Free Webinar: 'Preventing Mass Casualty Through Threat Assessments,' July 23
July 16, 2020
Contact: Office of Government and Public Affairs
The Intel and Law Enforcement Training Seminar (INLETS), partnering with the University of Maryland Global Campus, is hosting a free webinar, "Preventing Mass Casualty Through Threat Assessments," on Thursday, July 23 at 1 p.m. Registration is limited. The webinar is open to all practitioners with responsibilities to prevent mass casualty attacks.
Presenter Gene Deisinger, president of Deisinger Consulting, LLC, a professional services firm specializing in protective intelligence and behavioral threat assessment and management services, will offer a fundamental look at the "patterns, indicators, and behaviors of individuals on the pathway to violence and mass casualty attacks."
The INLETS/UMGC webinar will emphasize an understanding of the mindset of potentially violent offenders and concepts to help identify and interdict those individuals before acts of violence occur.
The event will be useful to professionals in business, education and academia, faith-based communities, and law enforcement. The training explains the team approach to behavioral threat assessments. Attendees will gain an understanding of how to tactically identify, operate against, and disrupt terrorist planning and operations, either solely or in conjunction with law enforcement.
An internationally recognized threat management practioner with more than 25 years of experience, Deisinger helps organizations to enhance policy, processes, and practices regarding threat situations. His work has helped organizations build comprehensive and collaborative processes, strengthen practices, and enhance the safety and well-being of their organizations.
To register and reserve a spot at the webinar, go here. An invitational email will be sent to you.