Predicting Violent Behavior in Schools
Imagine an active shooter-type attack as an “X” on a timeline. Everything after “X’ is response and everything before “X” is our opportunity to prevent the attack. Regardless of the media’s portrayal, mass killers do not just snap. The warning signs are as obvious as water coming to a boil; if you are in a position to observe them and know what to look for.
Please join Brad Spicer, our founder and national active shooter prevention and survival expert and learn how your district or school can implement a threat assessment program to predict and thereby prevent violence. Brad has advanced threat assessment training from the U.S. Secret Service and Gavin de Becker & Associates. He has worked with states and school districts across the nation to implement effective and sustainable programs which help schools get before “X.”
More than a webinar, this is world-class violence prevention training. The training will help any district or school and post training resources will also be provided at no cost.
Predicting Violent Behavior in Schools Webinar
Date : Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Time : 10:00 am Eastern Time
Topics Covered in This Training:
Applying the Secret Service Safe Schools Initiative to the Digital Age
Bystanders Study and School Climate
How to See Something and Say Something
Initial Reporting and Screening
The video clip below is from Brad Spicer’s Intruderology training that was provided to all K-12 schools in Kansas. In this clip, Brad outlines the Springfield, OR school shooting and the connection between discipline and duty protect.