PREVENT-AGGRESSION.COM

IN THE 9 STAGES OF A KILLER,
THERE ARE 7 STAGES YOU CAN STOP THEM.

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JOHN D. BYRNES, D.HUM.
Founder and CEO

John D. Byrnes is an author, lecturer, veteran (USS Nautilus 571) and founder of the Center for Aggression Management. Byrnes conducted Insider Threat Prevention Training for the US Army Special Operations Command, Terrorism Division in 2016.

Byrnes regularly speaks on Behavior Intervention at engagements such as being selected by the US Department of Labor to represent the United States at the Violence as a Workplace Risk Conference in Montreal, Canada, as well as Keynote Speaker at the first Protective Security Conference (ProSecCon).

Byrnes authored the NaBITA Threat Assessment Tool, which is now being used by Behavior Intervention Teams in over 177 college and university campuses as well as developed the Critical Aggression Prevention System (CAPS). Byrnes has been interviewed as an expert by major news outlets such as Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Associated Press, CBS News Radio, WESH 2 (NBC), WOFL (FOX) and more.

IDENTIFY 9 STAGES OF EMERGING AGGRESSION

Escalation Phase

  • Feb 17, 2018

    Stage 1

    Hardens points of view, begins deception, creates distance, lacks empathy.

  • Feb 17, 2018

    Stage 2

    Chooses a side and fixates on one point of view. Loses trust of others.

  • Feb 17, 2018

    Stage 3

    Abandons communication as a tool.

Conflict, bullying, abuse, harassment, and discrimination begin.

Stage 4 - Secretly creates distrust of their victim within their community. Sniper behavior.

Stage 5 - Deliberately damages the reputation of another by exposing them publicly as an enemy.

Stage 6 - Issues an ultimatum. Proclaims the victim as evil.

Crisis Phase

  • Feb 17, 2018

    Stage 7

    Complicit and in conspiracy with Stage 8&9, becomes tactical in nature.

  • Feb 17, 2018

    Stage 8

    Plans to attack victim without self-sacrifice: murderer, combatant.

  • Feb 17, 2018

    Stage 9

    Willing to do whatever it takes, including taking their own life to meet their objective: murder-suicide, terrorism.

TRAINING & TECHNOLOGY: HOW TO STOP THE CYCLE

Aggression First Observers

Aggression First Observers are trained to identify objective and measurable observables. They see the signs of aggression and let the Certified Aggression Managers know.

Certified Aggression Managers

Certified Aggression Managers are trained to identify what level of aggression an individual is at and thereby the level of threat they impose and determine the appropriate response.

Meter of Emerging Aggression (MEA) Mobile Software:

MEA Mobile Software tracks and records aggressive behavior, giving you the peace of mind that your workplace or campus is doing everything in its power to create a safe environment.

CASE STUDIES

Interview/Speaking Engagements

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Contact:

Sarah Bishop
Crank Communications
Email: sarah@crankcommunications.com
Office: 407-830-7312
Cell: 631-875-3712

John Byrnes
Center for Aggression Management
Email: johnbyrnes@aggressionmanagement.com
Office: 407-718-5637