This Observy Mobile App is the Critical Aggression Prevention System (CAPS) in the palm of your hand!
Observy Mobile App is a Security Aggression Management Mobile System that identifies, defines and measures human-based body language, behavior and communication indicators of Emerging Aggressive Behavior in progressive stages (Bullying, Harassment, Abuse and Violence) using the Meter of Emerging Aggression (MEA) and subsequently suggests Best Practice actions for prevention and response relevant to aggression’s type and threat level. Using methods sited by the US Secret Service and the FBI, Observy offers “reliable” prevention of Bullying, Harassment, Abuse and Violence.
The Secret Service and the FBI have stated that the only reliable way to identify a future shooter is by identifying “someone on the path to violence.” This Observy Mobile App contains scientifically-validated, objective, measurable observables of "someone on the path to violence."
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John D. Byrnes, Founder and CEO, Center for Aggression Management (1993):
Headquartered in Winter Park, Florida, the Center for Aggression Management was founded by John D. Byrnes, D.Hum. 23 years ago in 1993.
Byrnes is a successful businessman, author and lecturer who became interested in the subject of aggression management after concluding that there were no comprehensive training programs dedicated to preventing aggression in the workplace. His research revealed that conventional approaches to deal with conflict and violence were not working. He therefore created the Center for Aggression Management® to fill this void and provide organizations with the much-needed Aggression Management® Skills. These human-based skills have demonstrated to employers that they can prevent aggression rather than merely react to it; by a cross-section of employers they have proven to be effective in diminishing aggression and increasing productivity. Following 9/11, Byrnes developed the predecessor to the Critical Aggression Prevention System (CAPS), a scientifically-validated effective method of identifying a terrorist. According to the FBI and Secret Service in order to prevent violence, you must identify someone “on the path to violence,” i.e., you must identify the successive precursors to violence! This knowledge enables you to reliably get out in front of violence, or the threat of violence, and prevent it! Our scientifically validated Critical Aggression Prevention System (CAPS) represents identifying "someone on the path to violence." The Observy Mobile App represents CAPS in the palm of your hands!
Byrnes was selected by the US Department of Labor to represent the United States at the Violence as a Workplace Risk Conference held in Montreal, Canada. This conference is a joint effort by the United States, Canada and Mexico through the North American Agreement on Labor Cooperation (NAALC), the NAFTA labor side agreement.
Byrnes authored the NaBITA Threat Assessment Tool, now being use by Behavior Intervention Teams in over 177 college and university campuses to assess the risk of violence. Byrnes developed the Critical Aggression Prevention System (CAPS), which now allows employers to achieve the highest form of Evidence-based Best Practices.
Sam Levy, CEO, Condor Security Enterprises (1996):
Headquartered in Israel, Condor speicializers in turnkey solutions for law enformcement, homeland security and sensitive installations. Our array of solutions specializes in planning, prevention, response and recovery services. Condor works according to the highest operational service which are the result of a continuous knolwedge of the adversary and the implementation of practical solutions in the mitigation of different threats. Our staff is composed of multidisciplinary teams with extrensive operational, strategic and instructional knowlege.
Because these are "live" webinar workshops, you can attend one person at a time and there are no costs of travel, lodging and/or per diem. Corporate clients can request training at their facilities. Simply contact us at 407-718-5637.
The FBI's Behavioral Threat Assessment Center asserts that their ability to prevent future violence is predicated on identifying a person who is "on the pathway to violence," which illustrates the precursor threats of violence.
John D. Byrnes, Founder and CEO of the Center for Aggression Management, has spent the past 23 years developing the means to idenitify, measure and manage the precursors to all forms of aggressive behavior in others and ourselves. His CAPS System provides the precursors to bullying, harassment, abuse and violence so you may reliably prevent these maladies.
Watch the "CAPS Comprehensive Video" (below) to learn why the Center's scientifically validated CAPS system produces evidence-based best practices to identify those on the path to violence: