Baton Rouge, Nice, France, Dallas and Orlando are wake-up calls...throughout our country workplace violence, crisis events and active shooter scenes are increasing within the workplace, schools and public settings at an alarming rate - with tragic consequences. NOW is the time to develop your crisis plan. This timely and engaging presentation delivers powerful training on how to identify at-risk behaviors prior to a crisis event and how to survive a crisis or active shooter incident. Presented by Lieutenant Robert Henry (Ret.) - Sheriff's Office, Houston, Texas, who created and commanded the Crisis Intervention Response Team - CIRT, specializing in hostage and crisis scenes involving mental illness. With over 100 SWAT scenes of first-responder experiences, unique insight is provided into the psychology of violence events. Lieutenant Henry details escalating behaviors and conduct leading to a workplace violence incident or crisis event - and methods to deescalate and reduce risk, loss of life and damages. Without a crisis plan, unpredictable reactions occur - developing and practicing a simple plan allows for a response to an event, which can save a life. Authoring a new book "Protecting Both Sides of the Badge - When Law Enforcement and Mental Illness Collide."