Critical Response Group
Critical Response Group is a unique team of U.S Special Operations Forces veterans, public safety professionals, and technical experts committed to enhancing public safety through the implementation of best-in-class technology and training techniques. Our solutions are validated by thousands of real-world incidents under the most stressful conditions, and are deployed across the United States and internationally to protect schools, businesses, hospitals, and other critical infrastructure.Contact
Collaborative Response Graphics
Collaborative Response Graphics® (CRGs®) are simple visual communication and collaboration tools, useable under stress, to coordinate emergency response both outside and inside a building. CRGs enhance response time and improve command and control during an incident.Learn More
Collaborative Response Graphics
Collaborative Response Graphics® (CRGs®) are simple visual communication and collaboration tools, useable under stress, to coordinate emergency response both outside and inside a building. CRGs enhance response time and improve command and control during an incident.
The GXP OpsView® Solution
GXP OpsView allows first responders to access the CRGs in their response area through a smart device. GXP OpsView allows first responders to be tracked on top of the CRG and share their positions with other first responders to enhance command and control in an emergency.
911eye Emergency Streaming
911eye enables a caller with a smartphone to stream live video footage, audio, and GPS coordinates to a Communication Center. This allows dispatchers to make informed decisions on mobilizing the correct resources and provides invaluable information to initial first responders.
Consulting, Policy, & Training
Critical Response Group facilitates HSEEP-compliant emergency response exercises; creates customized policies and training programs related to safety and security for public and private institutions; and provides security management programs for public and private facilities.
Meet the Leadership Team
Critical Response Group is comprised of former United States Special Operations Command operators who used our solutions on hundreds of real world missions; domestic public safety experts who adapted our solutions for use by first responders; and a technical staff responsible for designing and managing our collaborative mapping projects.
Frank Rodgers retired as the Deputy Superintendent of the New Jersey State Police at the rank of Lt. Colonel after twenty-five years of service. His private consulting company, The Rodgers Group, develops public safety policy and provides training and accreditation services to hundreds of public safety agencies across the northeast.
Philip M. Coyne
Phil retired at the rank of Major from the New Jersey State Police. He has extensive experience training and consulting public and private organizations across the United States. He received his BS in Criminal Justice from The College of New Jersey and MA in Education from Seton Hall University.
VP of Product Implementation
Alex left active duty in 2017 as a decorated Special Operations Officer in the Marine Special Operations Command (MARSOC). Alex served as the ground force commander for dozens of high-risk direct action raids in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. He is the recipient of multiple awards for valor in combat, to include the Bronze Star.
Ethan P. Killeen
Co-Founder & VP of Products
Ethan retired from Special Operations with eight combat deployment and hundreds of direct action raids across Iraq and Afghanistan as an Army Ranger, receiving the Purple Heart, Bronze Star, and Silver Star for Gallantry in Action. He also served at the Pentagon’s National Military Command Center and is a graduate of Georgetown University.
Keith A. Germain
Co-Founder & COO
Keith has more than two decades of experience in law enforcement serving in roles including SWAT team member and commander, emergency management deputy coordinator, and chief of police. He has extensive experience serving as incident commander during critical incidents including major crime scenes and natural disasters.