DTRD teaches participants how to recognize and intercept threats BEFORE they happen, with the primary emphasis on prevention.
Threats to individual, organizational or corporate security are problems that persist in the increasingly complex environment we face today. The answer to the question, “How do we effectively prepare to face these hybrid and insider threats in today’s fiscally constrained environment?”
DTRD teaches individuals to be aware by observing, interpreting and analyzing the human and environmental terrain in which they live or work. Put simply, it is a critical aspect of effective security.
Increased awareness is the key to your capacity to observe effectively, analyze thoroughly, predict accurately and act decisively to avoid, mitigate or defeat potential threats.
Grey International is addressing this need with a unique course called Dynamic Threat Recognition & Decision-making (DTRD) that teaches the art and science of observing humans and the surrounding environment.
Our courses teaches how to read the uncontrollable and universal elements of behavior to proactively identify threats. DTRD teaches participants to recognize pre-event indicators with a focus on reducing the risk of active shooter and potential multiple-casualty incidents.
Lockdown drills, evacuation procedures, and police notification measures are all designed to happen after the fact.They are reactive. Security measures such as metal detectors have been proven to provide a false sense of security and can be defeated. The best way to ensure the maximum degree of safety for events held at arenas and stadiums, schools and universities, and any public gathering of large groups of people is to be proactive, not reactive.
Grey International’s DTRD has been tested and proven in some of the world’s most dangerous environments, as well as in the settings we face every day: in workplaces, schools, and college campuses – DTRD has shown it is unquestionably the most efficient and most effective system for safeguarding against violence.
Military, law enforcement, and security professionals around the world rely on DTRD because they know that safety comes from preventing violence, not from reacting to it.
KEY LEARNING POINTS:
- Enhanced situational awareness
- Solid knowledge of reactions during Crisis
- Solid understanding of Human Terrain
- Enhanced decision-making capability
- Combat Profiling
- Behavioral recognition
The six domains in the graphic above are the pillars of DTRD. They provide the filter needed to separate the “noise” and noncritical information from the relevant information used to effectively identify threats.
To make quick decisions, we need to know what to look for?
We are constantly bombarded with massive amounts of information. Without the ability to filter the “noise” from the critical information, we would not be able to effectively identify the threats. DTRD focuses on the important details in the human terrain, witch can be observed by the six domains.