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October 2015

Health Care Threat Assessment Teams: Preventing vs. Reacting

October 28, 2015 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Workplace violence, harassment, weapons – headlines and reports clearly validate that hospitals are facing increasing challenges, and the consequences for not responding appropriately to these risks are also mounting with federal investigations, fines, lawsuits and more. Threat Assessment and Security Teams play a major role in preventing incidents, but with daily responsibilities and obligations, it can be easy to become overwhelmed and allow at-risk individuals to slip through the cracks. Webinar will discuss: - Strategies for effectively identifying and objectively assessing potential threats and at-risk individuals - Clearly defined protocols and tools to efficiently manage threat assessment team processes when a threat arises - Strategies

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November 2015

Preventing Violence in the Workplace: Strategies for Effective Threat Assessment

November 10, 2015 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Security cameras, alarm systems, access control systems, panic buttons, emergency notifications systems - all valuable security solutions - but reactive in nature - to threats already at your front door. Leading organizations are recognizing the value of community-based threat assessment and proactively identifying at-risk individuals before they escalate to the point of violence. Red flags and concerning behaviors witnessed by employees, co-workers, supervisors, managers and even community members can be shared with your threat assessment team and provide an opportunity to detect and thwart potential violence within your organization. With daily responsibilities and obligations, it can be easy for staff to become overwhelmed and allow

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Developing an Effective Incident Response Program for Bank Staff

November 12, 2015 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Employees waste an average of 4.16 hours annually due to phishing scams. Successful phishing attacks cost average sized companies more than $3.75 million per year. The average total cost for an average company to contain malware is $1.9 million per year. That is a lot of wasted time and resources!! To mitigate the negative effects of security breaches, many organizations are finding it necessary to develop formal incident response programs (IRPs). However, many financial organizations are struggling to implement an effective IRP that not only meets minimum requirements, but also provides policies and procedures for effectively managing incidents for the benefit of their banks and

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Community-based Threat Assessment: Empowering Your Community to Prevent

November 17, 2015 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Too often, at-risk individuals slip through the cracks due to a lack of communication and coordination across different departments, organizations, schools, law enforcement, mental health, etc. A failure to connect the dots and sub-sequential delays in response can lead to tragedy. Community teams and ongoing communication across multi-jurisdictional stakeholders is needed. By forming multi-agency, multi-discipline teams, you can create shared ownership and responsibility and decrease ongoing liabilities. Webinar will discuss: - Steps for forming a community threat assessment team (who should be involved, how to get started, etc.) - Strategies for effectively identifying potential threats and at-risk individuals within communities - Clearly defined protocols and

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February 2016

Reports Released from the Arapahoe High School Shooting – Is Your School Making the Same Mistakes?

February 24, 2016 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Remember the Arapahoe High School Shooting? Did you see the recent Reports? Is your school making the same mistakes? Last month, investigators released multiple reports of how Arapahoe High School (AHS) and Littleton Public Schools (LPS) officials failed to connect numerous concerning behaviors and indicators of a student who shot and killed 17-year-old Claire Davis on Dec. 13, 2013. Multiple reports concluded there were missed opportunities to intervene and prevent this tragedy…is your school making the same mistakes with your at-risk individuals? This webinar will explain how traditional and common security measures (SROs, emergency planning committee, integrated security system, visitor management systems, lighting sensors, anonymous

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June 2016

Lessons from Sandy Hook: Pre-Incident Indicators Webinar

June 9, 2016 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

90-minute webinar hosted by Developmental Resources will feature Prevention and Risk Assessment Expert Rick Shaw as he reviews the State Attorney’s Report on the Shooting at Sandy Hook and Student Survey data from nearly 6,500 youths, as well as other recent post-event reports. Mr. Shaw will recommend 6 essential steps on the “Path to Prevention” that must be followed to improve student safety for all students and all staff.  Every school has at-risk individuals who could be on a path to violence, aggression or self-harm.  If you are looking for what immediate steps your school can take to improve student safety for all students and staff, don’t

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Lessons from Sandy Hook: Pre-Incident Indicators Webinar

June 9, 2016 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

90-minute webinar hosted by Developmental Resources will feature Prevention and Risk Assessment Expert Rick Shaw as he reviews the State Attorney’s Report on the Shooting at Sandy Hook and Student Survey data from nearly 6,500 youths, as well as other recent post-event reports. Mr. Shaw will recommend 6 essential steps on the “Path to Prevention” that must be followed to improve student safety for all students and all staff.  Every school has at-risk individuals who could be on a path to violence, aggression or self-harm.  If you are looking for what immediate steps your school can take to improve student safety for all students and staff, don’t

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July 2016

Test Webinar

July 15, 2016 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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August 2016

Title IX Compliance: Why have 225+ higher education institutions been under federal investigation?

August 10, 2016 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Free

Why have 225+ higher education institutions been under federal investigation? You might be surprised to know it’s because having Policies, Procedures, Plans, Programs, Training, Incident Reporting Systems, Student Record Systems, and Student Conduct Systems is not enough. That’s right, even with ALL those conventional controls, higher education institutions are still in the middle of preventable investigations, lawsuits, scandals, and tragedies. The Conventional Controls chart clearly illustrates how colleges and universities had Policies, Plans, Student Record Systems, Student Conduct Systems, Incident Reporting, Security, and Training…but even with these controls in place there are currently 225+ colleges are under federal investigation and numerous others are taking HUGE

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November 2016

Preventing Workplace Violence & Other Incidents

November 16, 2016 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Online

Evidence reveals workplace violence (WPV) incidents are occurring at alarming rates and many WPV incidents can result in costly and even tragic consequences. Evidence also reveals most WPV incidents were preventable and why the WPV incidents were not prevented. Because most people do not have the time to research hundreds of WPV incidents/tragedies, this webinar will review evidence from federal investigations, lawsuits, media investigations, and post-event reports to expose how WPV incidents are preventable. Attendees will learn: Common gaps and dangerous disconnects in WPV programs How “pieces of the puzzle” always exist, but are scattered across numerous “dots” What a WPV “First Preventers” approach should

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