assessing an active threat

Here’s How.

1. Making systematic observations.

active Threat Assessment involves learning systematic observation techniques to assess a behavioral baseline.

2. Recognizing deviations.

Your ability to identify an active threat is based on the identification of deviations from the baseline.

3. Identifying a person of interest (POI).

THROUGH SIMULTANEOUS ASSESSMENTS OF DEVIATIONS, ROLES, AND OBJECTIVES, you can identify a person of interest.

4. Assessing threat indicators.

a person of interest should be observed for behavioral threat indicators to assess if they are a threat or carrying a concealed weapon.

5. Planning & conducting an interdiction.

Your assessments will help you plan and conduct a safe and effective interdiction.