Training: How To Recognize Armed Persons & Suspicious Behavior
Are You Prepared?
Learn more about our individual classes and our specialized training to recognize armed persons & suspicious behavior.
What to Expect from This Class
This class educates the facility staff and brings awareness to the following topics:
- Common armed person characteristics
- Crowd pattern monitoring techniques
- Patrol and observation tips for large crowds
- Creating a baseline for average behavior
- Communicating questionable behavior and information sharing with co-workers and law enforcement
Our Prepared Clients
What People are Saying
Fortress put all my emergency preparedness needs and put them in a can. Active shooter response training and incident management can be overwhelming for a property manager and for those in charge of a building full of people. The Fortress team helped guide me through this process with confidence.
Renae Breitbach, EVP, Amerimar Midwest Management Co., Inc.
Every day, the Frazer Center is entrusted with the care of 300 young children and adults with developmental disabilities. Protecting such vulnerable populations can be challenging, but Fortress Consulting gave us peace-of-mind.
Paige McKay Kubik, Executive Director, Frazer Center - Adult and Child Development Program
The Suzuki School hired Fortress Consulting to help plan and train for workplace violence. The consulting included not only reviewing the facilities and current practices, but also conducting extensive drills with our faculty and staff. I found the investment to be well worthwhile, and will make this a periodic training at our schools.
Paula Charles, President, The Suzuki School
HAVING PEACE OF MIND IS HAVING A PLAN.
Our Courses & Trainings
HB 60: GA GUN LAW
EMERGENCY FIRST AID
RECOGNIZING ARMED PERSONS & SUSPICIOUS BEHAVIOR