contract approved and look forward

to having safety officers in each of our buildings this school year,”  said Vandalia-Butler Superintendent Robert O’Leary.

The district had some school resource officers in the past,

but they were rotated among the schools.     daytondailynews.com

Our Expertise

 

Workplace Violence Education/Training
Churches told 'Prepare for Anything'
Mark Stusek - President G2G Solutions, LLC.

SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas - Dayton Daily News

A place where people normally seek peace and refuge has again become the scene of America’s most recent mass shooting.

The deaths of 26 people Sunday at a Texas church — following the 2015 killing of nine in a Charleston, S.C. prayer group — reveals why some churches have taken aggressive steps to keep worshipers safe — even putting guns in the hands of congregants.

Churches Aren't Always Safe? 
International Ministerial Fellowship - Rev. Mark Stusek

During the time mark Worked for the Police Department there were a couple of incidents at his home church that he was called to address. One involved a threat to the pastor's life from an unstable church member...

G2G Solutions was co-founded by Mark Stusek and John Barnes.  Both Mark and John are retired police officers from the City of Dayton Police Department.  Both of them had distinguished and highly decorated careers (be sure to check out their complete biographies at their website www.g2gsolutions.org ). 

Churches putting faith in God and guards

Alexa Ashwell WDTN Centerville, OH

G2G “Stewardship Resource of the Month”

May edition of Calvary Open Bible Church

CENTERVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) - Churches across the country are faced with a new kind of evil.  In Wisconsin, it was a case of domestic terror.  A man, who opened fire at a Sikh Temple during Sunday morning service, killed six people and then took his own life.  A similar terror happened in a town just south of Atlanta.  There, a gunman walked into the chapel of a Mega-church and fatally shot someone.

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