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Threat Assessment Training for First Responders and Security Personnel | Jackson

This training is Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement (MCOLES) approved. Given the increase in active assailant, “lone wolf” attacks and mass shootings in workplaces, schools, healthcare facilities and the community, first responders, law enforcement, corporate security personnel and ...

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Threat Assessment Training for First Responders and  Security Personnel | Jackson
Threat Assessment Training for First Responders and  Security Personnel | Jackson

Time & Location

Mar 07, 2023, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM EST

Jackson, 2111 Emmons Rd, Jackson, MI 49201, USA

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About the event

This training is Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement (MCOLES) approved. Given the increase in active assailant, “lone wolf” attacks and mass shootings in workplaces, schools, healthcare facilities and the community, first responders, law enforcement, corporate security personnel and School Resources Officers, (SROs), are becoming more proactive in trying to identify, assess and preventively manage, potential perpetrators. This program will share threat assessment strategies and investigative techniques to try to obtain these goals.  

Training Objectives:

1. Enhance the Officer’s / Department’s / Company’s capacity to recognize behavioral indicators of

people “who pose threats”, and types of threats from employees, students, contractors, customers

or other individuals, towards the organization’s management, personnel and assets.

2. Train the Officer in conducting an initial threat investigation and risk assessment and to develop

coordinated reasonable threat management strategies with the at-risk organization, in terms of:

       - Potential perpetrator

       - Target

       - Other “at-risk” individuals

       - Coordination of organization internal and community resources

       - OSHA, Secret Service, FBI / ASIS Guidelines.

3. Use scenario-based interactive exercises to train the officer to identify, assess and manage a

variety of workplace and school threatening situations.

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