Thursday, December 3, 2015

Recognizing the signs of violence

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Evacuated workers pray on the San Bernardino Golf Course across the street from a mass shooting
at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, Calif., on Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015.
Photo credit: (Gina Ferazzi/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

This event serves as another stark reminder that all of the programs we put in place, too often, do not prevent these rampage shootings.  Our hearts and minds go out to all of those injured and to the families who lost loved ones and we owe it to these victims to make every effort to prevent future shootings.
Too often, security and law enforcement arrive on the scene after employees have been killed.  The critical questions become, “Is there a way to prevent this initial slaughter of employees?”  Once security and law enforcement arrives, further lives can be saved, but how do we prevent stepping over those 14 slain and 17 injured during those initial horrific moments?
Although the San Bernardino shootings may have required days or weeks of preparation, I have no way of knowing whether what I am about to share with you would have prevented this incident. I am saying there is a scientifically validated way to predict and prevent future shootings, which is what I will share with you.  I submit to each of you who reads this article, you have a professional obligation to these victims to explore every means to “prevent” future shootings and the subsequent loss of lives.



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