A training and consulting company that has provided a legal roadmap for navigating daily operations of all government entities, police departments, and schools for the last 25 years in over 35 states
We specialize in defining the roles, responsibilities, and rights of government leadership, law enforcement command staff, and school administration on all safety-related methods employed to protect employees, staff, and students
Response Law trainings are scenario-based and focus on best practices utilized across the country that have worked and are then customized to each client’s physical and cultural environment.
Some of the key topic areas covered are threat assessment and response, crisis planning, workplace violence, the school-police relationship, and managing and defusing challenging employees, public visitors, students, and parents.
Response Law trainings can be performed in a live classroom format or in any virtual format, including interactive workshops complimented by tabletop exercises.
Response Law also provides consulting services to all of its clients, including review of policies and procedures, vulnerability assessments, and problem-solving conference calls.
Dr. John L. More is the President and CEO of Response Law, LLC. He served as an insurance defense litigator in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for 18 years specializing in defending government entities, law enforcement agencies, and schools at all levels of civil court
Dr. More leads a dual life as he has served for the last 45 years as a volunteer in emergency medical services, water rescue, and emergency management
For the last 24 years, Dr. More has served as an incident commander of a large-scale incident task force in New Jersey, which he founded
Dr. More is a much sought after legal instructor and consultant for government leaders, police chiefs, and school superintendents. By example, he continues to serve as a senior legal consultant and trainer for the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services
Dr. More has authored several publications, including but not limited to first responder operations and school-police interaction. Example: Dr. More authored the “Safety Information Sharing Guide” for the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services