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Matthew Doherty was featured in an article from The Washington Post. It talks about the Lewiston, Maine mass killer’s warning signs of violence and what actions could have made a difference in preventing this tragedy.
Matt is nationally recognized for his work in violence prevention and threat assessment and management. As managing director of the Sikich workforce risk management team, Matt brings extensive experience gained in three decades of distinguished service across government and the private sector. He helps organizations build and expand violence prevention programs; assess and manage violence risks; train and empower workforces; and gain the business benefits that come with safe and supportive workplaces.
Read the article here: Why all the warnings about the Maine gunman didn’t stop the massacre