Phil Chalmers is a true crime writer, television personality, and a homicide trainer, who has interviewed hundreds of teen killers, school shooters, mass murderers and serial killers. He has been studying killers and culture for 35 years. He is the author of several books including the popular INSIDE THE MIND OF A TEEN KILLER.
This live training is classroom based, is fast-moving and edgy, and contains hundreds of crime scene photos and active shooting videos. Chalmers pulls no punches when he walks his attendees through the world of homicide and murder, which can be a very dark place. He educates his attendees about teen murder, school shooters, mass murder, serial murder, youth culture and crime prevention. During the training, attendees will get the rare opportunity to interview a serial killer or school shooter live on the phone, allowing them to ask questions they always wanted to ask of these violent offenders.
The history of juvenile homicide
The history of school massacres
The six types of teen killers
The thirteen causes of teen murder
The warning signs of teen killers and school shooters
The triggers of teen killers and school shooters
Dozens of homicide cases with crime scenes
Mass murderers-how they operate and who they target
The ten myths of today’s serial killers
Cause and warning signs of serial killers
Live interview with an offender during the training class
Crime prevention tips for personal defense, home security, and online safety
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Law enforcement in all areas, school resource officers, prosecutors, D.A.R.E. Officers, detectives, homicide investigators, sheriffs, sheriffs’ deputies and police officers, police chiefs, military officers, corrections officers, school administrators, principals, teachers, school superintendents, youth workers, judges, probation officers, and youth counselors.
WARNING: This training contains explicit language, adult themes, violence and graphic media. It includes sensitive content that some may find shocking or disturbing. Viewer discretion is advised.