Michael Crane, Esq., CPP, CFE, Matthew W. Doherty, and Robert Davis
Clearance: original price $99 member, $129 nonmember
The earmark of targeted violence is the selection of a particular target(s) prior to the violent attack. Following the Navy Yard shooting in Washington DC, the victims’ families sued the Navy and the Department of Veteran Affairs, alleging they overlooked red flags that should have alerted them to the troubled history of the shooter. This could inspire the families of victims killed in similar active shooter incidents to seek legal advice and file lawsuits. Companies must understand the value of conducting behavioral threat assessments and how this can help identify a potential attacker’s intentions before an incident occurs.
- Dispel prevailing beliefs about attackers.
- Understand the pre-attack process leading to targeted violence.
- Learn the processes involved in behavioral threat assessments
- Chief Security Officers and key security leaders
- Members of the General Counsel's Office
- Office Experts in threat assessment and mental health counseling
- HR professionals and Employee Assistance
- Program managers Representatives of any division or department charged with advancing corporate risk management
Recorded July 23, 2014.
CD box set; 90 minutes. This webinar may be eligible for up to two CPEs.