Mastering the Art of Written Threat Assessments

Presented on Friday, December 11th
Brian Van Brunt, Ed.D., Scott Lewis, J.D., and Lisa Pescara Kovach, Ph.D.

Description

This program reviews the process of creating a standardized threat report to bring together BIT/CARE and threat team assessment data in an organized, easy to follow manner. With the increase in global tension and distance-based threats, this gives us an opportunity to share a consistent process and template when it comes to documentation and report writing. This process will help reduce bias, ensure all areas of concern are addressed, and the final documentation is clear, readable, and concise.

Participants will:

  • Learn how to apply the threat assessment template.
  • Discuss the essential elements of threat assessment report, how to use a grid process to review images and social media posts, and create quality documentation of the process.
  • Learn ways to include the NABITA expert systems and other measures into the report to add detail and context.
  • Discuss the importance of bias reduction and legal defensibility by using a systemic process of documentation.
  • Build outcome interventions that are informed by the assessment and offer a natural language set of actionable items to reduce risk moving forward.

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