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Nearly all plans to deal with workplace or campus violence assume the horrific acts of an individual intent on hurting or killing others are impossible to prevent. As a result, most plans are structured to deal with victims and minimize the after-effects. Meanwhile the rest of humanity is left to ponder why. Were there tell-tale signs? Is there a way to recognize individuals who are likely to become dangerous to others?

At the Center for Aggression Management, we know that identifying someone who’s on the path to violence before they hurt others is possible. For more than 25 years we have trained leaders to implement our unique and scientifically validated Critical Aggression Prevention System (CAPS) in organizations and institutions around the world. CAPS provides corporate security officers, campus police, SROs, student affairs leaders, HR leaders and mental health professionals a common language and framework to identify, track and respond appropriately when pre-cursor behaviors emerge. Because of our evidence- and behavior-based approach, CAPS is able to do this without violating HIPAA, FERPA or the Civil Rights Act of 1964. CAPS helps end the violence – including bullying, abuse and harassment -- before it occurs.

The Secret That No One Is Sharing:

From the Moment of Commitment (that’s when an assailant decides to pull his weapon and start shooting) to when the first round is discharged, is just 2 seconds!

No Security Professional, No Law Enforcement Officer, no matter how well trained or equipped, can reliably be on scene in just 2 seconds! So, the secret is, you are on your own!

Security and/or Law Enforcement will eventually arrive on scene stepping over those dead, dying and/or wounded victims in order to get to the shooter! Is this acceptable to you? What if you are the target of this active shooter?

There is no absolute (100%) violence prevention, but there is scientifically reliable violence prevention and our scientifically validated Critical Aggression Prevention System (CAPS) is the only system that achieves this high objective!

Learn more about our Critical Aggression Prevention System (CAPS) from this Channel 13 Interview.

Blogs

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Part Two: Is the FBI looking in the wrong places?

17 May 2019

In our last article we asked the question, “Is the FBI looking in the wrong places?” We made the case that using mental health assessments or what the FBI refers to as “stressors” are not reliable precursors to identifying a future shooter. If you disagree with this statement on its face, we suggest you reread our first article; otherwise, the following article will make little sense to you. My previous article is posted on LinkedIn and is easy to find and read. It was also publish


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Is the FBI looking in the wrong places?

17 Apr 2019

In June of 2018 the FBI Published “A Study of the Pre-attack Behaviors of Active Shooters in the United States,” where is chronicles the eclectic descriptors (age, race, education, employment, criminal convictions, time spent planning and preparing, and firearms acquisition) of “Active Shooters.” This further demonstrates the findings of the Safe School Initiative Study, which determined that there is no accurate, nor useful, nor reliable profile for a future Active Shooter, period


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The U.S. Secret Service Report, “Mass Attacks in Public Spaces,” Keeps Us Guessing

20 Jul 2019

“Mass Attacks in Public Spaces, 2018,” published by the U.S. Secret Service, National Threat Assessment Center this month attempts to enhance efforts to prevent mass attacks. The FBI published a similar report in June of 2018: “A Study of the Pre-attack Behaviors of Active Shooters in the United States.” Despite vast amounts of information and observations the reports make about past shooters’ age, race, education, employment, criminal convictions, time spent planning and prep


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Client Case Studies

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Shooting

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Sandy Hook Shooting

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Virginia Tech Shooting

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