Active Shooter and Bank Robbery Situations: Before, During and After Seminar
Active shooter situations are possible wherever people gather: school, work, places of worship, sporting events, etc. The Minneapolis FBI has developed a presentation which addresses the active shooter threat in a diversity of situations. During this presentation, Special Agent Joseph Malhoit, will cover:
- How to identify potential pre-event indicators of a person preparing to embark on a mass violence event
- He will look at past mass violence events and the research and statistics related to active shooters.
- Another aspect of this presentation, which is unique, is that SA Malhoit will instruct attendees regarding “Active Listening Skills.” These skills can be used to assist people with preventing an Active Shooter situation and not just surviving one.
The bank robbery presentation covers:
- What to do before, during and after a bank robbery
- Will also focus on prevention, survival and investigations of bank robberies.
Who Should Attend?
All bank staff can benefit from this session that meets your annual security training requirement, but especially: Security officers, executive management, teller and frontline supervisors
Joseph Malhoit, Special Agent, who earned a BS in Pastoral Studies from North Central University and a MA in Psychology from St. Mary’s University. SA Malhoit has been an FBI Agent for 19 years. Previously assigned to White Collar Crime, Domestic Terrorism and Violent Crime with an emphasis on Child Prostitution. For the past three years, SA Malhoit has been the Training Coordinator for the Minneapolis FBI Office. During his FBI career, SA Malhoit has been a Crisis Negotiator, the Employee Assistance Coordinator, a Relief Supervisor and the Crimes Against Children Coordinator. SA Malhoit has given numerous Active Shooter Presentations over the past three years in a wide variety of settings, including schools, colleges, businesses, and community groups.