T H E2 9 T HA N N U A LTHREAT MANAGEMENT CONFERENCEA U G U S T 13 - 16 , 2 019 A N A H E I M , C A L I F O R N I A PRESENTED BYAssociation of Threat Assessment ProfessionalsLos Angeles Police Department Threat Management Unit
T H E2 9 T HA N N U A LTHREAT MANAGEMENT CONFERENCEA U G U S T 13 - 16 , 2 019 A N A H E I M , C A L I F O R N I ACONFERENCE INFORMATIONThe Association of Threat Assessment Professionals and the Los Angeles Police Department Threat ManagementUnit are pleased to present the Twenty-Ninth Annual Threat Management Conference, designed to address majorissues surrounding mass shootings and other public attacks, workplace violence, school/campus violence, domesticviolence, assassination of public figures and other situations involving the prevention of targeted violence. A varietyof nationally recognized speakers will give presentations on current information, research and techniques relating tothe industry.Security procedures at the conference will require a picture ID for picking up conference materials, and visibledisplay of the conference badge at all sessions and events. By registering and attending the conference, attendeesagree that they and their personal property will be subject to search, as requested, before or during attendanceat any conference session or event. Refusal to allow the requested search will be grounds for uncompensatedrevocation of access to all conference sessions and events.ATAP retains the right to refuse and/or revoke admission to any and all conference events to any person who, inATAP’s sole discretion, presents a threat of harm to themselves or others, and/or whose conduct or presence has orwill cause disruption to the conference.
THE PURPOSE OF THIS CONFERENCE: Educate attendees regarding the prevention of targeted violence attacks Provide attendees with practical methods to assess and manage threat and potentially violent situations Provide case studies and current research findingsWHO SHOULD ATTEND? Law Enforcement Prosecutors and Private Practice Attorneys Corporate Security Legal and Human Resources Professionals School/University Administrators Resource Officers and Counselors Mental Health and Behavioral Science Professionals Executive Protection Professionals Threat Assessment Practitioners and Researchers Victim/Witness Coordinators Probation/Parole OfficialsPROFESSIONAL CREDITS: American Psychological Association (APA*) Certified Protection Professionals (CPP) MCLE Credit Pending Approval*APA CreditsUniversity of Nebraska Public Policy Center (UNPPC) is approved by the American PsychologicalAssociation to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The UNPPC maintains responsibility for this programand its content.
PRICING AND INFORMATIONCONFERENCE REGISTRATION PRICINGEarly-Bird Rates through May 31, 2019 ATAP Members and Members of International TAPs: 650 *Active Law Enforcement: 675 ATAP Apply New Members: 865 ( 650 215 Application Fee and First Year Dues) Non-Law Enforcement/Non ATAP Members: 745 **Students: 550Regular Registration Rates on or after June 1, 2019 ATAP Members and Members of International TAPs: 695 *Active Law Enforcement: 725 ATAP Apply New Members: 910 ( 695 215 Application Fee and First Year Dues) Non-Law Enforcement/Non ATAP Members: 775 **Students: 550*Note: Active Law Enforcement rate applies ONLY to currently sworn law enforcement personnel, prosecutors, and prosecution investigators.**Note: Students must be enrolled in a graduate program in the field of criminal justice or psychology, and must provide the school and instructor’sname as a reference.TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE NEW MEMBER DISCOUNT!Begin the ATAP Membership Process and Register for the TMC All at the Same Time!**ATAP APPLYING NEW MEMBER: 865 ( 650 215 Application Fee and First Year Dues - Before May 31, 2019) 910 ( 695 215 Application Fee and First Year Dues - After May 31, 2019)Registrants selecting this registration option must submit their completed membership application prior to attendanceat the 2019 TMC. Membership is not confirmed or guaranteed until membership is approved. New MemberApplication fees are nonrefundable, and must be paid in full at the time of your registration.Please download the membership application and submit it to [email protected] for gistrationMissing.aspx?id 773396&itemid 6baf5089-82a6-44df92fe-fff03f87c5aeSOME MEMBER BENEFITS INCLUDE:Professional Networking: Those involved in the threat assessment profession know the importance of having the bestand most current information available at all times. ATAP local chapter meetings allow members to stay in contact with theprofessionals closest to you. Learn what other ATAP members in your area are doing, and share your experiences and successeswith colleagues around you. The ability to confer with members throughout the entire association is made possible through theATAP Workplace. This is a critical tool ensuring that members are up-to-date on the matters affecting the threat assessmentprofession. Education: The ATAP chapter meetings, Winter Conference and TMC serve as vital educational and professionalresources, offering in-depth and timely information about our industry. They provide an opportunity to obtain skills and solutionsto further members’ success. Educational opportunities include comprehensive workshops, seminars, exciting guest speakers, andpresentations on new techniques and research in the industry. Local Chapters: ATAP is an association comprised of chapterswhich provide local networking and educational opportunities to its membership. There are currently 14 chapters throughoutthe United States with more to come in the near future. Our local chapter put members in touch with professionals from variousdisciplines in the threat assessment field. Whether you have a simple question or a complex problem needing assistance, yourATAP colleagues are only a phone call or email away. For more information on ATAP membership visit the ATAP website athttps://www.atapworldwide.org/page/aboutus.
HOW TO REGISTERRegister immediately for the Twenty-Ninth Annual Threat Management Conference by completing the onlineregistration form. If you’re an ATAP member, make sure to log into the website to receive member pricing! Allconference pre-registrations must be received by July 31, 2019. Registration is capped at 1,000 attendees. Once thecap is reached, registration will only be available as cancellations occur, and registration through the ATAP websitereopens.ATAP will not be keeping a waitlist.You may pay online with a credit card, or send check payments to:ATAP700 R Street Suite 200Sacramento, CA 95811Cancellation and Payment Policy:Cancellations must be made IN WRITING and received by ATAP no later than July 31, 2019. Allcancellations received by July 31, 2019 will be refunded less a 50 processing fee. There will be NO refunds forcancellations made after July 31, 2019.*Once payment has been received for a registration, will be a 15 fee associated with any change of paymentmethod on a registration invoice.HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONSDISNEYLAND HOTEL1150 Magic WayAnaheim, CA 92802*Please visit the ATAP website for current details on hotel room block information.ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:The registration fee includes a continental breakfast each day and lunch on Tuesday, Wednesday andThursday. No lunch is provided on Friday.Conference dress attire is business casual. It is recommended that you have a jacket or sweater, as the GrandBallroom is kept at a cool temperature.Parking: Self-parking for non-hotel guests will be provided for 15 per day. Valet parking is available for anadditional 28 per day, per car. Once in/once out parking privileges.For group rate discount tickets to all Disney attractions, visit our online ticket store at www.atapworldwide.orglocated on the conference page.
T H E2 9 T HA N N U A LTHREAT MANAGEMENT CONFERENCEA U G U S T 13 - 16 , 2 019 A N A H E I M , C A L I F O R N I ACONFERENCE AGENDA:12:00-1:30PMSUBJECT TO CHANGEMONDAY, AUGUST 125:00-7:00PMRegistrationTUESDAY, AUGUST 137:00-11:00AMRegistration7:00-8:00AMContinental Breakfast8:00-9:00AMWelcome Remarks and Year inReview9:00-9:15AMBreak9:15-10:30AMThe Pre-Attack Behaviorsof the Las Vegas Shooter:Key Findings from the FBIBAU’s Expert Panel - JohnWyman, Unit Chief, BehavioralAnalysis Unit 1, Federal Bureauof Investigation; Greg Saathoff,M.D., BAU Contract Psychiatrist,Professor-University of Virginia,School of Medicine; and AndreSimons, Supervisory SpecialAgent, Behavioral AnalysisUnit 1, Federal Bureau ofInvestigation10:30-10:45AMBreak10:45AM-12:00PMMy Journey ThroughMadness: Challenging theNarrative of Mental Illnessand Violence from an InsidePerspective - Elyn Saks, J.D.,Ph.D., USC Gould School of LawLunchBREAKOUT SESSIONS1:30-2:30PMCORE COMPETENCYIntroduction to the Certified Threat Manager (CTM) Rachel Solov, San Diego District Attorney’s Office andChuck Tobin, President, AT-RISK InternationalTRACK IThe Krugersdorp High School Sword Attack: SouthAfrica’s First Attempted School Mass Murder - GerardLabuschagne, PhD, LLB and Bronwynn Stollarz, MA,L&S Threat ManagementTRACK IIFrom Ideation to Action: The Pathway to Developing aState-Wide Behavioral Threat Assessment Unit (BeTA)within the Carolina State Bureau of Investigation(NCSBI) - Angel Gray, J.D., MPH; Nicole Jones, Ph.D.,Jody Marks, B.S., Earl Sam, M.A.; North Carolina StateBureau of Investigation-Behavioral Threat AssessmentUnit2:30 - 2:45PMBreakBREAKOUT SESSIONS2:45-3:45 PMCORE COMPETENCYGathering and Interpreting Information - Jim Cawood,Ph.D., Factor OneTRACK IMy Patient, My Stalker - Sheridan Ryan, CTM, J.D.,Associate Director of Risk Management, MedicalCollege of Wisconsin
TRACK IIAchieving Buy-in: Advancing Threat Assessmentand Management Teams in Your Agencies, Schools,and Communities - Mark Concordia, Professor andJoseph Testani, Director of Justice and Security, RobertsWesleyan College3:45 - 4:00PM10:45AM-12:00PMInvestigating the“Columbine Effect”: Howthe 1999 High SchoolTragedy InfluencesAttackers 20 Years LaterMark Follman, National AffairsEditor, Mother Jones12:00-1:30PMLunchBreakBREAKOUT SESSIONS4:00-5:00PMCORE COMPETENCYConsultation and Communication - Jim Cawood Ph.D.,Factor OneTRACK IPreventing School Violence STAT: A MultidisciplinaryApproach Integrating Adverse Childhood Experiencesand Other Sources by the San Diego DistrictAttorney’s Office, School Threat Assessment Team(STAT) - Glenn S. Lipson, Ph.D., A.B.P.P., Forensic andClinical Psychologist; Andrija Lopez, J.D., AssistantDistrict Attorney, San Diego District Attorney’s OfficeTRACK IIProtection and Care in our Places of Worship: HowGrace Chapel is Standing Up a Security & ThreatManagement Team - Bryan Flannery, President,Foresight Security Consulting, and Matt Taylor, CampusPastor, Grace Chapel5:30-9:00PMNETWORKING RECEPTIONRalph Brennan’s Jazz KitchenWEDNESDAY, AUGUST 147:00-8:00AMContinental Breakfast8:00-9:00AMMy Son was a ColumbineShooter. This is My Story. Sue Klebold9:00-9:15AMBreak9:15-10:30AMAnd the Threats KeepComing - John McDonald,Executive Director, Departmentof School Safety, JeffersonCounty (CO) School District10:30-10:45AMBreakBREAKOUT SESSIONS1:30-2:30PMCORE COMPETENCYLegal Issues in Threat Assessment and Management:Part 1 - Rachel Solov, San Diego District Attorney’sOffice, Supervisory Special Agent Molly Amman,Federal Bureau of Investigation, Ron Schouten M.D.,J.D., Harvard Medical SchoolTRACK IGetting Ahead of the Curve: Problem Solving withSubjects as a Threat Management Strategy - RussellPalarea, Ph.D., Consulting Operational Psychologist,and Kendall Donahue, U.S. Department of State toOffice of Protective Intelligence Investigations, Bureau ofDiplomatic Security, U.S. Department of StateTRACK IIAn Anonymous Threat of Potential Sexual Violence- Rudy Lorber, Ph.D., ABPP, CTM, Puget SoundNeuropsychological Services, Inc., and RandeChristiansen, Detective, Seattle Police Department2:30-2:45PMBreakBREAKOUT SESSIONS2:45-3:45PMCORE COMPETENCYLegal Issues in Threat Assessment and Management:Part 2 - Rachel Solov, San Diego District Attorney’sOffice, Supervisory Special Agent Molly Amman,Federal Bureau of Investigation, Ron Schouten M.D.,J.D., Harvard Medical SchoolTRACK IImproving Outcomes by Engaging Behavioral HealthProviders in Threat Management - Kirk A. B. Newring,Ph.D., CTM, Forensic Behavioral Health, and KarieGibson, Psy.D., Supervisory Special Agent, FederalBureau of Investigation, Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU)
TRACK IIRage Against the Machine: A Case Study of PotentialWorkplace Violence - Michelle Calhoun, M.A.,CTM, Workplace Violence Program Manager, U.S.Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship &Immigration Services and Lieutenant Francis P. Rego,Miami-Dade Police Department3:45-4:00PMProviding Alternativesto Hinder Extremism: theLAPD P.A.T.H.E. ProgramBrian Bixler, OIC-CrisisResponse Support Section andCharles Dempsey, OIC-MentalEvaluation Unit, Los AngelesPolice Department10:45-11:00AMBreak11:00AM-12:00PMRecent Trends in Right-WingExtremism - Pete Simi, Ph.D.,Associate Professor of Sociology,Chapman UniversityLunchBreakBREAKOUT SESSIONS4:00-5:00PMCORE COMPETENCYLegal Issues in Threat Assessment and Management:Part 3 - Rachel Solov, San Diego District Attorney’sOffice, Supervisory Special Agent Molly Amman,Federal Bureau of Investigation; Ron Schouten M.D.,J.D., Harvard Medical SchoolTRACK IDelusions and Danger: Managing ThreateningBehavior in Persons with Mental Illness - Vicki L. King,Assistant Chief of Police, University of Texas-Houston,and Georgia Thomas, M.D., M.P.H., Executive Director,Employee Health, MD Anderson Cancer CenterTRACK IIFrom Threat Manager to Target: A Case Study - DanielGraney, Ed.D., CTM, Dean of Students, University ofRhode Island5:15-6:00PMATAP Professional CommunitiesMeetings6:00-10:00PMHospitality SuiteTHURSDAY, AUGUST 15TH7:00-8:00AMContinental Breakfast8:00-9:15AMAssessing the TerroristThreat from the ExtremeRight: New TRAP18 Research and aRetrospective Look at theOklahoma City Bombing - J.Reid Meloy, OUT SESSIONS1:30-2:30PMCORE COMPETENCYThreat Assessment: Management Principles andPractices (Part I) - Mario Scalora Ph.D., University ofNebraska-Lincoln and Bill Zimmerman, Sigma ThreatManagement AssociatesTRACK IManaging the DoD’s Violent Insider Threats: LookingBeyond the Gates - Delice Bernhard, Acting Director,Joel Brush, Requirements and Process Manager, RobertGallagher, Ph.D., CTM; DoD Threat Management &Analysis Center (DITMAC)TRACK IIRansomware, Extortions, and Blackmail: NewChallenges for Corporate Security - Shawn VanSlyke,Principal, Control Risks and Andre Simons, SupervisorySpecial Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation,Behavioral Analysis Unit2:30-2:45PMBreakBREAKOUT SESSIONS2:45-3:45PMCORE COMPETENCYThreat Assessment (Part II) - Mario Scalora Ph.D.,University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Bill Zimmerman,Sigma Threat Management Associates
TRACK IWeeding Out the Dangers of the New High Times:Citywide Threat Assessment Team (CTAT) TacklesLegal Cannabis - Cat Packer, Executive Director,Los Angeles Dept. of Cannabis Regulation; Hugo S.Rossitter, J.D., Deputy City Attorney-Los Angeles, MauraKane McAuliffe, Psy.D., Medical Services Division, Cityof Los AngelesTRACK IIEffects of Trauma & Betrayal and Enhancing Carefor the Sentinels - Gene Deisinger, Ph.D., President,Deisinger Consulting, Lynn Van Male, Ph.D., USDepartment of Veterans Affairs and Jeffrey Cugno,Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation,Behavioral Analysis Unit3:45-4:00PMFRIDAY, AUGUST 16TH7:00-8:00AMContinental Breakfast8:00-9:15AMSchool Violence: Case StudyBased Final Analysis - KrisMohandie, Ph.D., ABPP9:15-9:30AMBreak9:30-10:45AMBomber Profiling and ThreatAssessment - Ron Tunkel,Supervisory Special Agent, ATF(Retired)10:45-11:45AMFrom “Red Pill” to “Incels”:Assessment Issues in theGrowing Realm of GenderBased Targeted ViolenceRisk - Philip Saragosa, M.D.,Forensic Psychiatrist11:45-12:00PMClosing RemarksBreakBREAKOUT SESSIONS4:00-5:00PMCORE COMPETENCYThreat Assessment (Part III) - Mario Scalora Ph.D.,University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Bill Zimmerman,Sigma Threat Management AssociatesTRACK IThe Evolution of a Workplace Violence PreventionProgram - Chris Conners, Global Staff DirectorCorporate Security, FedExTRACK IIMore Than Student Issues: The Range of Threats inK-12 Education - Joe Wright, Director of Security,Lincoln Public Schools6:00-10:00PMHospitality Suite5:30-7:00PMAnnual Meeting/Board ofDirectors Meeting
T H E2 9 T HA N N U A LTHREAT MANAGEMENT CONFERENCEA U G U S T 13 - 16 , 2 019 A N A H E I M , C A L I F O R N I A PRESENTED BYAssociation of Threat Assessment ProfessionalsLos Angeles Police Department Threat Management Unit
From Ideation to Action: The Pathway to Developing a State-Wide Behavioral Threat Assessment Unit (BeTA) within the Carolina State Bureau of Investigation (NCSBI) - Angel Gray, J.D., MPH; Nicole Jones, Ph.D., Jody Marks, B.S., Earl Sam, M.A.; North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation-Behavioral Threat Assessment Unit 2:30 - 2:45PM Break
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