Recorded on August 26, 2021
Hundreds of incidents, shootings, workplace violence, other attacks are
taking place across schools and communities every year. In response, schools and
communities continue to invest their money, time, and efforts into more
deterrents, like locks, metal detectors, cameras, etc., but what happens when
attackers are undeterred like we’re seeing today? A different approach is needed
to effectively collect and connect the dots before the attacks to prevent these
undeterrable individuals from executing their plans.
That different approach means identifying the common gaps, silos, and
disconnects that allow red flags and warning signs to go unanswered,
disconnected, and sometimes unseen by the right people until it’s too late. This
webinar will reveal not only what these common gaps, silos, and disconnects are
but also share extensive research into incidents dating back to Columbine on why
prevention failures continue to occur again and again even though more than
enough red flags and warning signs existed.
The pains and costs of failed preventions are soaring and seemingly the
number of “undeterrable” at-risk individuals are increasing as well. There is no
better time than now to understand what’s possible and working for others right
Rick Shaw, Founder, Awareity
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