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New Episode of Personal Security in Challenging Times – Hostile Vehicles

This week’s episode of Personal Security in Challenging Times is now available for viewing on the Continuity Insights website. In this installment, you’ll be educated on Hostile Vehicles. A hostile vehicle is one travelling at speed, which represents the primary danger, and whose driver is determined to cause injury or death to people, disrupt business or create publicity for a cause using their car or truck as a weapon.

In this episode, internationally known consultant and educator Steve Crimando, will discuss awareness and precautions and safety strategies, including scouting out places for cover/concealment and places of refuge.

[Watch Personal Security in Challenging Times: Hostile Vehicles here.]

Personal Security in Challenging Times is being presented in partnership with Everbridge.

Series host Steve Crimando, MA, CHPP, CTM, an internationally known consultant and educator is an expert in the application of the behavioral sciences in homeland and private security, violence prevention, crisis management, and disaster response. He is the Principal of Behavioral Science Applications, an innovative operational risk management consulting firm based in the New York Metro Area serving a global client base. He is also a member of the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals.

Personal Security in Challenging Times is based on Crimando’s innovative RADAR training program (Recognize ● Avoid ● Defuse ● Redirect). Individual short-from video segments (5-10 minutes) will deal with Situational Awareness, Street Smarts, De-escalation, Handling Hostile Encounters, Approaches to Upstander Intervention, Civil Unrest, and Vehicular Violence.

The following links will give you access to the first five installments in the Personal Security in Challenging Times series.

  • Premier episode – Key Concepts: Recognizing and Responding to Racially and Ethnically Motivated Violence (REMV)Watch
  • Episode Two – Situational AwarenessWatch
  • Episode Three – Street SmartsWatch
  • Episode Four – Verbal De-escalation. Watch
  • Episode Five – Armed Assailant Response. Watch

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