Can We Prevent An Active Threat/Workplace Violence Incident?
Being "Left of BANG."
General Characteristics of a Perpetrator of Workplace Violence.
Recognizing Changes in Behavior (Pre-Attack Behaviors).
2019 FBI Study of Pre-Attack Behaviors.
6 Phases of an Active Shooter Attack.
Active Shooter Case Study.
Recognizing the Signs.
March 10th: Part 2 - Active Threat Response: Prepare to Survive!
Being "Right of Bang."
Mental Preparation to Survive an Active Threat Incident.
How to Reduce the Severity of an Active Threat (Run, Hide, Fight).
Actions of Responding Law Enforcement Officers.
After an Active Shooter: Business Response and Recovery
Communication after the incident.
Recovery of business operations.
Emotional responses of employees.
Future outlook of the business.
Presented by Thomas A. Carney: A 40+ year law enforcement veteran, expert in workplace violence prevention and active threat response; a former Commander of the City of Miami Police Departments, Capital Crimes Response Team and Crime Scene Investigation Division; and retired from law enforcement in 2015 as the Director of Police Services for the City of North Miami Beach, Florida.
In June of 2016, Tom moved to the Knoxville area and is currently a Senior Security Specialist at UCOR in Oak Ridge, responsible for developing and implementing physical security policies, procedures, and security plans for the U.S. Department of Energy's East Tennessee Technology Park.
Tom holds the Certified Protection Professional (CPP) designation by ASIS International. He has been an Adjunct Instructor at Florida Atlantic University, Institute of Government for 16 years, where he taught a class on the Prevention of Workplace Violence. He has also been published in professional journals on the Prevention of Workplace Violence
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Roane State Community College will give Continuing Education Unites (CEU) for this webinar.