San Diego Association of Threat Assessment Professionals presents an
All Day Conference:
BEHAVIORAL THREAT ASSESSMENT:
Preventing the Active Shooter/Killer
Thursday, October 19, 2017
9:00am to 4:00pm
Cost: $75—payment check or cash
RSVP: Wendy Patrick — San Diego ATAP President, firstname.lastname@example.org
On-site registration starts at 8:15am
Kevin Smith, Deputy District Attorney, San Bernardino
Rachael Frost, Investigator, Riverside County Sheriff’s Office
Patrick Prince, Chief Threat Officer, USC
Remarks by District Attorney Summer Stephan
Kevin Smith has been a prosecutor for over 18 years and has previously served as an Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) for the United States Department of Justice. As an AUSA, Mr. Smith led and directed federal and local law enforcement per-sonnel on a Joint Terrorism Task Force in conducting national security investigations of terrorist and extremist groups, terrorist financing, and threats of terrorist attacks. Mr. Smith has personally debriefed and interrogated homegrown violent extremists regarding recruitment, financing, training, target selection, pre-operational activities and attack plans.
Rachael Frost is the program coordinator and developer for the Riverside County Domestic Violence Threat Management team. Investigator Frost has testified in numerous cases regarding domestic violence, sexual assault, strangulation and stalking as an expert witness. She is currently working on the countywide enhancement of the Riverside County multi-disciplinary Threat Management Teams (TMTs) which encourage and incorporate the threat assessment and management of those at risk.
Patrick Prince Mr. Prince has been in the field for over 30 years conducting threat assessments and designing risk mitigation plans. He has consulted on more than 1,500 cases of threatening situations or acts of violence in the workplace for clients in-cluding numerous Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and educational institutions. These cases include a wide array of situations ranging from hostile intimidation, harassment and verbal threats to physical assaults, acts of sabotage, felony stalking, discharging firearms in the workplace, active shooter response, and on-the-job homicide.