This course focuses on challenges often encountered following the assessment of violence risk.
From managing affective, emotionally driven violence to responding to potential targeted or predatory violence, the presenters will discuss the larger challenges related to the oversight and ongoing supervision and treatment of those who remain at the institution with a significant risk profile.
Covering closed communities and marginalized populations, the presenter(s) will address the unique challenges and opportunities to build rapport and tie interventions to specific populations including: individuals with mental illness, those with addictions, marginalized communities, non-traditional students, LGBTQ+, those with suicidal or self-injurious behaviors, athletes, fraternity and sorority life members, and individuals struggling with anger and impulse control.
Special conditions will also be reviewed such as: working with suspended and expelled students, the use of private detectives and fusion centers, return to campus and the public relations issues when individuals show up at board meetings or talk to the press.
This seems to be a new course, what will it cover?
We will review the creative and innovative management approaches to wide range of risk cases.
Who should take this course?
Please only take this class if you have a solid knowledge of threat assessment. This is our most advanced course.
In this course, you will:
- Overcome challenges related to the ongoing management of heightened risk levels following a violence risk assessment
- Review how to adjust specific interventions to match the needs of individuals from closed communities and marginalized groups
- Discuss the legal concerns related to the separation and/or ongoing management of those with increased risk levels
- Learn to document management efforts through a clear and consistent process
- Address the challenges of working with at-risk individuals separated from campus
Who should attend?
- BIT & Threat Assessment Team members and human resources
- Conduct officers, vice principals/principals, and residential life directors
- Counseling staff (clinical and non-clinical), guidance and adjustment counselors
- Case management staff (clinical and non-clinical), social services, special education/IEP
- Police and law enforcement (sworn and non-sworn), probation officers
- Faculty, teachers, instructors, academic advisors, and tutors
There are currently no scheduled events for this certification, please contact email@example.com to inquire about future availability.
To obtain Certification from NABITA, you will need to attend the whole event. It is our expectation that you are present for the entire duration of your training course.
Please allow 14 business days following the completion of the course and then log-into or create an account with our Continuing Certification Credit (CCC) system. Please follow the instructions on the webpage to obtain your certification. Our CCC program allows those certified by NABITA to track, maintain, and extend their professional development through our programs.