August 13.-16., 2013 in Anaheim, USA

This conference will educate you regarding the nature of stalking and threatening behavior, provide you with practical methods for managing threatening situations and supply you with the most current research data.

September 9th, 2013, Olten, Switzerland 

The conference gives an overview of the current threat management developments in Europe and Switzerland. Topics will be regional threat management networks, the role of psychiatry, warning behaviors, case studies, threats and violence against women and more. 

The event is organized by the Solothurn canton police in cooperation with the Institute Psychology and Threat Management.

The conference will be held in German language only. 

DEADLINE: JULY 1/2013

 

The Canadian Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (CATAP) is once again holding a poster session at the 2013 Annual CATAP meeting in Banff, AB. Conference organizers encourage a variety of poster presentations submitted by all professionals that focus on practical applications of threat/risk assessments and invite all disciplines internationally to apply.

THURSDAY 17th AND FRIDAY 18th JUNE, 2013

 

The intensive workshop will provide participants with accredited training in the administration and use of the Stalking Risk Profile: Guidelines for the assessment and management of stalkers (SRP). The SRP is a structured professional judgement tool specific to risk assessment of stalkers. It has been developed by a group of internationally recognised experts in the field who combine their research interest in stalking with extensive clinical practice with both stalkers and their victims.

THURSDAY 13th AND FRIDAY 14th JUNE, 2013

 

The intensive workshop will provide participants with accredited training in the administration and use of the Stalking Risk Profile: Guidelines for the assessment and management of stalkers (SRP). The SRP is a structured professional judgement tool specific to risk assessment of stalkers. It has been developed by a group of internationally recognised experts in the field who combine their research interest in stalking with extensive clinical practice with both stalkers and their victims.

This one day event will contain state of the science information about threat assessment and threat management in the workplace utilizing the WAVR-21, a structured professional guide developed by the presenters. This is a "can't miss" event for any individual working in a profession which requires the evaluation of risk of violence and/or the management of the subject of a risk based investigation, including law enforcement, security, mental health, education, human resources, corporate administrators, etc. While this program will be presented at a high level, those with no experience in threat assessment and threat management will derive a significant amount of information by attending.