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Analyses of workplace violence events, plus insights and tips to keep your people and assets better protected.

“If You See Something, Say Something” Still Rings True

“If You See Something, Say Something” Still Rings True

  In late January, a student at Rancho Bernardo High School near San Diego reportedly told fellow classmates he was planning a mass shooting. Acting swiftly, students contacted authorities to report the threats, and police subsequently raided his home. Soon,...

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Extremist Groups Likely to be Continued Threat in 2024

Extremist Groups Likely to be Continued Threat in 2024

Over the past decade, the rise in geopolitical tensions and surge in hate speech has created an environment that should alarm businesses and public institutions alike. Authorities are actively monitoring threats across the country, emphasizing the importance of...

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It Pays to Be Prepared

It Pays to Be Prepared

On February 13, 2023 a gunman walked onto the campus of Michigan State University. Able to freely access university facilities, the assailant took the lives of three students and wounded five others, before taking his own life. Now, beyond the immediate and tragic...

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Intense Emotions Can Lead to Violence

Intense Emotions Can Lead to Violence

A recent study conducted by South American researchers investigated the intriguing realm of fan psychology, and the phenomenon of heightened aggression among seemingly rational individuals during and after sporting events. Employing functional MRI scans, the study...

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Healthcare is Hemorrhaging

Healthcare is Hemorrhaging

As we enter a new year, the threat of workplace violence—or “WPV”—continues its unrelenting rise across all industries. But no single sector is feeling the looming presence of WPV more than healthcare. In fact, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics,...

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