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Applying Behavioral Analysis Techniques in Security and Executive Protection

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Course Description:

This seminar was designed by Bill Martin for bodyguards, executive protection practitioners, security directors/managers and any security professionals looking to enhance their perception skills.


It’s Use and Effectiveness

  • Three Arms of Security - A Balanced Approach
  • Four Broad Types of Violence
  • Vulnerability Assessments
  • Behavioral Identification It’s Use and Effectiveness
  • Understanding Behavior Through Leakage
  • The Role of Fantasy
  • Warning Signs, Indicators and Red Flags


Behavioral Analysis and Threat Management

  • Threat Analysis – Four Phases
  • The Reactions Responses and Resources
  • The Disturbed, Dangerous and Deviant
  • Security Managers and Protective Details on Handling Threats
  • The Complexity of Stalking
  • How to Deal with and Respond to Disruptive and Combative Persons
  • Verbal Intervention Strategies
  • The use of Non-Violent Physical Crisis Intervention (NVPCI)
  • Effective Limit-Setting Tips
  • A Multi-Disciplined Approach


Violence Prevention in the Workplace

  • Three key mitigating factors
  • People protection and revenge-based fantasies
  • Violence and the threat of mass murder
  • Leadership in a security environment


**Discounts Available for Current NLA Members and Groups of 3 or more 

*** Discounts Available for Current and Former US Military, Law Enforcement, Firefighters and First Responders (Verification Required)


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Event Id:  3
Course Date(s): Wednesday, March 30, 2016  Through:    Wednesday, March 30, 2016
Time: To be announced;    
Tuition: $190.00
481 8th Avenue Suite 1130  
New York   NY.