Monthly Archives: May 2014

Adding video to your discussion based exercise adds realism, moves play along and enhances the learning experience.

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Traditional table top exercise are often not localized to the client’s environment or capable of realistically challenging the participants. They rarely include video or actual images of the “threat” or the “response”. These types of cookie-cutter exercise generally have a scenario that is generic,  esoteric threats  and warm, fuzzy, feel good outcomes. In a recent half day […]

Law Enforcement Chaplains celebrate 5 years of Service to Community

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The Delaware County Law Enforcement Chaplains recently celebrated their Fifth Anniversary of service by hosting their First Annual Banquet.  The Chaplains formed five years ago when then District Attorney G. Michael Green recognized the need to provide immediate emotional support to families being notified of a sudden death. In practice, when a family is informed […]

Threat Assessment for the Violent Student / Employee / Co-worker / Client

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Having a process to asses the “capability” of a person to act violent is critical. The process can not be arbitrary, the team untrained, or the “next steps” delayed. Another critical step is having actually “Practiced” conducting a threat assessment. Holding a table top exercise for your team with a trained facilitator can be that opportunity […]