FROST ICED provides comprehensive program development, training, and litigation support services for Abuse, Threat, and Violence Recognition and Response in the workplace, schools, and communities.
Frost ICED trains clients and their staff about behaviors of concern, threat assessment, and management teams across disciplines, address how to build stronger connections, explore staff, client, and student perspectives, discuss target considerations, personal violence, harm towards others or self, mandated reporting issues, legal concerns, incident response considerations, and more. Along with Trusted Partner agencies, Frost ICED will layer in the strength of site assessments, security process reviews, internal and external safety evaluations, asset protection considerations, and much more.
Law Enforcement Training Courses:
Call Out to Lock-Up
Developing Evidence-Based Investigation
Intimate Partner Violence Investigations
Stalking and Strangulation Investigations
Homicide and Death Investigations
Interviewing and Interrogation
Sexual Abuse Investigations
School Violence Recognition and Response
Threat Assessment & Management
First Responders Diversity, Equity, Inclusion
Extreme Violence Survivors
Military Sexual and Domestic Abuse
Military / Workplace Violence
Site Assessments and Security Concerns
Rachael Frost, Master Inv. (ret.), CEO, is a VIOLENCE RECOGNITION & RESPONSE SPECIALIST with over 20 years of experience in law enforcement practices and procedures investigation, domestic violence-related persons' investigation and policies, grants, and program development.
TRAINING: Ms. Frost has offered training services across the United States for the military, corporations, law enforcement agencies, non-profits, multidisciplinary persons' crimes and advocacy response groups, and more. Her ACTION Academy provides expert trainers with direct experience who believe training should provide attendees with continual engagement to maximize interest and retention. Ms. Frost has received more than 1,500 hours of training in these areas and continually attends conferences and specialty classes, as well as reviews research, to ensure her content exhibits current best practices.
PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT and GRANTS: Rachael has obtained more than $4 million in grant funds for multidisciplinary programs across wide jurisdictions. She helps entities understand grant opportunities and develop successful applications for funding.
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