If you are looking for safer schools, workplaces, and communities consider this…

After nearly every mass shooting in schools, workplaces, and communities, post-incident reports reveal each incident had the following in common:

✓ Pre-Incident Indicators were exhibited by the attacker(s) and available before the attack.

✓ Community Sources (students, employees, community members, etc.) observed the Pre-Incident Indicators before the attack.

✓ Numerous Incident Reporting options were available and utilized before the attack.

✓ Organization and Community Resources (threat assessment teams, mental health, city/county offices, social workers, etc.) were available before the attack.

✓ Law Enforcement was available before the attack.

✓ Security solutions were in place before the attack.

Even with all of the above in place before the attack, the mass shootings were NOT prevented.

Each of the above are needed, but something is clearly missing.  Do you know what it is?

As mass shootings, violence, suicides, drug overdoses, human trafficking, sexual assaults, bullying and numerous other incidents are taking place at record levels, something is clearly missing.  Do you know what it is?

Research and post-incident data reveal common gaps, silos, disconnects, and blind spots existed in nearly every school, workplace, and community, something is clearly missing.  Do you know what it is?

We know what is missing. We utilized data, lessons learned, imagination, and forward-looking thinking to create the Pre-Incident Prevention solution that was missing in nearly every incident and tragedy.

In 2012, our early adopter clients began implementing our visionary solution and immediately started intervening, disrupting, and preventing more at-risk individuals from escalating towards an attack on others and/or themselves using the First Preventers solutions we created.

If you believe better safety is needed and if you believe we cannot react our way out of these increasing problems, schedule a meeting today and I will explain what data reveals is missing in your organization and community.

Consider this too, when you don’t know what you don’t know, you don’t know what others know, and you don’t know what you need to know about what is missing… how will you know how to make everyone safer?