Lone Offenders, Radicalization, and Violence Prevention
Mon. September 25| 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM | C155/156
Session Number: 4307
Priority Subject Matter: Crisis Management, Terrorism, Workplace Violence
Event Structure: Panel Discussion
Learning Objectives: Articulate unique insights into active shooters, violent extremists, and “lone wolf” terrorists, including intervention and management strategies specific to the spectrum of individuals of concern, from the personally aggrieved to the apparently ideologically motivated.; Recognize indicators of radicalization in terms of observable behaviors associated with a deepening engagement and commitment to a particular political or religious ideology.; Discuss advanced pre-attack behaviors which include preparation necessary to reinforce a psychological readiness to carry out an attack which is often intended to culminate in the death of both themselves and others.
Director of Global Security
Federal Bureau of Investigation