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Who should attend this training?
Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS, School Teachers and Administrators, Mental Health Professionals, Doctors, Nurses, Security, Church Administrators, NGO, Private Security and Other Security Professionals
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Course Description: The Behavioral Threat Assessment: Preventing the Active Shooter course is designed to equip attendees with the tools to prevent targeted violence attacks, including active shooter attacks, protect any targets, and reduce the likelihood of future violence.
Attendees of this course will be able to:
- Explain the concept of the “pathway or trajectory to violence”
- Define related terms such as “behavioral threat assessment,” “targeted violence,” “bystander effect,” and “contagion effect”
- Identify the different principles and basic concepts of behavioral threat assessment
- Recognize different warning behaviors which might indicate a subject is on the “pathway” to carrying out an act of targeted violence such as an active shooter attack
- Assess the intent of a person making threats to carry out said threats
- Understand the role of behavioral threat assessment as a tool to prevent targeted violence attacks in public spaces, in schools, on campuses, and in the workplace