When a threat of violence first surfaces – to you or your family, to your employees or clients or to others– three threat assessment priorities become urgent and critical. The first is determining whether the individual poses a threat of violence. The second is assessing the person’s potential for violence. And the third is employing best practices to increase security and actively manage the threat by integrating and coordinating critical involvement by multiple parties. Our nationally recognized threat assessment and investigation experts can help you assess an individual’s potential for dangerousness and prevent incidents of violence. Our threat assessment specialists have extensive experience in evaluating an individual’s dangerousness based on the protocols established by the U.S. Secret Service to protect the U.S. President and other national and international leaders.