Jason Delgado

Jason served 11 years,  8 months in the United States Marine Corps, where he was a Scout Sniper. He then became the original lead sniper instructor for MARSOC.
He also spent 5 years as a Security Specialist/ Training manager for the DOS and DOD OCONUS (Iraq, Afghanistan),
He is currently working as a corporate/municipal security advisor.


William Harris

Billy served 10 years in the United States Marine Corps where he did two combat tours in Iraq. In 2010 he completed the U.S. Department of State’s Worldwide Protective Services vetting course. He spent the next 7 years contracting for the U.S. Department of Defense and U.S. Department of State in high threat and diplomatic security throughout Afghanistan. He is a sworn Louisiana State Deputy Marshal and a member of the Louisiana City Marshals and City Constables Association where he is a Weapons and Tactics Instructor. His professional training qualifications include Combat Marksmanship instructor (DOD), Protective Security Specialists (DOS), Emergency Response Team (DOS) and Basic Field Firearms Officer Course (DOS). He currently instructs government employees in Active Shooter/Armed Intruder training.



Paul Murray

Paul Murray is an Active Shooter Subject Matter Expert with over twenty-five years’ experience in Military, Law Enforcement and Diplomatic Protection. Paul served in the United States Marine Corps as a Combat Engineer, then attended the Marine Corps Security Forces School and served aboard the USS Kitty Hawk. He was also selected to take part in the Royal Marine Exchange Program.

Upon his honorable discharge, Paul was sworn into the NYC Police Department, where he worked in the borough of Queens at the 110th Precinct, Queens North Task Force and Queens Warrants. Paul retired from the NYPD after an opportunity to work overseas under a State Department contract presented itself. He deployed to Iraq as an International Police Advisor. While deployed, Paul completed FEMA’s Critical Incident Management Specialist training. For over two years, Paul trained Iraqi Police Forces in all aspects of Special Operations Law Enforcement. Paul left Iraq, only to return after attending the State Departments Diplomatic Protection School. He went on to work at the U.S. Consulates in Kirkuk and Erbil, Iraq as well as the Consulate in Herat and the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan.

After ten years, Paul left the State Department as a Deputy Project Manager. He gained employment as a Close Protection Specialist assigned to high-profile clients and celebrities across the country. At present, Paul is an Active Shooter/Armed Intruder Instructor as well as Consultant specializing in Site Assessments.