I think there is a lot more work to be done with this project. It would appear that some agreement on three of the warning behaviors—fixation, identification, and leakage is working, but even the data on them has been less than convincing. The study and those like it are on the right track, and this type of warning behavior study are what is needed for where both Security and Law Enforcement has to go, if we are to stop, or at least prevent some of the attacks from happening. It should be recognized that this method is considered an investigative tool, not a tool for first responders, or for that matter all of us dealing with active shooter or bomber situations to work with. I would still point to the Behavior analysis of the Marine Corp Combat Hunter Program, or another form of situational awareness training as the preferred method of catching the bad guys as they plan or prepare for an attack.
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