Responding to Shooting Threats: Strategies for Schools

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Responding to Shooting Threats: Strategies for Schools

Psychologist Dr. Jillian Peterson and sociologist Dr. James Densley co-founded the Violence Project, a nonprofit, nonpartisan research center dedicated to reducing violence in society and using data and analysis to improve policy and practice. Their expertise includes gun violence, violent extremism, cyber violence, trauma and mental illness, street gangs and youth violence. Their research on mass shootings, funded by the National Institute of Justice, has received global media attention. This important webinar presents key findings of their research.

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2022 State of Risk Report

A new normal calls for a new type of industry report. Augmented with viewpoints and insights from leading industry experts, and survey data from more than 220 risk professionals, the 2022 State of Risk Report reviews the broader lessons learned from world events in 2021 and examines how risk professionals and their organizations are situated to face future evolving risks. In this report, readers will get:  An in-depth look at 2021’s significant events and why they’re signaling toward a greater need for an integrated approach to risk management; Lessons learned from 2021’s major events and how they should be influencing your risk management practices in 2022 and beyond; and much more.

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Helping in the Aftermath: Two emergency funds have been set up to help the victims and families of the Uvalde school shooting

One fund will provide direct assistance to victims, while the second will fund non-profits providing long-term assistance

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Talking about Disasters: Social media platforms offer a common point for communication during emergencies

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A Deluge of Calls: Environment and Climate Change Canada issues its first emergency phone alert

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Many companies continue to face challenges with password management for critical systems

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The training represented an early attempt to engage people in disaster preparedness through pop culture

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DRJ's Fall Conference: The Evolution of Resilience September 11 - 14, 2022 Phoenix, AZ

The largest event dedicated to managing risk and resiliency in 2022. Reduce downtime. Increase workplace safety. More secure data. Reduce overall risk. Gain new skills. DRJ Fall will provide you with all the tools and knowledge to respond to today’s disruptions and tomorrow’s emerging threats!

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Industry Pulse

Article Out Loud - Stop the Bleed Training for Immediate Responders

WED, MAY 18, 2022

By ANDY ALTIZER, An Article Out Loud from the Domestic Preparedness Journal.

When an injury causes a life-threatening bleed, minutes matter. There may not be enough time for first responders to arrive on the scene, so immediate responders are needed. Knowing how to respond to this type of injury and being able to stop the bleeding are skills that everyone should learn. This article explains why and how to do that.

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