The TAPS Act was created to help entities work together to evaluate and prevent potential threats. How does the Act propose to achieve this in the way of resources, training and assistance? Are there concerns with the contents of the bill?
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Bipartisan legislation was introduced in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives to help prevent future targeted violence tragedies. This means state and local communities will benefit from the resources, training, and assistance to build locally driven threat assessment and management teams. How can you and your organization benefit?
In 2007, Aon’s Global Risk Management Survey identified reputational risk as the top concern for global enterprises. A decade later, in the latest such survey by Aon, “damage to reputation/brand” retained its number one spot among more than 50 other categories of risks.
Security leaders should consider investing in analysts dedicated to workplace violence prevention and threat assessment for three major reasons: the issue is becoming a greater concern, the subject matter is becoming more complicated, and small programs are becoming bigger.
We are reminded again this January in light of National Stalking Awareness Month, of how to recognize and respond to the serious crime of stalking. Stalking statistics are soaring and so too are news accounts telling of tragic endings involving victims. We can all play a role in mitigating such cases with this one piece of advice.