Jake Newton is a devoted security and crisis management professional with 14 years of experience, specialized in training and curriculum development, high-risk emergency planning, consultative business development, and crisis survival.
Jake joined CPPS in 2014 after distinguished service in the U.S. Air Force as a Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape (SERE) Specialist. During his tenure, Jake prepared thousands of US Government personnel identified as high-risk for potential crises in austere environments globally; Jake led multinational combat search and rescue and mass casualty exercises and held an instrumental role in re-writing the Air Force Combat Survival Course curriculum—responsible for training 20,000 annually.
Jake has trained thousands of individuals for many of the largest organizations across the United States in topics like violence prevention, active assailant survival, hostage survival, de-escalation, and situational awareness. Jake has also consulted with many organizations, particularly fortune 500, supporting comprehensive violence prevention and intervention, and travel risk management program development.
As a volunteer, Jake serves as the head of Ministry Security for a faith-based organization in Spokane, WA, where he is responsible for the safety and security of over 800 weekly congregants.
Jake earned his Bachelor of Science in Business, Education and Health Sciences through Liberty University and a Master of Arts in Global Security from Arizona State University. Jake is also a member of the FBI National Citizens Academy Alumni Association.
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