Another horrific massacre at a workplace by a disgruntled employee. Unfortunately, most responses after attacks and massacres are just more words, condolences, and thoughts and prayers. But people want more than words. People (employees, management, family, friends, politicians, and others) around the world are calling for real solutions (actions, not more words) that stop disgruntled employees or other attackers from attacking people at their workplace. Solutions that stop students from attacking people at their schools. Solutions that stop evil doers from attacking people at concerts, houses of worship, in neighborhoods, and numerous other places. Sadly, people continually call for lawmakers to create more laws (moreRead More →

Preventive Intelligence is the Real Game Changer Everyone Wants (and NEEDS) Most people have heard about Artificial Intelligence, but have you heard about Preventive Intelligence? Artificial Intelligence (AI) is getting a lot of headlines and hype, however, the recently released book, Architects of Intelligence noted that most Artificial Intelligence experts say it could be 10, 30, 80 years, or more before Artificial Intelligence delivers artificial general intelligence. When it comes to active assailants, active shooters, terrorists, extremists, and numerous other evil doers, waiting years and years for Artificial Intelligence is clearly not an option we can afford. Preventive Intelligence, however, is real and making organizationsRead More →

“Child abuse is incredibly common,” Patterson said. “The community as a whole has to be involved in order to make a difference.” Read the full article here. Is your Threat Assessment Team (TAT) seeing all the Warning Signs your community members are? To succeed, it’s time they were… Awareity specializes in helping Threat Assessment Teams learn how to not only connect with their community (First Preventers), but also provides award-winning and proven Threat Assessment Team tools to intervene, disrupt, and prevent incidents before they occur. Are you ready to involve your community in order to save lives, reputations, and bottom lines? Click here to learnRead More →

Awareity is honored to be a winner of the Security Sales & Integration Magazine 2019 SSI MVP Award. Our proven, and award-winning Connecting the Dots Platform for Intervention and Prevention won a top spot and recognition in the category of “Central Station/Monitoring” as well as a finalist position in the category of “Business Operations”. Security Sales & Integration Magazine Most Valuable Product (MVP) Awards, honor superior products and services for electronic security industry professionals. The MVP Awards recognize superlative security products that make a substantial impact on integrators. “Each year, thousands of electronic security products are introduced. SSI has launched the MVP Awards to distinguish andRead More →

“We know that post-traumatic stress and catastrophic events can cause depression. And there can be suicidal thoughts. But we really now are seeing that there’s a big risk and that’s why we want to get these kids the help that they really need to make sure that someone is looking out for them. Usually, the first six months following an event are the scariest because it’s the most acute. But then after that, it’s anytime there’s an anniversary. And anytime that there’s something significant. But we still see that people who are affected, it can happen at any time.” – Dr. Nicole Mavrides Warning Signs andRead More →

I am proud to share this new Case Study featured in April’s issue of Security Management magazine (an ASIS publication) that features Awareity’s client, Captain Kevin Griger of the Sarpy County Sheriff’s Office in Nebraska. The leadership of Captain Griger is next level in how Threat Assessment Teams in schools and organizations, as well as entire communities, can proactively intervene, disrupt, and prevent incidents before they happen.  See some of Captain Griger’s quotes from the case study below: Threat Assessment Teams “As people come up on the radar, one way or another—whether through the school or through anonymous notification—our threat assessment team then sits downRead More →

It was an honor to connect with ITL CEO Wayne Allen on the Innovator’s Edge Podcast! Together we discussed how Awareity’s innovative “Smart Platform” solution is designed with Community-wide Threat Assessment Teams in mind. I also touched on how the Smart Platform equips Threat Assessment Teams to better collect, coordinate and connect warning signs/red flags, empowering organizations and communities to intervene, disrupt, and prevent active shooters and other acts of violence in workplaces, schools, churches, communities, and more. “What we see again and again after these things happen is that we see almost immediately that there were warning signs…and people observed them and in mostRead More →

Are you tasked with keeping students safe but you don’t afford an SRO or more SROs? There’s a better solution for threat assessment teams, watch now! Looking for more information? Click here or use the form to your right to reach out and we’ll be in touch with more information! Real people connecting the dots, who could ask for more?  Read More →

As executives, board members, and leaders you probably have tons of trainings, policies, laws, guidelines, standard, etc. that form the recipes for your leadership and the actions of your employees, students, community members, etc., but do you and your people have the right tools to actually get the job done right? Looking for more information? Click here or use the form to your right to reach out and we’ll be in touch with more information! Real people connecting the dots, who could ask for more?  Read More →

2019 includes the one-year anniversary of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre and the 20-year anniversary of Columbine High School massacre… and unfortunately way too many other anniversaries of massacres and other violence in schools. What has changed since these massacres?  What hasn’t changed? Why, even with all the data and “solutions” are we not preventing more massacres, violence, and other tragedies in schools? Do you know what the Columbine High School post-incident report and the Marjory Stoneman Douglas post-incident report have in common? Do you know what the Department of Homeland Security recommends in their guide: 12 School Security Guide for Preventing and ProtectingRead More →