- Written for threat assessors in a range of disciplines, from psychiatry and psychology to law enforcement, security, intelligence, legal, and human resources
- Covers the latest research in the field including new empirical data, novel approaches to threat assessment, advanced theory, and high-profile case analyses
- Discusses in-depth how threat assessment is the essential model for thwarting public figure attacks, mass murder, workplace violence, honor-based violence, and campus shootings
- Specialists in threat assessment from around the world make this volume truly international in scope
New to this Edition:
- New chapters focusing on lone actor terrorism, insider threats, cyberthreats, and the use of artificial intelligence
- Illustrates ways that everyday people can learn about warning signs for violence
- Includes updated case studies that reflect the growth of evidence-based research in the field of threat assessment
J. Reid Meloy and Jens Hoffmann.
Second Edition published April 23, 2021.