Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (CATAP)
October 25-27, 2017 | Charlevoix, Quebec

We invite proposals for speakers and posters addressing topics in all areas of threat assessment and management; proposals that involve new and emerging topics within: general violence, domestic violence, stalking, work place, school violence, sexual assault, and terrorism. Proposals will be evaluated through a blind review process focused on intellectual merit, innovation, and integration of multiple aspects of the field.
The DEADLINE for submissions is Tuesday, February 28, 11:59pm PST

 

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Lone Terrorism refers to violent acts carried out in support of some group, movement, or ideology by a single individual in the absence of assistance of an outside group. How do we ensure a comprehensive assessment of risk factors for such tragic acts before they happen? This exclusive training from the Global Institute of Forensic Research presents the development and utility of the Terrorist Radicalization Assessment Protocol-18 (TRAP-18). The instrument is designed to code for 8 proximal warning behaviors (such as pathway, identification, fixation, and novel aggression) and 10 longer term distal characteristics (such as personal grievance, ideological framing, virtual networking, and psychopathology). Research concerning the TRAP-18 is ongoing in both North America and Europe, and findings are demonstrating both inter-rater reliability and criterion validity. Presented by the developer of the TRAP-18, this live and interactive webinar is eligible for 3 Hours of valuable Continuing Education Credit.

 

For more information http://www.gifrinc.com/trap-18-webinar/

 

Conference in Signapore, 13 - 15 February 2017

The APATAP Committee are pleased to announce that a draft program for the 2017 Conference is now available for viewing at the conference website:
http://www.apatap.org/annual-conference

The conference website also contains information regarding registrations fees, venue and accommodation information.  Early bird registrations will be open shortly.

So start planning and we look forward to seeing you in Singapore

International Conference on Terrorism, Extremism and Mental Health Services

This conference will be of interest to mental health professionals – psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, nurses and managers – and also to counter-terrorism practitioners and academics in terrorism studies. The growing evidence that mental disorders are of importance in this area, contrary to the previous consensus, will be explored. More importantly, the conference aims to begin to consider the practical implications of this for practitioners and how multi-agency approaches may be helpful.

 

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 Presenters: Dr. Stephen White & Katherine Timmel
- 10% discount for AETAP members

 

Assessment of Violence Risks (WAVR-21)

29 & 30 August 2016, 9.00 - 16.30 h

 

Workplace Violence Prevention - Advanced Course

31 August 2016, 9.00 - 16.30 h

 

You can find more detailed information here: 

https://www.ethz.ch/services/en/service/safety-security-health-environment/training-and-continuing-education/workshops-bedrohungsmanagement.html

The threat from within: from home grown terrorists, to terrorists within the home and workplace.

Closing date for abstracts 31 July 2016

 

APATAP supports both learning in the region and the study of Asia Pacific behaviours, and is seeking presenters with both global and regional perspectives and experiences of threat management. Submissions may address:

  • Violent extremism
  • Workplace violence
  • Managing threats to organisations
  • Multidisciplinary threat assessment
  • Systems approaches to threat management and the interplay between these systems: The policing, health, education and corporate sectors
  • Family violence: risk assessment, stalking, the impact of family violence on the workplace, and management and interventions
  • Social media and threat management
  • Case studies highlighting different approaches to threat management, from the identification of a problem to its resolution. We encourage submissions of cases that will incorporate audience participation and comment, and may include cases in which the outcome was less than optimal.

more information  Call for Abstracts