2018 ATAP Great Plains Chapter Fall Training in Omaha
Title: Emerging Challenges in Threat Assessment
The ATAP Great Plains Chapter Fall training will focus on integrating aspects of threat assessment and mental health issues. 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.
Date / Time: October 18 & 19, 2018
8:00AM - 8:30AM Registration
8:30AM - 4:00PM Training
Who Should Attend:
ATAP Members, Law Enforcement, Security Professionals, School Professionals, Licensed Behavioral Health Professionals, Probation and Criminal Justice Professionals.
ATAP Members, *Active Law Enforcement & **Students - $200
Non-Members and Non-Active Law Enforcement - $275
***ATAP Applying New Members: $345 ($200 Member Rate + $145 application fee and pro-rated dues for the remaining months of 2018)
*Note: Active Law Enforcement rate applies ONLY to currently sworn police officers, district attorneys and city attorneys.
**Note: Students must be enrolled in a graduate program in the field of criminal justice or psychology, and must provide school and instructor’s name as a reference.
***Registrants selecting this new registration option must submit their completed membership application prior to attendance at the Great Plains Fall Chapter Training. Membership is not confirmed or guaranteed until all sponsorship confirmations are completed and membership is approved. New Member Application fees are nonrefundable, and must be paid in
full at the time your registration.