Situational Awareness

Derived from the U.S. Marine Corps Combat Hunter program, TII’s Situational Awareness and Predictive Analysis (SAPA) course is designed to teach both civilians and government employees how to detect and respond to potential threats, including terrorist attacks and active shooter scenarios.

The course accomplishes this by utilizing Predictive Analysis techniques based on the scientific domains of Human Behavior Pattern Analysis. This course also provides advanced Interviewing and deception detection techniques, which allows the client to quickly determine if an individual or employee is attempting to deceive.

Situational Awareness training is applicable to virtually any environment, and if offered to Government, Military, Law Enforcement, and First Responders, as well as employees of critical infrastructure and public venues that could be considered high-value targets.

Learning Objectives: Upon successful completion of the training, the client will possess knowledge and understanding of the following:

  • The Six Domains of Predictive Analysis
  • Threat vs. Suspicion vs. Risk
  • Detection of suspicious activity
  • Recognizing Aggressive Intentions
  • Addressing a suspicious object or person
  • Enhanced overall situational awareness
  • How to know when someone is trying to deceive
  • Increased understanding of every day environments
  • Increased observation and anomaly detection
  • Increased awareness and detection of potential threats
  • Advanced interviewing skills

New! Register Now for the next SAPA training which will be held in Toronto, Canada from November 14-16, 2016.

New! TII provides SAPA Training to members of the Caribbean Shipping Association in San Juan, Puerto Rico, August 2016.

New! SAPA Article posted in the latest addition of the London Metropolitan Police Bulletin.