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Safety Division Courses and Workshops
Houses of Worship

Each of our offerings can customized to your institution and your specific training needs. Most can be offered in person, live online, or as asynchronous courses.

Advanced Violence Risk and Threat Assessment

More details at This course is designed for those who have completed previous threat assessment courses and have a working knowledge of the modes of violence, types of threats and have a rubric or system they are able to use when assessing risk and threat. Dr. Brian Van Brunt, former ATF agent Nina Delgadillo and their team share advanced concepts related to social media threat assessments, involuntarily celibates (incel), the growing risk of white supremacist violence, report writing, and threat mitigation planning.

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All Hazard Emergency Response

Large-scale emergency incidents and disasters can occur anywhere. When they do, being prepared ahead of time is one of the most important factors in a successful response. This workshop will provide the tools to enable administrators, students, faculty, and staff to manage a wide variety of emergency situations.

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Critical Incident Response

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Disaster and Emergency Preparedness for Staff and Families

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Effective Crisis Communication

The purpose of strategic crisis communication is to lay the groundwork necessary for organizations to respond effectively in a crisis or significant event. While communications delivered in daily situations is important, it is critical to understand the difference between daily communication practices and a crisis communication strategy.

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Mindset Active Assailant Program

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Parenting in the Storm: Helping Our Kids Through the Pandemic

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us have experienced financial hardships, fear and worry about an uncertain future and struggles to keep up with the pace of school and work. This workshop will address the stress, challenges and difficulties faced by parents and students during the pandemic and offer some practical advice and solutions.

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Protecting the Flock: Safety and Security for Communities of Faith

More details at Join Retired ATF Senior Special Agent Nina Delgadillo and behavioral threat expert Dr. Brian Van Brunt as they share with you a layered security approach to keeping congregants safe. Houses of worship present a target to those planning violence against certain ideologies and communities and we have a duty to prepare to respond to these dangers.

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Situational Awareness

Attending to potential safety and security concerns in the community, workplaces, and schools is the best way to get out ahead in front of violence, crime, assault, threat, and danger. This practical and engaging workshop brings the principles of situational awareness into the hands of participants, giving them the skills needed to stay safe.

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Talking to Kids About Scary Things: School Shootings, Suicide, and Trauma

This program will address how to talk to kids after large critical incidents like school shootings, suicide or other traumas occur. Drawing from best practices in trauma response and culturally informed interventions, the workshop will offer practical advice and guidance to parents.

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