Years Combined Experience
THE 3D RESPONSE TEAM
3D Response Systems offers a multi-layered product derived from a variety of professional backgrounds in hopes of providing the tools to protect our nations children, our schools and ultimately save lives.
Our passionate and well experienced team together brings over 100 years of expertise from Law Enforcement, Fire, Engineers, Technology Experts and Education. We also have strong partner expertise to help bring the system to life.
Peter has been in law enforcement for more than 29 years, with experience in both urban and suburban police departments. His experience includes: SWAT, training, investigative, and management level positions. Peter has spent many years training and instructing in use of force applications and reality based scenario training to both law enforcement officers and students.
Peter holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Law Enforcement/Criminal Justice and a Master’s degree in Human Services with an emphasis on Leadership.
Jason has over 25 years of diversified law enforcement experience ranging from patrol officer to lieutenant. He created, implemented, and supervised several innovative police initiatives. Jason received the Medal of Merit for researching, creating, and training thousands of first responders and employees in active shooter response. He tirelessly works with schools to make lock-down drills more practical and real.
Lieutenant Polinski was awarded the 2015 Friend of Education Award by District 194 for his continued dedication to education and training that aided in creating safe learning environments.
Jason holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminology and Sociology and a Master of Public Administration degree with an emphasis in Law Enforcement.
Lee Sloneker has been in the life safety systems business for 40 years and brings a high level of experience in security entrances, mass notification, alert systems and notification systems to the fire and police departments. He is the owner of an alarm and communications company that has furnished, installed and maintained over 500 fire alarm, mass notification and security systems. His company installs systems in a wide range of facilities including hospitals, data centers, offices, churches and schools.
Lee’s employees bring over 250 years combined experience in life safety system design and installation. His staff is highly trained on the systems that they install and take ownership in the critical nature of the systems designed to protect lives. The 3D Response System layers are a natural extension of the product and services provided by his company.
Michelle Frauenshuh, MA, LMFT, is originally from Hastings, MN. She graduated from St. Olaf college with a BA in Asian Studies and Biology and later went on to Bethel University to obtain her MA in professional counseling. She has been in clinical practice since 1999 and is also a clinical supervisor for the LMFT and LPCC boards. She has spent her career specializing in PTSD, attachment, chemical dependency, personality disorders and complex family concerns. She has extensive experience specifically with children, juveniles, and adults who have intersected with corrections and or social services. Michelle is the President of Life Development Resources, a mental health clinic that offers a wide range of therapeutic services across the lifespan with approximately 50 providers on staff. She served on the Governor’s Advisory Council on Mental Health, Dakota County Children’s Mental Health Collaborative, Dakota County Healthy Communities Collaborative, MN DBT Coalition board, and speaks in a variety of contexts regarding trauma interventions, evidence-based practices and Dialectic Behavioral Therapy techniques. She is an active member of ATAP, is a member of LDR’s crisis management team, and has been a member of the LCMS crisis management team for a national event. Michelle currently lives in Eden Prairie with her husband, kids and two dogs. She also enjoys volunteering at church, serving on the board of Angelica Cantanti and helping with the MacPhail Youth Choir in North Minneapolis.
Scott started out his career as a member of the NYPD. A little more than a month out of the academy, Scott was involved in the first attack on the World Trade Center. The buildings were his foot post for that day. While a member of the NYPD Scott taught Emergency Incident Management/Counter Terrorism, Public Speaking and many other courses for the department. After retiring from law enforcement, he became private security for many celebrities, executives and royal families. Scott eventually left private security and went into the world of film and television. He had success as a producer, stuntman and stunt coordinator. He has worked on projects with Meagan Thee Stallion, J Cole, Romeo Santos, Meta, Verizon, AT&T, Time Warner, Fidelity and Safeway Supermarkets. He has appeared numerous times on CNN and other media outlets as an expert in on set safety protocols. For the past 22 years he has been studying Judo, Jujitsu, Aikido and Karate. In 2019 Scott traveled to Washington DC as part of a delegation of first responders along with comedian Jon Stewart to lobby for funding for 9/11 victims. Stewart's Congressional testimony was crucial in extending the September 11th Victim's Compensations Fund. One of Scott's greatest accomplishments is being served fried chicken by Dolly Parton.
Heather is a retired detective who spent her career in investigative units such as Narcotics, Cyber
Crimes, Special Victim’s, Megan’s Law, Juvenile, Courts, computer forensics and Domestic Violence.
She was also a member of the Passaic County Shooting Response Team which lead the investigations for all police involved shootings across the county.
She was also a long-time member of the Rapid Deployment Team; a team that specialized in crowd control, rioting, storm safety and aftermath. She took great pride in speaking to students, faculty and parents on Internet Safety and the importance of online safety and anti-bullying.
Heather has a degree in Criminal Justice from Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York.
Rich has been in law enforcement for over 26 years and has been a police trainer for much of that time
in firearms and use of force. Rich has worked in various capacities including SWAT, investigations,
computer forensics, and police management. Rich has spent the past 15 years presenting training topics to community groups, local businesses, and school districts on internet safety, physical security, and active threat response options.
Rich holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and a Master of Arts degree in Criminology.
Michael Baumann has over 38 years of operations experience in the U.S. Army, PreK-12 Public Education, and the private sector. Michael served 20 years active duty retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel in October 2005. He served in Army units in the United States, Europe, Korea, Panama, Saudi Arabia, Middle East, and a combat tour in Iraq (2004-2005). He is a veteran of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom.
In PreK-12 Public Education Michael worked 17 years first in Saint Paul Public Schools and then in Lakeville Area Schools. Michael’s work in PreK-12 Public Education included oversight of district Business & Finance, Safety & Security, Maintenance, Transportation, Information Technology, Food Services, and Facilities. From 2017-2022 Michael was Superintendent of Schools for Lakeville Area Schools.
Michael has extensive experience in safety and security mastering and guiding safety and security operations in major public education school districts. As School District Superintendent for Lakeville Area Schools, Michael quickly assessed the value of 3D Response system seeing its functional, technical, tactical, and protective values for students and staff. Through referendum he secured funding and deployed this system across the school district.
Michael is the author of the book, Adjust Fire: Transforming to Win in Iraq. His education includes a Bachelor of Arts Degree and Master of Science Degree.
Today, he is Director of Operations for a commercial maintenance company.