Federal Government agencies have released report after report (since 1999 with Columbine) pointing out the same thing, there is no profile of mass shooters. So you might be asking, how can we prevent something we can’t profile? The good news is, there is something we can profile, and that’s failed prevention efforts. If we can profile failed preventions, we can turn those lessons learned into lessons implemented.

Click play to learn more, then visit the Prevention Deeper Dive to see what the 20+ years of research reveal.


Ready for more? Prevention & Lessons Learned Deeper Dive

A LESSON LEARNED IS KNOWLEDGE GAINED FROM INCIDENTS, NEAR MISSES, TRAGEDIES, LAWSUITS, ETC.

 

KNOWLEDGE GAINED FROM LESSONS LEARNED ARE JUST “RECIPES” UNTIL THEY BECOME LESSONS IMPLEMENTED THAT EMPOWER AND EQUIP PEOPLE WITH THE RIGHT STRATEGIES AND TOOLS TO TAKE REAL ACTIONS THAT LEAD TO BETTER RESULTS.

Lessons Learned from attacks, cyberattacks, violence, suicide, and other incidents are shared in numerous news articles across numerous websites, software updates, press releases, etc. on a daily basis and could even be coming directly from your internal departments too.

Watch the 15-minute video below to take a deeper dive into 20+ years of research so you can get better prevention results today!


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