Behavioral Science Applications contributes to the the field of threat assessment and violence prevention through research, presentations to professional and academic audiences, and publishing in magazines, journals and text books. Short articles addressing relevant and timely topics in the field are published in our blog and can be used for training and professional development purposes with no additional permission. Feel free to share these resources with others in your professional circles.
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Articles & Posts
The Blind Spot in Workplace Violence Prevention Programs: Part One
The Case for an Expanded Workplace Violence Typology: Improving Threat Detection Capabilities
The Hajj, the Pope & Crowd Safety
Social Media, Violence and the Herostratus Syndrome
Smokejumper Logic & Civil Unrest
Security & Business Continuity in Times of Civil Unrest
On Terrorism: The Cracked Sidewalk Analogy
from the Everbridge Library
Four Critical Concepts in Active Shooter Preparedness for Hospitals and Healthcare Organizations
Legal Issues and Operational Risk Mangement for Workplace Violence and Active Shooter Situations
See Somethhing, Say Something, Do Something: The Expanded Role of Bystander Intervention in Active Shooter Response
Between Shots Fired and Shooter Down: Managing the Response Gap and Platinum Minutes
Evolving Risks for Campus Events: Critical Concepts in Communications
Social Media, Crowds and Hospital Emergency Preparedness: Three Key Concepts for Planners
The Four P's of Effective Community Engagement