Identify, assess + manage persons with the interest, motive, intention and capability for violence

When a threat of violence first surfaces — to you or your family, to your employees or clients or to others — three security threat assessment and management priorities become urgent and critical. The first is determining whether the individual poses a threat of violence. The second is assessing the person’s potential for violence. And the third is employing best practices to increase security and actively manage the threat by integrating and coordinating critical involvement by multiple parties.

Threat Case Consultation

Once initiated through our Threat Support Hotline, your case passes through a stepped, consultative process. Our threat assessment consultants rapidly gather information leading to a multi-disciplinary analysis of investigative findings and behavioral indicators. As soon as possible, you are on the phone with an expert advisor, learning the details of our preliminary violence risk assessment and recommendations on the next steps. Concludes with a high-level written report that outlines the process, findings and recommendations.

Behavioral Threat Assessment + Management

  • Comprehensive investigation including mental and behavioral history, current life situation, motivation, attack-related behavior, facilitating and mitigating factors, organization interest and affiliation, specialized training and ownership of or ability to acquire weapons
  • A threat case management plan including open-source intelligence and threat monitoring; law enforcement liaison; protective services; ongoing case consultation with behavioral threat assessment and targeted violence prevention experts

Psychological Evaluations of Risk

  • Using a combination of structured risk assessment instruments, professional experience and instinct gained through specialized violence risk education training, the forensic psychologist identifies a subject’s level of violence risk potential — a key factor in determining proper next steps. Evaluations can be direct or indirect.
  • Fitness for duty evaluations assess an employee’s ability to perform essential job requirements

Open Source Intelligence + Threat Monitoring

Focuses on subjects who have threatened a company’s executives or personnel, or employees who have been terminated or are known to communicate hostility aimed at the organization and its workforce, assets or operations. It can also focus on identifying individuals who may pose a threat to private clients and their families. Insights into the thoughts, associations and communications of individuals who share or hint at their malicious intentions on various internet apps and discussion rooms.