Go Inside the Mind of a Teen Killer is a tribute to Phil Chalmers, a renowned national speaker and author who has dedicated 30 years to studying and understanding teen killers, rapists, mass murderers, and school shooters. Chalmers uses his extensive research and knowledge to educate law enforcement, school staff, and anyone who deals with teens on how to identify warning signs and potentially stop these individuals before they commit violent acts.
Chalmers’ mission stems from his own experiences growing up in an abusive and dangerous environment. After finding support and guidance from a football coach in high school, he knew he wanted to make a difference and help troubled youth. He has personally interviewed over 200 teen killers and school shooters, making him the leading authority on juvenile homicide in America.
Through his book, “Inside the Mind of a Teen Killer,” and high-energy seminars, Chalmers shares his findings on the causes, warning signs, and triggers of teen violence. He emphasizes that killers and violent teens do not have a specific “look,” but rather exhibit predictable patterns that can be identified by those around them. By understanding these patterns and taking action, Chalmers believes that violence can be prevented.
Chalmers’ training events provide in-depth information on profiling teen killers, school shooters, mass murderers, and serial killers. Attendees have the opportunity to engage in live interviews with killers from prison, gaining insights that are not available elsewhere. Topics covered include the causes, warning signs, and triggers of teen violence, as well as dangerous youth culture, drug impacts, and crime prevention.
For a limited time, Chalmers is offering his extensive Homicide Training Notebook for free, providing valuable resources to those interested in his work. Additionally, his powerful School Assembly Curriculum is available in his book, “True Lies,” which includes a DVD, jump drive, Power Point slides, script, and photos and videos of Chalmers’ impactful assembly.
Ultimately, Chalmers believes that it is up to all of us to stop the killing. By empowering ourselves with knowledge and taking proactive measures, we can make a significant impact in preventing teen violence and school shootings.
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