“The inculcation of terror is paramount and deliberate; it is the main purpose of their ambition, and having an audience is crucial.”
Terrorism can be political or ideological in nature, but can be a violent personal crime as well. Most terrorist acts are planned much in advance, and, to be effective, terrorists must be able to manipulate the community and public to which their message is addressed. The inculcation of terror is paramount and deliberate; it is the main purpose of their ambition, and having an audience is crucial.
Terrorist victimization can traumatize an individual or all of your employees. Many hostage and kidnap victims experience incongruous feelings toward their captors, and the events may constitute a serious challenge to their own value systems. The most striking manifestations of this is the Stockholm syndrome. The Stockholm syndrome is an incongruous feeling of empathy toward the hostage takers and a displacement of frustration and aggression on the part of the victims toward authorities.
A team of Forensic psychiatrists is on board to train and teach employees/staff how to deal with the psychological ramifications of terrorism, should they be unfortunate enough to experience such carnage. The team will also provide employees with the mechanisms for coping with corruption and fraud, as well as solicitations from terrorists.