An "armed and dangerous" gunman opened fire in an office complex in Phoenix, Arizona this week, highlighting the need for business leaders to safeguard workplace environments from shooter events.
The suspected shooter, 70-year-old Arthur Douglas Harmon, remains wanted this morning as police assemble the narrative of what triggered the gunman to open fire. Court documents indicate Mr. Harmon was scheduled to appear in a law office in the building where the shooting took place for a settlement conference concerning a matter he filed last spring against Fusion Contact Centers LLC. As such, police believe the Phoenix shooting was targeted and not a random act of violence. The rise of shootings striking the nation underscores the need for private sector active shooter training and security assessments to safeguard employees against shooting scenarios.
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