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THE SPEAKER Dr. Mary Ellen O’Toole retired from the Federal Bureau of
Behaviors that Precede Targeted Acts of Violence
Investigation in 2009 after a distinguished 28 year career as an FBI Agent. For nearly half of her career, Dr. O’Toole served as a Supervisory Special Agent in the Bureau’s prestigious Behavioral Analysis Unit where she was recognized as one of the FBI’s preeminent behavioral analysts. She has consulted
2:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
No Cost. No pre-registration required.
nationally and internationally on some of the most high profile
cases involving school and
Dr. Mary Ellen O’Toole
campus violence, workplace
Former Agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation
violence, and more. Dr. O’Toole specializes in the assessment of violent criminal behavior and violent crime scenes.
What will you learn? Sponsored by the Texas A&M University Task Force on Campus Emergencies.
How to identify behaviors that often precede acts of targeted violence.
Know where and when to look for warning behaviors.
Learn more about who is most likely to observe these behaviors.
Case examples will be utilized to highlight these behaviors and implications for case management will be discussed.
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This event is open to Texas A&M University faculty, staff, students, Texas A&M System Members, local emergency services personnel and public school employees.
Published on Aug 10, 2010
Former Federal Bureau of Investigation agent, Dr. Mary Ellen O’Toole, will give a presentation about “Warning Signs: Behaviors that Precede...