Workplace Violence Prevention and Threat Management

Proactive workplace violence prevention 

For more than 45 years, Control Risks has advanced the concepts of proactive workplace violence prevention, threat assessment and threat assessment training, developing programs to identify and mitigate threats before they become a crisis.

We have formed a market-leading speciality threat management team with extensive expertise in behavioral analysis, threat assessment, mental health issues and violence prevention and response programmes. The team is comprised of former leaders of the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) and local law enforcement as well as attorneys and mental health professionals. 

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