Online registration is now CLOSED. We will be accepting a limited number of walk-in registrations on-site at the Hamilton Building, Thomas Jefferson University on the day of the event. Please contact Dorian Van Horn at 703-314-0566 for additional information.
Joint Threat Assessment Training
June 18-19, 2019
Thomas Jefferson University
130 S. 9th Street, Philadelphia, PA
The Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP) would like to personally invite you to the Second Annual Joint Threat Assessment Training, June 18 & 19, 2019 at Thomas Jefferson University, 130 S. 9th Street, Philadelphia, PA.
The Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP) is a non-profit organization whose objective is to learn more about how best to protect victims of stalking, harassment and threat situations. ATAP’s mission is to share and facilitate the experiences and techniques of professionals in the field of threat assessment and/or threat management. The association affords its diverse membership base a professional and educational environment for the exchange of experience and assessment/intervention techniques, which span all areas of case management. ATAP's ultimate goal is to assist our members in becoming better equipped to protect those in need and manage threatening or high-risk situations.
It’s an important time for understanding behavioral threat assessment. ATAP continues to be adaptable, motivated and responsive in threat assessment and threat management. Our organization is confronting a time of many changes and we’re meeting these changes during a time of larger nation-wide and global concerns. ATAP continues to meet and bring inspired people together in forums like this, to ensure our practices and policies remain at the cutting edge. As a special added value of this event, you will have the opportunity network with other professional as well as an occasion to hear presentations from leading experts in the field.
The Certified Threat Manager Exam will be hosted on June 17th before the training.
Registration Rates *SPACE IS LIMITED
Early Bird ATAP Members (on or before April 6, 2019) $250.00
Early Bird Non-ATAP Members (on or before April 6, 2019) $275.00
ATAP Members and Active Law Enforcement (after April 6, 2019) $295.00
Non-ATAP Members and Non-Active Law Enforcement (after April 6, 2019) $325.00
**Please note that attendees registering after June 3, 2019 will not be listed in the 2019 JTAT Attendee Roster.
ATAP Applying New Member:
Registrants selecting this registration option must submit their completed membership application prior to attendance at the 2019 JTAT. 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. Please download the membership application and submit it to email@example.com for processing.
COURTYARD PHILADELPHIA DOWNTOWN
21 North Juniper Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Room Block listed under JTAT/ATAP
- The registration fee includes continental breakfast, lunch and networking reception.
- The suggested hotel is approximately 2 blocks from the training site. Parking at/near the training site is limited.
- Conference dress attire is business casual.
Kristina Anderson and Lisa Hamp: The Virginia Tech Shooting: Survivors Retrospective
Kristina Anderson and Lisa Hamp, both survivors of the Virginia Tech school shooting, share their experiences from different classrooms in the same hallway in an event that changed the national conversation about campus preparedness and violence prevention in higher education.
Jim Connor and Greg Mandile: Protecting the Financial Sector: Threat Management and Protective Intelligence Collaboratively Working Together
Steve Crimando & Karie Gibson: Alone Together and Angry: Incels and Targeted Violence
Rebecca Bywater & Peter Forster: Violent Extremism on a College Campus: A Case Study
Dewey Cornell: The Virginia Model of School Threat Assessment
Jenny Brown, Rodney Bean & Leigh Hagan: Panel Interview of a Case Study
Rich Wilson: Technology in Threat Assessment: A Field Guide for Practitioners
Jin Kim: Beyond the Run-Hide-Fight Dogma: An Intro to T.A.S.K.
Pat Prince & Benjamin Kallin: Free Speech, Hate Speech and Threat: one University's Approach to Navigating the Quagmire
Michelle Calhoun & Francis Rego: Rage Against the Machine: A Case Study Assessment of Workplace Violence
Dave Okada & Lynn Van Male: Know it Before You Need It: Promoting Positive Threat Assessment and Management Practice with Recently Returned US Service Members
Jack Rozel: Beyond Tarasoff: Reconsidering Duties to Third Parties in an Era of Mass Shootings
Cancellations must be made IN WRITING and received by ATAP no later than May 20, 2019. All cancellations received on or by May 20, 2019 will be refunded less a $50 processing fee. There will be NO refunds for cancellations made after May 21, 2019.