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Protests, civil unrest and collective violence are one of the most significant risks facing governments and businesses for 2020. At present, collective action is reshaping the American landscape. Violent protests and aggression, here and abroad, can be targeted against governments and government officials, businesses and business leaders, and other organizations and individuals. Like other forms of violence, the threat of collective violence must be understood and managed.

Be sure to join Continuity Insights for Safety and Security in Times of Civil Unrest, a new webinar scheduled for June 18, 2020, which will be presented by internationally known homeland and private security, violence prevention, crisis management, and disaster response expert Steve Crimando.

During the webinar, Crimando will provide new and actionable information to better protect organizations, their personnel, and properties, as well as first responders and operators who may be deployed to a potential group, crowd or mob situation.

Whether in a personal or professional capacity, everyone can benefit from a knowledge and understanding of the causes, warning signs and behavioral dynamics of groups, crowds and mobs. Such an understanding better prepares individuals and organizations for the new challenges associated with the use of social media (Twitter, Face Book, etc.) and globalization as they relate to the development of crisis situations and the potential of dangerous and violent collective behavior.

This webinar will begin at 2:00 p.m. ET on Thursday, June 18, 2020 and will allow time for audience participation and Q&A. Register today for Safety and Security in Times of Civil Unrest. Registration is now open here.

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