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Presentations text content in NRF Protect Workshop Active Shooter Workplace Violence: It’s About You, Your Management & Y

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NRF Protect

Workshop

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Active Shooter + Workplace Violence: It’s About You, Your Management & Your People

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NRF Protect: Workshop

Top

Mistakes Organizations Make in Creating Their Emergency Plans & How to Correct Them.

Great Plans Are a Smart Thing; Training Is

Everything!

Active Shooter + Workplace Violence: It’s About You, Your Management & Your

People

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NRF Protect

Active Shooter + WPV

You

Your Management

You People

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NRF Protect

Active Shooter in

Y

our Workplace

Tactical Planning

& Response

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Today’s Mission

Make You Ready

To

Plan & Train

for

Active Shooter

At

Your Site

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Active

Shooter

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Active Shooter

Defined

Individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and populated area

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Active Shooter

Mission

Kill + Injure As Many People As Possible

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History

1

st

School Shooting: 1764

CT Lottery: 1998

Columbine: 1999

VA Tech: 2007

Hartford Distributors: 2010

Sandy Hook: 2012

Malls: Pittsburg, NJ, MD 2013-14

US Capitol: 1835, 1954, 1971, 1983, 1998, 2012, 2013

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Active

Shooter

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Sharp

Spike

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Sharp Spike

B4 Sandy Hook:

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Sharp Spike

B4 Sandy Hook:

1X/

Mo

.

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Sharp Spike

B4 Sandy Hook: 1X/

Mo

.

Since Sandy Hook:

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Sharp Spike

B4 Sandy Hook: 1X/

Mo

.

Since Sandy Hook:

1+X/

WK

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Police at Law Firm

Where Client Killed 2, Wounded 3

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St Louis: 4 Dead

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U.S. Capitol: Shooter Dead

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Hartford Distributors: 9 Dead

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NASA Contractor: 2 Dead

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FBI Study

160 Cases

2000-2014

Nationwide

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NYPD:

Active Shooter

Analysis

202 Cases

Nationwide

All American

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Description

Profile?

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Description

Profile?

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NYPD: Active Shooter Analysis

Male 96%

Age: 10-64!

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NYPD: Active Shooter Analysis

Alone 98%

Plans: Y & N

Familiar: 78%

Emps: Current + Fired

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NYPD: Active Shooter Analysis

Deaths: 3.0 Ave

Injured: 3.6 Ave

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NYPD: Active Shooter Analysis

Campuses:

Other

Workplaces:

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NYPD: Active Shooter Analysis

Campuses:

29%

Other Workplaces:

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NYPD: Active Shooter Analysis

Campuses: 29%

Other

Wrkplaces

:

71

%

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NYPD: Active Shooter Analysis

Weapons: 36% Multiple

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NYPD: Active Shooter Analysis

Force: 46%

Suicide: 40%

Arrested: 14%

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Active Shooter

Mindset

Motives

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Active Shooter:

Mindset

Usually Targets an Individual

Targets: Can Be Generalized

Kills w/o Qualms

Not Afraid of Capture/Own Death

Shoots Targets of Opportunity While Searching.

Or Targets of Opportunity after Intended Person(s

)

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Active Shooter:

Motives

58% Unknown

21 % Workplace Retaliation

7% Academic Retaliation

14 % Domestic Disputes

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Today’s Mission

Make You Ready

To

Plan & Train

for

Active Shooter

At

Your Site

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Active Shooter

Your

Response:

Tactical

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Run

Hide

Fight

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Alert

Run

Hide

Fight

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Alert/Run/Hide/Fight

Generalities: Dangerous

Make Specific to:

Your People

Your Site

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Active Shooter

Your

Response:

Tactical

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Alert

Run

Hide

Fight

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Alert

911 First?

Your People First?

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Alert

911 First?

Your People First?

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FAST

Way: Alert ALL

PA

ENS

2-Way Radios

Email

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Redundancy Is a Beautiful Thing

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Redundancy Is a Beautiful Thing

Redundancy Is a Beautiful

Thing

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Redundancy Is a Beautiful Thing

Redundancy Is a Beautiful

Thing

Redundancy Is a Beautiful Thing

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FAST

Way: Alert ALL

PA

ENS

2-Way Radios

Email

No

Codes

Plain Language

Keep

Comnctg

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Call 911

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Calling 911

Simple, Right?

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Calling 911

Simple, Right?

Wrong

!

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What’s the 1

st

Question Dispatcher Asks?

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Calling 911

Your Address

Your Location

Shooter

# of Your People

Injuries

# of

Perp

(s)

Describe

Perp

(s)

More…

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Calling 911

Your Report: Critical

This Is Complicated

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ALERT

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ALERT

Lockout

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Lockout

Far More Likely than Lockdown

Form of Shelter in Place

Articulated

Training

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Active Shooter

Never

Pull

Fire Alarm

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Alert

Run

Hide

Figh

t

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Run

Listen to Alerts

Determine A.S.’s Position

Absent Yourself If Possible

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Alert

Run

Hide

Fight

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Active Shooter

Hide =

Lockdown

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Lockdown

Nearest Room

Windowless Best

Close Door. Lock. Barricade

Arrange Furniture

Hide

Quiet: Silence Phones

DON’T Answer Door

ONLY PD

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Tactical

Office

Conference Room

Large Rooms

Open/Cubicles

Halls

Bathroms

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Office/Conference Room

Take In Others If Possible

Lock door

Barricade Door

Turn Off Lights

Cover Windows: Internal, External

Silence Phones

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Large Room/Open: Cubicles

Determine Shooter’s Position

Move Away: Exit

Exit Building

Office: Lockdown

If Too Close to Shooter: Fight

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Hallway

Office/

Conf

Room

Go Away from

Shooter

Exit

Bldg

If Possible

Hide in

Bathroom, Office,

Conf

Rm

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Bathroom

Dtrmin

Shooter’s Position If Possible

Lock Door

Stay

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Alert

Run

Hide

Fight

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Fight

Fight: Last Resort

Disrupt/Incapacitate

Attack: Fast

>1 of You: Attack Together

Throw Hard Objects/Liquids

Yell, Shout, Scream

Keep Up Attack

Escape

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Hostage

Hostage Incident:

Observer

If You’re the

Hostage

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Hostage

Barricade

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Hostage Incident:

Observer

Move away: Exit immediate area

Warn others as you move

Do NOT yell

Do NOT pull alarm.

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If You’re the Hostage

Avoid reckless/sudden actions

Time is on your side

Hostage Taker is as nervous as you

Comply with Hostage Takers orders

Sit/Submit/Keep eye contact

No suggestions

Tell Hostage Taker your name

PD will work for your release

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Barricade

A.S. Barricades Himself

Holds Known/Unknown People

Refuses to Surrender

Ample Time: PD Plan/Negotiate

Can Turn: Active Shooter

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Alert

Run

Hide

Fight

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Alert/Run Hide Fight

Generalities: Dangerous

Make Specific to:

Your People

Your Site

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What’s

Missing

Here???

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Almost All

Shootings:

Over in <

8 Minutes

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So, Police

Probably

Can’t Help

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Police /Fire /EMTs

are

not

the 1

st

responders

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Police /Fire /EMTs

are

not

the 1

st

responders

Employees

are the

1st responders

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Alert/Run Hide Fight

Training

Training

Training

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Active Shooter Protocol

What Police Do 1st

What You Do 1

st

What PD + You Do Next

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Active Shooter Protocol

What Police Do 1st

What You Do 1

st

What PD + You Do Next

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Active Shooter Protocol:

Police 1

st

Go In Directly

Want Info

Not Priest

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Active Shooter Protocol

What Police Do 1st

What

You

Do 1

st

What PD + You Do Next

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Active Shooter Protocol:

You 1

st

Raise Your Hands. Keep Them Raised

Meet If Possible

Give Info

Follow Orders

Give Orders to Your People

Remain Available for Next Steps

Go To Assembly Areas

Headcount

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Active Shooter Protocol:

You 1

st

Do NOT Pull Fire Alarm

Do NOT Carry Bags, Cell Phones, etc.

Do NOT Move Wounded

Do NOT Stop/Ask Officers

Do NOT Move Suddenly, Scream, Point, Yell, Grab

Go To Assembly Areas

Stay Out of Parking Lots

Headcount

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Active Shooter Protocol

What Police Do 1st

What You Do 1

st

What PD + You Do Next

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Active Shooter Protocol

What Police Do 1st

What You Do 1

st

What

PD

+ You Do Next

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Active Shooter Protocol: What’s Next:

Police

IFF: Identify Friend From Foe

Assumes All Are Suspects

2nds Form Teams

Establish Perimeter

Establish Safety Corridors

May Search Everyone

May Detain Everyone

Order Shelter in Place, Lockouts, Headcounts, etc.

Deploy Dogs, Gas, etc.

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Active Shooter Protocol

What Police Do 1st

What You Do 1

st

What PD +

You

Do Next

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Active Shooter Protocol: What’s Next:

YOU

Help PD IFF: Identify Friend From Foe

Headcounts

Provide Maps, MSDS, Direction, etc.

Provide Facilities

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Workplace Violence

Biggest Mistake?

Employees Confront Perpetrator

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NRF Protect

Active Shooter in

Y

our Workplace

Tactical Planning

& Response

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Active

Shooter

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Active

Shooter

Workplace

Violence

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Active Shooter

is

Workplace

Violence

?

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Active Shooter

Ever Had 1?

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Active Shooter

Ever Had 1?

Will You Ever Have 1?

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Iceberg Principle

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Active Shooter

Active

Shooter

Daily

Workplace

Violence

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18x

More Likely to Have

Violence than a

Fire

at Work

DOJ & NFPA

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Threats

2

million

Workplace Violence

Annually

DOJ

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Facts: WPV

2 people murdered/

day

!

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Facts: WPV

2 people murdered/

day

!

Every

hour

:

26 rapes

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Facts: WPV

2 people murdered/

day

!

Every

hour

:

26 rapes

44 robberies

207 aggravated assaults

938 simple assaults

3,125 threats.

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WPV

“Epidemic”

CDC

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Myths

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Myths

“It Can’t Happen

Here

It Only Happens at 7/11s

People Snap/It Can’t be Anticipate

Educated people: not violent

Well-to-do: not violent

Talking about violence will make it happen

If a person can joke about violence they won’t become violent

People who threaten violence are just looking for attention

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Insight

WPV is Very

Middle Class

American

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One More Myth

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Most

Dangerous

Myth

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Most Dangerous Myth

“We’ve Done Something”

Policy: “We’re Against WPV”

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Most Dangerous Myth

No Planning

No Procedures

No Training

No Drills

No Exercises

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NRF Protect

Active Shooter in

Y

our Workplace

Tactical Planning

& Response

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WPV

Workplace

Violence

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WPV

Research

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WPV: Many Forms

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WPV: Many Forms

Violence

Intimate Partner Violence

Stalking

Bullying

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Workplace Violence Continuum

Discourtesy

Disrespect

Intimidation

Harassment

Retaliation

Verbal

Assault

Physical Aggression

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Physical

Attack

Discourtesy

Disrespect

Intimidation

Harassment

Retaliation

Verbal Assault

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Intimate Partner Violence

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Intimate Partner Violence

IPV: Men & Women are Victims

1/3 Female Homicides/Yr

5.3MM Incident/Yr

2MM injuries. 1,300 Deaths

555M Req Medical Attention

18.5 MM Mental Health Visits/Yr

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Stalking

@

Workplace

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Stalking @ Workplace

3.4 MM Victims/Yr

46%: 1 Unwanted Contact/Wk

11%: Stalked 5+ Yrs

Hi Risk: Divorced or Separated

Women at Greater Risk: Stalking

Men=Women: Harassment

¼ Report Cyber stalking

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Workplace Bullying

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Workplace Bullying

37% Report WPB: 54MM

Add’l 12% Witness

72% Bullies: Supervisors. 60% Male.

Equal:

M to M; M to F; F to F;

2/3 Less:

F to M;

57% Targets: Women

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Types of Violence

Workplace Bullying

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Types of Violence

Harassment and teasing

Hostility & bullying

Theft

Acts of aggression

Sabotage

Rape & other physical assaults

Homicide/Suicide

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WPV

Can Be Prevented

Should Be Prevented

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Goals

Reduce the risk of WPV

Minimize personal & organizational suffering

Reduce Org’s/Individual’s Liability

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3 Keys to Prevention

Education

Preparation

Early Intervention

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Factors that Contribute: WPV

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Factors that Contribute: WPV

Peer pressure

Need for attention & respect

Feelings of low self-worth

Feelings of chronic injustice

Early childhood abuse/neglect

Bullying: WPV or Campus

Witnessing of violence

Easy access to weapons

Drug & alcohol abuse

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Prime Goal: Avoidance

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Prime Goal: Avoidance

Prevention

Preparation

Education

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Prime Goal: Avoidance

Prev/Preparation/Education

The concept of “zero tolerance”

Understand Warning Signs

Responding to Threats

Counseling & Support

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Prevention

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Prevention

Early Recognition & Intervention

Security & Access Control

Policies, Protocols & Education

Modeling Appropriate Behavior

Conflict Resolution

Therapeutic Services: EAP

Listen…Listen…Listen

Attending to Warning Signs

Multiple Points of Identification

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Types of Threats

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Types of Threats

Direct

Conditional

Veiled

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Types of Threats

Direct:

“I’m gonna kill you”

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Types of Threats

Direct

Conditional:

“I’m going to get you.”

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Types of Threats

Direct

Conditional

Veiled:

“I know where you live.”

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Common Warning Signs

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Common Warning Signs

Hx of violence, threats or repeated discipline

Difficulty controlling temper

Substance Abuse

Excessive fascination with weapons

Paranoid thought patterns

Major stressors

Frequent unresolved conflicts

Feeling excluded

Destructive behaviors

Feels unfairly wronged

Major mood swings

Few social supports

Isolation

Deteriorating social situation

Rigid work environment

Bullying or victimization

Work trysts & cliques

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Demand Reporting

4 S

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Demand Reporting

See

Something,

Say

Something

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WPV

Scenarios

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Scenarios

A manager (who runs an important department which is very successful) yells and curses employees on a regular basis. He recently punched another employee in the arm after that employee insulted him at company social event

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Scenarios

Manager reports he believes another is carrying a knife/gun

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Scenarios

You see two staffers angry and pushing each other. Does it matter if they report to you?

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Scenarios

A secretary & executive seem to be having an intimate relationship

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Scenarios

A guard asks someone to move their vehicle. They object, state their high rank in the company and call guard a “jerk”

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Scenarios

An email that is sent to 10 people that is critical of the work of one employee

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Scenarios

You have to terminate an employee who is unpopular, lives alone and has been known to crush soda cans when angry/provoked

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Scenarios

Employee’s behavior changes: bizarre. He scowls/stares. Fellow emps uncomfortable. Sups order counseling under threat of termination.

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Scenarios

Employee’s behavior changes: bizarre. He scowls/stares. Fellow emps uncomfortable. Sups order counseling under threat of termination.

Post counseling, EAP recommended anger-mgmt training, then his return to work. Sups uncomfortable.

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Scenarios

Employee’s behavior changes: bizarre. He scowls/stares. Fellow emps uncomfortable. Sups order counseling under threat of termination. Post counseling, EAP recommended anger-mgmt training, then his return to work.

Sups uncomfortable. Got signed waiver from emp to permit HR to review his EAP results. Bizarre behavior caused by personal issues outside the workplace. He returned to work with no further incident.

Slide184

Female supervisor wonders if profanity is an indicator of violent behavior. She felt that much of this should be ignored. But, one employee’s profane behavior was frightening esp. as he grew more vulgar and loud.

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Female supervisor wonders if profanity is an indicator of violent behavior. She felt that much of this should be ignored. But, one employee’s profane behavior was frightening esp. as he grew more vulgar and loud.

When questioned, it was revealed that he started his frightening profanity when he started to lose an argument. He was using his language to threaten fellow employees to get them to back down.

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These behaviors have no business need; they are totally inappropriate for the business world. Thus, there is no need to tolerate low-level aggression or to wonder when is the right time to intervene.

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WPV Policy

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WPV Policy

Goal: Safe, Secure Workplace

Everyone is Responsible

Zero Tolerance

No Weapons

No Threatening, Intimidation

Covers Visitors, Contractors

Reporting Is the Key

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Demand Reporting

See

Something,

Say

Something

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Biggest

Threat?

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Denial

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Why

Plan &

Train?

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Why

Plan &

Train?

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Duty

of

Care

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Required by Federal Law

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OSHA

+ WPV

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OSHA + WPV

OSHA Does

NOT

Have

Regs

on WPV

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But…

OSHA Does

NOT

Have

Regs

on WPV

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29 CFR

1910.34

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“Sections 1910.34 through 1910.39 apply to workplaces in general industry except mobile workplaces such as vehicles or vessels”

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OSHA

General

Duty

Clause

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General Duty Clause

“each employer shall furnish …a place of employment …free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to employees.” 

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OSHA

Enforcement

Guidelines

2011

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SCOTUS

Only

Courts Can Set/Adopt the Standards that Juries Use to Judge

YOU.

Slide207

Standards

OSHA

ASIS

NPPA

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Standards

Authoritative

Long-Standing

Authentic

Detailed

Peer-Reviewed

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Responsible

Officer?

Slide210

Responsible Party?

CEO

SCOTUS

Slide211

CEO: Responsible Party

Civilly

Personally

Criminally

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Responsible Parties

CEO

Trustees/Directors

Sr. Ops Personnel

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Most

Important

Planning &

Training

Issues

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Most Important Issues

Planning

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Most Important Issues

Planning

Command

Control

Communications

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Command:

Chain of

Command

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Control

Your Team

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Command

Control

Communications

Slide221

If You Can’t Communicate, You Can’t Respond to WPV

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Most Important Issues

Planning

Command

Control

Communications

Training

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Most Important Issues

Planning

Command

Control

Communications

Training

Slide225

Why We Plan & Train

Great plans are a smart thing…

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Why We Plan & Train

Great plans are a smart thing…

Training is

everything.

Slide227

Training:

The Law

Mandatory

Train

All

Employees

In Classroom

Annually & At Hire

“Qualified” Trainer

(by Experience, Training)

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On-Screen

Training

Can Supplement

Can

Never

Substitute

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Training

Must Include:

Employees

Contractors

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Police /Fire /EMTs

are

not

the 1

st

responders

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Police /Fire /EMTs

are

not

the 1

st

responders

Employees

are the

1st responders

Slide234

We Don’t

Rise

to the Occasion…

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We

Sink

to Our Level of Our Training

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Employees

Hate

This

Stuff!

Slide238

National Research

85%

Safety:

MOST Important

Issue at Work

Slide239

Training

Trained 24,000 Employees

98.5%

Confident

Slide240

Promise

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Promise

You Will Know What to Do in Any Emergency

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Training Is More Than Training

Not Just Training

Bond

Emps

into Safety Culture

Build

Emp

Awareness

Knock Down Silos

Integrate Safety into Their Jobs

Instill Sense of Responsibility

Increase

Emp

Ownership: Safety & Security

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Summary

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Active Shooter:

Mindset

Usually Targets an Individual

Targets: Can Be Generalized

Kills w/o Qualms

Not Afraid of Capture/Own Death

Shoots Targets of Opportunity While Searching.

Or Targets of Opportunity after Intended Person(s)

Slide248

Active Shooter:

Motives

58% Unknown

21 % Workplace Retaliation

7% Academic Retaliation

14 % Domestic Disputes

Slide249

Alert

Run

Hide

Fight

Slide250

Alert

Your People

1st

911 Fast

Slide251

FAST

Way: Alert ALL

PA

ENS

2-Way Radios

Email

No Codes

Plain Language

Keep

Comnctg

Slide252

Calling 911

Simple, Right?

Slide253

Run

Listen to Alerts

Determine A.S.’s Position

Absent Yourself If Possible

Slide254

Tactical

Office

Conference Room

Large Rooms

Open/Cubicles

Halls

Bathrooms

Slide255

Active Shooter Protocol

What Police Do 1st

What You Do 1

st

What PD + You Do Next

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Physical

Attack

Discourtesy

Disrespect

Intimidation

Harassment

Retaliation

Verbal Assault

Slide259

WPV

“Epidemic”

CDC

Slide260

Myths

“It Can’t Happen

Here

It Only Happens at 7/11s

People Snap/It Can’t be Anticipate

Educated people: not violent

Well-to-do: not violent

Talking about violence will make it happen

If a person can joke about violence they won’t become violent

People who threaten violence are just looking for attention

Slide261

Most Dangerous Myth

No Planning

No Procedures

No Training

No Drills

No Exercises

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Workplace Violence Continuum

Discourtesy

Disrespect

Intimidation

Harassment

Retaliation

Verbal

Assault

Physical Aggression

Slide263

Intimate Partner Violence

Slide264

Stalking

@

Workplace

Slide265

Workplace Bullying

Slide266

Common Warning Signs

Hx of violence, threats or repeated discipline

Difficulty controlling temper

Substance Abuse

Excessive fascination with weapons

Paranoid thought patterns

Major stressors

Frequent unresolved conflicts

Feeling excluded

Destructive behaviors

Feels unfairly wronged

Major mood swings

Few social supports

Isolation

Deteriorating social situation

Rigid work environment

Bullying or victimization

Work trysts & cliques

Slide267

Demand Reporting

See

Something,

Say

Something

Slide268

Sharp

Spike

Slide269

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Police /Fire /EMTs

are

not

the 1

st

responders

Slide271

Police, Fire, EMTs are

not

the 1

st

Responders;

Employees

are the 1

st

Responders

Slide272

Duty

of

Care

Slide273

Required by Federal Law

Slide274

Your

Emergency

Team

Slide275

Command

Control

Communications

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People Do NOT

Rise

to

the Occasion…

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People Do NOT

Rise

to the Occasion…

They

Sink

to

Their Level of Training!

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Training:

Mandatory

OSHA

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Training:

The Law

Mandatory

Train

All

Employees

In Classroom

Annually & At Hire

“Qualified” Trainer

(by Experience, Training)

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On-Screen

Training

Can Supplement

Can

Never

Substitute

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National Research

85%

Safety:

MOST Important

Issue at Work

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Training

Trained 24,000 Employees

98.5%

Confident

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Your

CEO?

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You +

Yours?

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Denial

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Recommendations

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Recommendations

Abandon Denial

Recognize Titanic Threats

Alert Your CEO

Assess Your Facility

Get Compliant

All-Hazards Plan

Train Everyone

Exercise

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Action

Plan

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Action Plan

Assessment of Your Org’s Current Emergency Planning + Training

Just Like Your Financial Audits

3

rd

Party: Independent

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Next Step

WPV TTX:

Your

Workplace

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HDWSI

It Won’t Be Easy

But, That’s Our Mission

Safety:

All

Personnel

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Action

Plan

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Help for

You

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Help for YOU

Copy of This

Presentation

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10

Commandments

Planning

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10

Commandments

Training

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BoMitchell

@

911Consulting.net

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Nominate an attendee or speaker

from this session as a PROTECT MVP.

#PROTECTMVP

THANK YOU!

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NRF Protect

Active Shooter in

Y

our Workplace

Tactical Planning

& Response

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