Preventing Violence – Violence Interdiction Method™

“I have hired Felix repeatedly to handle highly sensitive security situations and he resolved each and every one flawlessly and with the highest integrity. I would not hesitate a second to hire Felix again and I strongly recommend him and his work to others.” Mark S. Dailey, former CEO — Superior Glacier, Inc.

Workplace Violence Prevention is an ongoing process involving multiple intervention strategies (see Organizational Model).  As such consultants must have their own operating system. The Violence Interdiction Methodology (VIM™) is the process that considers the organization’s needs and capabilities, underlying values and beliefs, culture, and desired results. LI3C (Leadership, Integration, Collaboration, Coordination & Communication) or the NATER Model contributes to the creation of a seamless organizational approach to workplace violence prevention program that is Robust, Agile and Proactive (RAP) through senior management commitment and employee involvement. It is not a hit or a miss. Its intent is to integrate and collaborate resources in preventing and managing specific at-risk situations and conditions, correcting potential gaps and vulnerabilities in the prevention initiative, and coordinating the effort in an efficient and effective, cost-effective manner.  Unique to the Violence Interdiction Methodology™ is its cost savings and measurable Return on the Investment (ROI) using organic resources in its day-to-day prevention strategies and tactics. By integrating, collaborating, and coordinating resources and efforts the VIM ™ process effectively and efficiently allows the organization to stay ahead of potential problems whether one be a large, medium of small organization.


Thus, the Violence Interdiction Model allows organizations to integrate supervisors in the prevention function by ensuring leadership plays a proactive role.  Coordinating the effort increases alertness and preparedness. Assessment tools and other early warning tactics can be used to analyze and evaluate potential at risk situations, gaps, and vulnerabilities before they become unmanageable workplace security threats. The main objective of the VIM is a timely response designed to minimize the adverse impact of workplace violence with measurable results:


Showing the value of involving the workforce as part of your workplace violence prevention and security solutions through increased awareness and enhanced security.


Providing technical assistance in assessing threatening behavior and defusing those incidents that could lead to aggression by employees or non-employees.


Providing critical assessments of your workplace violence prevention security plans and programs to insure they are serving your unique workplace specific wants and needs.


Helping see the value of a prevention process that integrates and collaborates resources across functional lines to independently manage the workplace violence prevention and violence response planning and execution.


Working as part of the larger but well-coordinated disaster planning and emergency preparedness response to a Hostile Intruder or act of violence.


Helping create a team concept orientation approach between your various departments to mitigate risk as part of a Violence Prevention and Violence Response Mitigation Team.