Preventing Targeted Violence: The Influence of Extremist Elements of Threat Assessment


Intended for threat assessment team members and clinicians charged with completing violence risk assessments. Attendees should have working knowledge of behavioral threat assessment principles and practices because this training builds on that information.

Speaker: Dr. Mario Scalora

Instructional Level: Advanced

Continuing Education: 5.25 continuing education credits for psychologists; This training will provide continuing education related to the diagnosis and treatment of major mental disorders. Credits will be awarded to participants who attend the entire training.


Tuesday, February 21, 2023, 9am-4pm (Central)
East Campus Union (Great Plains Rm. A)
1705 Arbor Dr., Lincoln, NE 68503

Wednesday, February 22, 2023, 9am-4pm (Central)
20272 Veterans Dr., Elkhorn, NE 68022

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  1. Understand the extremist violence construct and its applicability to threat assessment concepts.
  2. Apply the concepts of the escalatory process of extremist violence to the targeted violence pathway.
  3. Identify and analyze indicators of extremist violence mobilization.
  4. Evaluate the influence of mental illness symptoms on extremist beliefs.
  5. Formulate central questions for clinical professional to use in practice.
  6. Discuss and evaluate key threat assessment and management considerations.

For more information, view the event flyer here.

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