Published August, 2003, 280 pages. The definitive work on assessing and managing threats.
This book takes readers through the process of threat assessment and threat management from start to finish. The book first looks at intended violence and discusses the paths that all intended violence takes. It follows with identifying individuals of violent intent, evaluating those individuals and the threat they present, investigations and two chapters on managing such individuals based on the risk they present. The book concludes with a chapter on how to establish a threat management program. FInally, a list of current resources are offered to those dong this type of work. An excellent book, full of practical information and interesting case examples.
Chapter Titles: 1. Contemporary Threat Management 2. Intended Violence 3. Applying the Practical Applications of Research on Violence 4. Following the Path to Intended Violence 5. Identifying Individuals of Violent Intent 6. Assessing Individuals of Violent Intent 7. Investigating Individuals of Violent Intent 8. Managing Individuals of Violent Intent: Non-Confrontational Strategies 9. Managing Individuals of Violent Intent: Confrontational Strategies 10. Establishing a Threat Management Program Resources
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