What if there was a better way to identify and disrupt at-risk individuals before they attack?
As I review headlines from stories in mainstream media, local news reports, and as I review numerous conversations on platforms like LinkedIn… a lot of people are asking why aren’t we identifying and disrupting the at-risk individuals who are in distress, in crisis, and escalating towards an attack before they attack?
What if there was a better and proven way to identify and disrupt more at-risk individuals before they attack?
Here’s some good news for you among all the bad news, there is a better and proven way, and it has been working in real life since 2012 so you do not have to be the early adopter.
If you are open to learning about new and better ways to prevent attacks that go beyond current status quo approaches and if you are open to learning about proven results based on years of evidence and successes from early adopters, contact me so I can introduce you to the First Preventers Prevention Program.
The First Preventers Prevention Program works because it is a commonsense solution that focuses on the root cause of attacks, the at-risk individuals. We know most at-risk individuals are exhibiting pre-incident indicators that expose they are in distress, in crisis, and struggling with grievances as they are escalating towards executing their plan to attack others. We also know schools, higher education, workplaces, and communities have dangerous gaps, silos, disconnects, and “blind spots” due to the lack of appropriate tools and training. The First Preventers Prevention Platform, Prevention Training, and Prevention Assessments are a proven way to identify and disrupt at-risk individuals and address numerous other related challenges in the 6 stages of prevention.
The First Preventers Prevention Program is different because it also focuses on lessons learned from decades of post-incident reports that reveal a “profile of failed preventions”. The First Preventers Program equips and empowers schools, higher education, workplaces, and communities (yes entire communities) to identify at-risk individuals in the “Pre-Incident” phase before the attack takes place so help, intervention, disruption, and pre-incident prevention actions can take place by leveraging resources that already exist in organizations and communities.
And because preventing 100% of attacks is impossible, it is vital to equip and empower First Preventers to collect and connect the dots during the “Post-Incident” phase so mistakes, gaps, silos, disconnects, and blind spots can be eliminated as schools, higher education, workplaces, and communities continue to identify at-risk individuals who need help, intervention, disruption, and prevention actions.