Great Plains Association of Threat Assessment Professionals Fall Training Event
Sponsored by the University of Nebraska Public Policy Center and the Great Plains Chapter of the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (GPATAP), the annual GPATAP Fall Training Event focuses on integrating aspects of threat assessment and mental health issues. For the 2018 training, there will be an emphasis on both school and corporate environments, and presenters will provide a comprehensive look at current threat assessment issues, standards of practice for mental health professionals, approaches to assess post-event incidents, the role of social media, and managing threat assessment cases.
The Fall GPATAP training event is for ATAP Members, Law Enforcement, Security Professionals, School Professionals, Licensed Behavioral Health Professionals, Probation and Criminal Justice Professionals. A primary goal of the training is to train professionals on managing threat assessment situations and mitigate risk.
For more information, visit the Threat Assessment website or learn more about the Educational Service Unit’s Threat Assessment Training around the state of Nebraska.
See the conference brochure for more information on this year’s event.
Key PartnersGreat Plains Association of Threat Assessment Professionals
FundingGreat Plains Association of Threat Assessment Professionals
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