Overwhelming evidence-based data reveals that suicide is a leading cause of death in the United States. Further research into the data and the tragic stories shows more than enough red flags and warning signs existed before most individuals took their life, making these tragedies preventable. Evidence and success stories reveal how changes in efforts to collect, share, and connect can help intervene, prevent, and disrupt more suicides before they occur. Let's make this Suicide Awareness Month the one that makes a difference today and into the future with changes and actions that save lives all year long. This webinar will highlight how law enforcement teams can connect with schools, communities, and organizations, to create a culture of prevention, and harness the power of innovative and disruptive solutions (6 Stages of Preventing and First Preventers strategies) to disrupt status quo processes in order to save more lives. These strategies empower your school, organization, and community teams to collect and connect the dots and eliminate common and costly gaps, silos, and disconnects to more effectively prevent suicides and other and tragedies so you can start saving lives, reputations, and bottom lines every day. Are you ready to learn how a culture of prevention helps community-wide teams to eliminate soaring fears, liabilities, lawsuits, and costly long-term consequences? Join us to take action and make a difference for those in need!