Through the analysis of past acts of violence it has become obvious that perpetrators have different motives, attacks take place at different places, at different times, on different targets, utilizing different weapons, with only one common element: the intent. The greatest probability for detecting a planned attack is, therefore, to focus on identifying intent.
This presentation covers an innovative BEHAVIOR DETECTION and SECURITY INTERVIEWING program founded on methods developed by the Israeli Security Agency, and focused on identifying both intent and potential weaponry, to enhance security & law enforcement agencies ability to prevent violent acts.
- Perpetrators Modus Operandi
- Pre-Incident Indicators
- Prinicples of Secuity Interviewing
- Proper integration of the SIRA system in any existent security operation
About Michael Rozin
Michael Rozin is the president of Rozin Security, and course director at the University of Minnesota. Rozin is the creator of the Suspicion Indicators Recognition & Assessment, a proactive behavior threat detection system. He worked at Mall of America with a focus on counterterrorism. Rozin’s work has been recognized as a leading approach to securing large public venues. He served in the Israel Defense Forces. After the military service, he worked as a field protective agent for Ben-Gurion International Airport. Rozin is a graduate of the Institute for Counter-Terrorism in Israel and completed the Advanced Security and Anti-Terrorism Training under the Israel Security Agency (Shin Bet). He worked as a principal security consultant for the Super Bowl 52 Host Committee and serves as a special deputy at Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office Crime Information Sharing and Analysis unit.