Preventing The Active Shooter - 2.10.14
Monday, February 10, 2014 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PST)
To prevent violent acts from happening, officers need the ability to quickly and accurately identify people with violent intentions. By developing a greater understanding of nonverbal communication and how these observations allow an officer to assess the intentions, capabilities and emotions of every person around them, we can begin to remove the fear and uncertainty that surround active shooter events. We can become more proactive in preventing them.
This one day (8-hour) seminar is the Tactical Analysis Level I course provided by Active Analysis Consulting with a focus on preventing the active shooter and officer ambushes before the attack begins. The course teaches students how to read the uncontrollable elements of human behavior and how those observations can empower someone to identify a person with violent intentions. Students wil recieve a certificate upon successful completion of the seminar.
Date: Monday, February 10th, 2014
Time: 8:30am to 4:30pm
Location: LA HIDTA - Los Angeles, CA
Students: Open to all military, law enforcement, security providers
Instructor: Patrick Van Horne - CEO of Active Analysis Consulting
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If you would like to learn more about the behavior, the approach and the material that will be taught during the course, please take a look through our recommended course preparation guide to find the articles and videos that go into greater detail.
When & Where
Active Analysis Consulting
Active Analysis Consulting provides behavioral analysis training to the military, law enforcement, and security industry. We are a Veteran Owned Small Busines (VOSB) based North of New York City in Tarrytown, NY. Learn more about Active Analysis Consulting.
In addition to in-person traing, Active Analysis runs The CP Journal, a site designed to provide security providers with the resources needed to identify criminals, insurgents, and terrorists hiding in plain clothes. Visit the CP Journal.
By learning to observe and assess the nonverbal behavior of the people that surround us, we can identify their intentions, emotions, and capabilities and prevent violent acts from occuring. Whether the training occurs in-person or online, the goal is to get Left Of Bang.