July 6, 2023- Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Threat Evaluation and Reporting Overview (TERO)
July 24, 2023-Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Basic Threat Evaluation and Reporting Course (B-TERC)
Sharing targeted violence prevention knowledge (awareness) at this community event. This training is meant to mitigate mass attacks on our schools, organizations, and communities.
We are proud to be presenting on the topic of targeted violence prevention for community members and professionals from around the St. Louis, MO region.
There is no charge to attend this training. This training is related to my military affiliation, not my business. Please register via the provided Eventbrite link.
This event is for law enforcement, security, Behavioral Threat Assessment Professionals (BTAM) from the government, private organization security, military, etc. partners.
There is no charge to attend this training. This training is related to my military affiliation, not my business.
The B-TERC is a one-day training that teaches participants in BTAM knowledge with an emphasis on triaging all forms of communication to assess the likelihood for an act of violence. Please contact us for more details.
2023 Labor Relations/ Human Resources Conference
2023 Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP) Winter Conference
Sharing workplace violence prevention knowledge at this amazing conference.
We are proud to be presenting on the topic of workplace violence prevention for professionals within the American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers (AFPM) trade association during the April 2023 conference in San Antonio, Texas. We thank the AFPM for allowing us to be part of their ongoing efforts to safeguard and support partner organizations Team members.
Discussing the importance of culture and language within the Behavioral Threat Assessment and Management (BTAM) process.
ATAP is the premiere organization in violence prevention within our workplaces, communities, schools, etc. We are proud to be a long time ATAP member and to be allowed this opportunity to share how our understanding of the culture and language of those we are supporting will build trust, allowing us to provide valuable details to all individuals involved.
I'm discussing the importance of culture and language within the Behavioral Threat Assessment and Management (BTAM) process.