We provide threat & vulnerability assessments for your company, church, school, or organization.
Threat assessment is a structured group process used to evaluate the risk posed by a person, typically as a response to an actual or perceived threat or concerning behavior.
The primary purpose of a threat assessment is to prevent targeted violence. Our expert staff begins the threat assessment process with an analysis of the facts and evidence of behavior in a given situation. The appraisal of risk in a threat assessment focuses on actions, communications, and specific circumstances that might suggest that an individual intends to mount an attack and is engaged in planning or preparing for that event.
What is the difference between a threat assessment and a vulnerability assessment?
A vulnerability assessment evaluates any weaknesses that can be exploited. It evaluates the vulnerability of facilities across a broad range of identified threats/hazards and provides a basis for determining physical and operational mitigation measures for their protection. It applies both to new building programming and design and to existing building management and renovation over the service life of a structure.
The useful product of a vulnerability assessment is the assignment of a vulnerability rating of all appropriate aspects of building operations and systems to the defined threats for the particular facility. As with protection priority and threat ratings, vulnerability can be cast as high, medium or low.
Our experienced professionals will provide you with a detailed assessment of your organization and make recommendations for the types of security services that will benefit you most.