Upcoming Trainings & Events

Please go to Training and Threat Programs for a general menu of WTS training services.

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Upcoming Workshops In 2017 with
the New WAVR-21 Third Edition

Drs. Stephen White and Reid Meloy will conduct their two-day workshop on

The Assessment and Management of Workplace & Campus Violence Risk

November 30th to December 1st Mountain View, CA
Hosted by Intuit

This dynamic two-day workshops offer a blend of didactic and video case presentations, case vignette practice, and focused discussion of common issues.  Topics addressed include targeted violence dynamics, the “pathway to violence”, stalking, mental illness and violence, intimate partner violence, psychopathy and bullying, and the lone actor terrorist, as these are encountered in workplace and campus contexts. As always we will include updates on research and recent, illuminating cases.

Attendees will be thoroughly acquainted with the “WAVR-21 V3” -the Worksheet and “Grid”, a new comprehensive Intake and Documentation form, and how to integrate the WAVR-21 into dynamic threat case management.

Who may attend: The workshop is open to members of threat management teams – typically representatives from corporate and campus security, legal, human resources/labor relations, mental health, student judicial affairs, residence deans, campus police, and EAP. Welcome also are other law enforcement and forensic and mental health professionals interested in improving their violence risk assessment skills.  

Registration: To register for any of these workshops contact Dr. Stephen White: swhite@wtsglobal.com

Mountain View FAQ

Discounts: Early bird registration and ATAP/CATAP member discounts will be offered for all workshops.

Do you need a WAVR-21 manual for the training?:The WAVR-21 3rd edition manual is now available for purchase as a paper manual, or as part of The WAVR-21 Threat Assessment App. Attendees are encouraged to purchase beforehand and bring their copy of the new manual, or a previous edition of the WAVR-21. The 3rd edition manual can be purchased directly from the publisher by going to http://specializedtraining.com. It is not essential or required to have a manual to benefit from the training. Handouts of the WAVR-21 forms are provided in the training. Manuals will not be available for purchase at the workshop.

The WAVR-21 Threat Assessment App is available for licensing to business organizations, education and healthcare institutions and governmental agencies.

The license is currently issued by the developer, Resolver, and consists of an annual, per user fee.

For pricing and to request a live, 1-on-1 demo of the app, click here to visit Resolver’s website.

WTS associates and affiliates presentations at the upcoming
27th Annual Threat Management Conference
Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP)
Anaheim, CA
August 15-18, 2017
Autism and Violence: Myths, Facts, Threat Assessment
Dr. Stephen White & Dr. Kris Mohandie


The Adult Mass Murderer in Europe and North America: The Paranoid Spectrum from Distrust to Delusion

Dr. Reid Meloy, Dr. Bram Van Der Meer & Dr. Jens Hoffman

Lone Actor Terrorist in Heartland USA: 
A Case Analysis

Dr. Scott Bressler & Christopher Marett
with Dr. Reid Meloy

webinar flierWAVR-21 Version 3 Live Webinar

Dr. Stephen White & Dr. Reid Meloy
On-line with the
Global Institute of Forensic Research
September 18. 2017
register here

Contemporary Threat Assessment: Psychologists’ Response 
to a World at Risk

Dr. Reid Meloy
On-line video training with the
American Academy of Forensic Sciences
register here

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Threat Assessment 101: Understanding the Red Flags of Workplace and Campus Violence

Join us on September 20th for this free webinar, intended for professionals in all disciplines who are less familiar with threat assessment best practices. In this compact session, our hosts, Dr. Stephen White and Dr. Reid Meloy, will provide a succinct and informative overview of the common challenges faced by organizations and their threat assessment-management teams, risk factors and “red flags,” and the components of an effective organizational violence prevention protocol.

 

WTS associates and affiliates presentations at the upcoming
CATAP National Conference and Workshop
Canadian Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (CATAP)
Quebec City
October 23-27, 2017

The Isla Vista Campus Community Mass Murder: A Case Study
Dr. Stephen White

Stalking: An Old Researcher Looks at the Newest Findings
Dr. Reid Meloy