It is not an easy conversation but a necessary one. Times require that all property management companies include training in active threat mitigation. Our guest, Mike Weller from Intelligence Consulting Partners, helps us understand how the right training can save lives.
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Our Special Guest: Mike Weller from Intelligence Consulting Partners (ICP)
Michael Weller served in the United States Marine Corps with distinction and earned an honorable discharge leading to a career within the law enforcement profession for over 31 years. He has channeled this experience into his current career as the Vice President of Operations for Intelligence Consulting Partners (ICP) for nearly 20 years as he continues to enhance his abilities by engaging in regional, national, and global instructional creation.
Does your team have a plan? Just like everyone knows where the exits are in the event of a fire, your staff needs to know what to do in the event of an active threat. But is all training the same? What should you consider when choosing your training?
Key Questions/Topics Covered
How does Intelligence Consulting Partners help America?
Our team has over 25 years of subject matter experience in the field of active threat mitigation. We have taken this experience and created a hands-on program that can be adjusted to each business’s individual needs.
Why should active threat mitigation be part of every business’ training program?
We again recognize that this is not an easy conversation, but times have changed as statistics and events have shown. Every company needs to provide its employees with the tools they need to survive in a crisis situation.
What does Step 1 of your Active Threat Mitigation program look like?
We believe in a tailored approach over cookie-cutter videos, or impersonal one-size-fits-all training courses. We start with a full site assessment to see exactly what is needed. From there, we build a customized training plan.
How would your tailor training for the property management community?
We would start at the corporate office level with a full assessment. From there, we would help create policies and training that would branch out to all their properties, being sure that each property’s individual needs are met.
Multifamily: What about the residents?
Believe it or not, people are more interested in threat mitigation than not. For your multifamily communities, we would recommend one of our seminars to provide them with the basics and know-how in the event of a crisis.
We are here to empower people, not fuel fear. Our goal is not to focus on tragedies as much as to learn from prior events to prevent further victimization. We are here to help people understand how small changes can protect themselves and potentially save lives.
What one actionable tip could you share that has served you well as an educator?
Protecting America one community at a time.Mike Weller
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