This last year has been largely defined by quarantines, isolation, financial distress, loss of life and relentless uncertainty. While many are seeking help to cope with the impact of these significant and prolonged stressors, others are not or are unable to get the help they need.
With the known connection between stress and violence, we must address the increased potential for those at-risk individuals to cause harm to self and others. Now, as the world re-opens and we return to life in-person, a renewed focus on mitigating risk against violent and potentially deadly outbursts is required.
Join Dr. Gary Margolis and Brandon Rhone as they discuss the potential impact of the pandemic on workplace violence and how companies can avert risk while also empowering staff with the life skills necessary to survive an active assailant in any environment.
You will learn:
Dr. Gary Margolis, Senior Advisor, Navigate360
Dr. Gary Margolis is an entrepreneur and former law enforcement executive with a passion for supporting the safety of our communities. Dr. Margolis was active in, and held leadership positions with, the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA), and the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) where he served as a Commissioner and member of the executive committee. After twenty years in law enforcement, Dr. Margolis co-founded Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC (acquired in August 2017), a safety and security consulting firm chosen by the US Department of Justice to establish and lead The National Center for Campus Public Safety created by Congress after the tragedies at Newtown, CT and VA Tech. More recently, Dr. Margolis co-founded Social Sentinel, Inc. (acquired by Navigate360, LLC in October 2020), a SaaS-based technology company that helps safety and security teams pay attention to the digital conversation for the safety of their communities.
Brandon Rhone, Assistant Director of Training, Navigate360
Brandon Rhone manages the ALICE Training program ensuring all trainings, including virtual and in-person, are conducted with fidelity and trainers are current with strategies and certification. A former member of law enforcement retiring at the rank of Captain, Brandon has a passion for serving the community, keeping people safe and empowering them to participate in their own survival. During his law enforcement career, Brandon was Commander of the SRO unit and a certified School Resource Officer through the National Association of School Resource Officers. Brandon is also a certified instructor in many law enforcement subjects including by not limited to: Defensive Tactics Instructor, First Line Supervisor Instructor, Interview and Interrogation, Law Enforcement Intelligence, Leadership and Mastering Performance Management, School Safety Current Problems, Trends and Solutions and the Art of The Undercover.