Public Safety Seminar: Communication and De-Escalation Training
Thursday, January 25, 2024 (8:30 AM - 11:00 AM) (MST)
Property Managers and their teams will discover the importance of awareness within their property and outside. As Public Safety continues to escalate as a concern, it is key for staff to have tools to de-escalate situations, especially until a public safety official arrives to take over. Where is the balance of safety for the property and tenants vs. staff.
Craig Cable - Carnyx Consulting and Training
Craig is a risk management expert who provides safety and security consulting and training for schools,
corporations, and nonprofits around the country. In addition to Craig’s safety and security experience, he is a
sworn peace officer serving as a Reserve Deputy at the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office located in Fort Collins,
Colorado. As a member of law enforcement, he not only protects Larimer County’s citizens as a volunteer
patrol deputy but also trains other law enforcement members in a variety of security-related subjects. He is
an instructor for the Crisis Intervention Team (CIT), which specializes in de-escalating individuals who are a
potential danger to themselves, and/or others. Craig has an extensive training background which includes
active shooter response training through the Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training program.
He is a Threat Liaison Officer who works closely with the FBI to identify potential threats against schools and
critical infrastructure in Larimer County. He is also an NRA-certified firearms instructor, Range Safety Officer,
and tactical trauma trainer. Craig has trained hundreds of security team leaders, community volunteers, and
individuals working in schools, places of worship, and corporate settings.
1999 Broadway, Suite 1450
Denver, CO 80202 United States
Registration: 8:30am - 9:00am Program: 9:00am - 11:00am