Presentations AETAP Conference 2018

AETAP Conference 2018

 

These documents are for your personal use only!

24th April


Dr Paul Gill
Sequencing lone actor terrorist behaviors  Presentation




Dr Laura Guy
State of the art and science in youth violence risk assessment pdficon large Presentation




Dr. Renate Geurts
Strengthening threat assessment interviewing: Insights drawn from negotiations and interrogation pdficon large  Presentation




Dr Caroline Logan
Forensic clinical interviewing: practical skills for threat assessment professionals pdficon large Presentation




Dr Annabel Chan & Luke Bartlett
QuAIC relief: qualifiying the « gut feeling » in case triage pdficon large Presentation




25th April – Track I


Jason Forgash
The threat inside the walls: discerning between delusions, hallucinations and actual threats faced by mentally ill individuals and methods of successful assessment and case management pdficon large Presentation




Dr. Cornelis van Putten
Integrity testing and threat assessment pdficon large Presentation




Dr. Susanne Strand
Policing stalking pdficon large Presentation




Dr. Ryan Burnette
Novel threats at the convergence of biosecurity and cybersecurity pdficon large Presentation




Christopher Dean
Identifying radicalization to violent  extremism in prison: the Prison Radicalization Awareness Guide (PRAG) pdficon large Presentation




Dr Camie  Condon & Jeff Weyers
Using open source intelligence in assessing potential for violence by foreign fighters      pdficon large Presentation




Dr Stephen Hart & Dr Randy Kropp
 What every threat assessment professional needs to know about sexual violence  pdficon large Presentation




25th April – Track II


Mikko Savela

&

Markus Haaranen

Case study of threat case against Helsinki University pdficon large Presentation




Kristina Anderson
Safety is personal: lessons learned as survivor of the Virgina Tech tragedy pdficon large Presentation




Dr Gene Deisinger
Campus behavioural threat assessment and management in the US 2007 to present pdficon large Presentation




Katherine Timmel & Adrian Meier
Threat managment at ETH Zurich – « from cradle to grave » pdficon large Presentation




Atte Oksanen
Cyberhate and young offenders: emerging forms of violent ideation pdficon large Presentation




26th April

Dr. Lina Alathari
Case studies to illustrate the importance of gatheringand corroborating information from multiple systems on concerning behaviours communications pdficon large Presentation




Dr. Gerard Labuschange & Bronwynn Stollarz
Anonymous threats involving bomb threats towards a South African company pdficon large Presentation




Dr. Russ Palarea & Chuck Tobin
A shot in the dark: when a persistent threatener finally commits a violent act pdficon large Presentation




Elsine van Os
Anonymous threatening communications pdficon large Presentation




 Jascha van Hoorn  Setting up a threat management facility  pdficon large Presentation




Presentations AETAP Conference 2015

 

AETAP Conference 2015

We hope you enjoy your stay in Lucerne and looking forward to meeting you again next year.

 

The documents are for your personal use only!

 

 

14th April


 

Dr. Martin Boess Threat Management in                                  Switzerland pdficon large Presentation




Dr. Stephen Hart What is evidence based threat assessment? pdficon large Presentation




Dr. Randy Kropp Assessment of lethal spousal violence pdficon large Presentation




Justine Glaz-Ocik
Assessing the risk of lethal violence in cases of intimate partner violence pdficon large Presentation




 

 

15th April


 

Jim Cawood
Threat assessment team evolution pdficon large Presentation




Dr. Claudia
Brandkamp
Threat management and workplace violence prevention within Deutsche Telekom pdficon large Presentation




Professor, Dr. Geoff Dean Griffith The threat of violent extremists: a neurocognition approach to risk assessment pdficon large  Presentation




Ron Tunkel Behavioral analysis techniques for investigating cases of anonymous threatening communications pdficon large Presentation




Dr. Josanne van Dongen & Tanya van Neerbos Screening and threat assessment of disordered threateners pdficon large Presentation




Dr. Vivienne de Vogel Gender issues in violence risk assessment pdficon large Presentation




 

 

 

16th April


 

Dr. Peter Collins Sovereign citizens and freeman-on-the-land pdficon large Presentation




Nils Böckler Radicalization case FRA pdficon large Presentation




Dr. med. Andreas Frei Mass-murder and psychological autopsy pdficon large Presentation

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Dr. Gerard Labuschagne A South African case study pdficon large Presentation




Katherine Timmel Zamboni & Adrian Meier Threat assessment and management in universities – a review of the last seven years pdficon large Presentation




 

 

Presentations AETAP Conference 2016

AETAP Conference 2016

We hope you enjoy your stay in Ghent and looking forward to meeting you again next year in Dublin!

Save the date → 24th – 28th of April 2017 ← 10th AETAP Conference in Dublin

 

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The documents are for your personal use only!

 

19th April


 

Dr Reid Meloy Threat assessment: scholars, operators, our past, our future pdficon large Presentation




H.E. Amb. Claudia De Maesschalck Risk based approach: experiences from a BE NSA perspective pdficon large Presentation




Prof. Dr Jan Van den Bulck ‘I like, follow, share, stalk, and groom you’ – social media and threat assessment pdficon large  Presentation

Reference to a Social Media Connecting Tool http://pathar.net/





Dr Russel Palarea & Bram Van der Meer
Psychological strategies for threat investigations pdficon large Presentation




 

 

20th April


 

Dr Stephen Hart Some thorny issues in threat assessment pdficon large Presentation




Bianca Voerman Developing a risk assessment and management approach in extremist cases pdficon large Presentation




Dr Frederic Declercq
A case of mass murder: personality disorder, psychopathology and violence mode pdficon large Presentation




Dr Jens Hoffmann Lone-actor terrorists – Warning Behaviors, Risk Assessment, and Copycat Effects pdficon large Presentation




Dr Lisa Warren The paradigm of persistence: a reexamination of muliple intrusions pdficon large Presentation




 

 

21th April


Dr David James Concerning and threatening communications: developing a structured approach to assessment and management pdficon large Presentation




SSA Molly Amman Assessing violence risk in threatening communications: the FBI model pdficon large Presentation

References to a Threat Managing Tool http://awareity.com/





Dr Vivienne de Vogel Gender issues in the assessment and manifestation of psychopathy pdficon large Presentation




Dr Laura Guy Developmental considerations for threat assessment with youth pdficon large Presentation

Access to publications from Steinberg





Chuck Tobin Assessing an organization’s capacity to manage threat pdficon large Presentation




Presentations AETAP Conference 2017

AETAP Conference 2017

 

These documents are for your personal use only!

25th April


Dr Paul Gill
Sequencing lone actor terrorist behaviors  Link to Prezi




Dr Randy Kropp
Intimate partner violence
outside the home: Threat
assessment and management in the workplace and on campus.
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Dr. Ryan Burnette Biosecurity for the Consummate Security
Professional: The Rise of
Insider Threats in Traditional and Community Laboratories
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Dr Reid Meloy
Public figure attacks in the US between 1995-2015 pdficon large Presentation




26th April – Academia


Nils Böckler
Blurring the Boundaries: The Role of Social Media in the Genesis and Early Detection of Targeted Violence – A Case Study pdficon large Presentation




Rhonda Saunders The crime of stalking, then and now pdficon large Presentation




Dr. Gerard Labuschagne & Dr. Russ Palarea
Product tampering and
extortion threats: A case
example involving a major South African retailer
no slides available, for further information please contact the speakers




Dr. Annabel Chan & Luke Bartlett Posting a Threat: Threat
Management in the Cyber World
 Link to Prezi




Dr. Cynthia Baxter & Mr. Veldhoen Understanding Personality Disorders in Threat Assessment Please contact Dr. Cynthia Baxter for the presentation




Rory Steyn
Security and protection issues related to his work for president Nelson Mandela         Book from Rory Steyn




26th April – Corporate


Chris Smith Exploring Organisational
Resilience and the Malicious
Insider
no slides available




Mark Miskelley Implementing Threat
Management into the
Corporate World
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Chuck Tobin Analyzing Approach Behavior Research and the Protection of Prominent Persons pdficon large Presentation




Det. Jason Forgash &
Dr. Shannon Wasley
Multi-Disciplinary Lessons from a Private Institution Stalking Case no slides available




Niall Burns Commercial Close Protection – The Realities pdficon large Presentation




27th April

Dr. Gene Deisinger 10th anniversary of Virginia
Tech shooting and impact on Threat Management as well as lessons from that case
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Dr. Stephen White The Isla Vista Mass Murder Link to article




Dr. Catherine Camilletti Targeting Nationally Prominent Attractions and Events no slides available




Dr. Stephen Hart Cultural issues in threat
assessment
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Aetap Konferenz 2015

AETAP Konferenz 2015

Die Association of European Threat Assessment Professionals freut sich, Ihnen das neue Programm der 8. AETAP-Konferenz in Luzern zu präsentieren. Wir laden alle Personen, die sich in Forschung und Beruf mit Themen im Bereich Bedrohungs- und Risikomanagement beschäftigen ein, mit uns in Luzern neue Einblicke in diese Thematiken zu gewinnen.

Konferenz Programm

Die Konferenz findet vom 14. bis zum 16. April im Hotel Schweizerhof in Luzern, mit zwei zusätzlichen Fach-Seminaren am 13. und am 17. April statt. Alle Konferenzbeiträge werden in Englisch gehalten, von Montag bis Donnerstag wird eine Simultanübersetzung in deutscher Sprache angeboten.

Weitere Informationen entnehmen sie bitte dem pdf-Programm:
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Programm 2015

 

Hotelempfehlungen in Luzern

Nachfolgend möchten wir Ihnen eine Reihe von Hotels in Luzern empfehlen, die sich in der Nähe des Konferenzortes befinden:

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Registrierung

Der Eröffnungsempfang sowie Snacks und Kaffepausen während der Konferenz als auch das Gala Dinner sind in der Konferenzgebühr enthalten. Für Studierende gibt es einen Preisnachlass von 10% auf die Konferenzgebühr – Bitte kontaktieren Sie Justine Glaz-Ocik (justine.glaz-ocik@aetap.eu) oder Karoline Roshdi (karoline.roshdi@aetap.eu) für nähere Informationen.

 

Konferenz (14.-16. April)
– Simultanübersetzung in deutscher Sprache


 

  • Mitglieder (AETAP, ATAP, APATAP, CATAP) 420, 00  €
  • Nicht- Mitglieder 540, 00  €
  • 3 oder mehr Personen einer Organisation/ Institutionen 510, 00  €
  • Gebühr für ReferentInnen 290, 00  €
  • zusätzliche Gäste für das Gala Dinner 85, 00  €

Fach-Seminare (13. & 17. April)


 

  • Fach-Seminar I (13. April – 220, 00  €)
    – Übersetzung in deutscher Sprache
    Risikoeinschätzung in Fällen ehrbedingter Gewalt (PATRIARCH)
    Dr. Randy Kropp – CAN; Dr. Henrik Belfrage – SWE  
  • Fach-Seminar II (17. April –  220, 00  €)
    keine Übersetzung
    Gewalt am Arbeitsplatz – Fallstudien/-besprechungen
    Dr. Gerard Labuschagne – SA; Mr. Bram van der Meer – NL; Mr. Totti Karpela – FIN

 

Bezahlung

Pay Pal


 

Bitte füllen Sie nach Bezahlung über PayPal das Registrierungsformular aus. Sie werden nach dem Bestellvorgang automatisch weitergleitet oder finden das Formular unter folgendem Link – Registrierungsformular.

Registrierung AETAP Konferenz 2015

 

Banküberweisung


 

Bitte füllen Sie das Registrierungsformular aus, wir senden Ihnen dann eine Rechnung zu:

AETAP 2015 Luzern / Registrierungsformular 14.-16. April (Konferenz) und 13. & 17. April (Fach-Seminare)

 

Presentation at the AETAP Conference 2014

Presentations held at the AETAP Conference 2014

We hope you enjoy your stay in Stockholm and looking forward to meeting you again in Lucerne 2015.

The documents are for your personal use only!

 

Threat Assessment for Major Sports Events

Speaker: Simon Murphy

 


 

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Setting up an Interdisciplinary Regional Threat Management Process

Speaker: Dr. Jens Hoffmann, Karoline Roshdi & Manuela Müller

 


 

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Improving Threat Management: Formulation & Case Conzeptualisation of Violence Risk

Speaker: Dr. Stephen Hart

 


 

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Threat Assessment as part of Investigative Psychological Advice

Speaker: Dr. Gerard Labuschagne

 


 

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Refining the Assessment of Explicit Threats

Speaker: Dr. Lisa Warren

 


 

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Violence Triage – Screening for Obvious Signs of Violence Risk

Speaker: Dr. Kelly Watt

 


 

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Workplace Violence within a Police Organization

Speaker: Steve Burton & Bram Van Der Meer

 


 

 

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Insider Threat Security Profiling

Speaker: Berndt Rif

 


 

 

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The approach of a Regional Police Threat Assessment Unit

Speaker: Ellen Harbers

 


 

 

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Characteristics of U.S. Government Attackers: Strategies for Mitigating the Threat

Speaker: Dr. Catherine Camilletti

 


 

 

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Presentation at the AETAP Conference 2013

Presentations held at the AETAP Conference 2013

We hope you enjoy your stay in Vienna and looking forward to meeting you again in Stockholm 2014.

The documents are for your personal use only!

 

Using Local Networks and Threat Assessment

Speaker: Barbara Jauk

 


 

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A Perspective On Threat Management in China

Speaker: Raymond Lee & Totti Karpela

 


 

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Practical Considerations for Working Joint
Threat Assessment and Management Cases
in the United States

Speaker: James S. Cawood

 


 

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The Assessment and Management of Individual
Risk for Group-Based Violence: The Multi-Level
Guidelines

Speaker: Alana N. Cook & Stephen D. Hart

 


 

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Executive Protection – Less is More

Speaker: Pierre Kaagman

 


 

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Managing Threats In Organizations

Speaker: Marc McElhaney

 

 


 

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