The Lifecycle of an Active Shooter Incident
Emergency management, security and other professionals concerned with the evolving active shooter threat can best prepare their organizations by understanding the complete life-cycle of active shooter incidents and aligning critical risk indicators with the traditional phases of emergency management. There are important action steps in mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery that can help leaders and decision-makers anticipate the phase-specific challenges in detecting, deterring, responding to and recovering from shooting incidents and other forms of violence directed at their organizations and personnel. This one-hour webinar introduces the most current thinking in early threat recognition, workforce training and effective intervention before, during and after an active shooter incident. Topics discussed include:
- Updates on evolving active shooter incident characteristics and dynamics
- Adapting the standard model of workplace violence to today’s threat environment
- Phase-specific tasks for leaders in mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery
- Expanding role of bystander intervention
- Developing systems and resources to span the entire event lifecycle
Register below for this free webinar!
Date: June 22, 2017
Time: 1:00PM ET - 12:00 CT - 10:00AM PT
Steven Crimando is the Principal of Behavioral Science Applications, a training and consulting firm focused on human factors in crisis prevention and response. Mr. Crimando is a Board Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress (BCETS), a Certified Trauma Specialist (CTS), and holds Level 5 Certification in Homeland Security (CHS-V). He is a Diplomate of both the American Academy for Experts in Traumatic Stress, and National Center for Crisis Management. He serves as a consultant and trainer for many multinational corporations, government agencies, major city police departments and military programs. Over the past two decades, Mr. Crimando and his team have trained more than 20,000 mobile workers in personal safety and security.
With more than almost 30 years’ experience as a front-line crisis responder, Mr. Crimando was deployed to both the 9/11 and 1993 World Trade Center attacks; coordinated onsite psychological operations at New Jersey’s Anthrax Screening Center, and several international kidnappings and other acts of terrorism. He has published many articles in professional journals and magazines, as well as several book chapters, and is frequently called upon by the media and the courts regarding the behavioral aspects of major crisis events.
Duration: 1 Hour