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Threat & Disaster Resource Center Trainings

  • Behavioral Threat Assessment

    "Working together to investigate and create a supportive plan to remove a person from the pathway to violence"- Rebecca Bolante

    DAY 1
    • Research on the training needs for campus threat assessment teams
    • Basic principles, research and history
    • Understand the pathway to violence
    • Pre-incident indicators and warning behaviors
    • Investigation and social media
    • Management strategies
    • Cultural awareness and microaggressions
    • Team protocols, composition and dynamics
    • Mental health
    • Public records request
    DAY 2
    • Victims advocate
    • Domestic violence/safety planning
    • Legal implications (FERPA/HIPPA/ Title IX, etc.)
    • Documentation/report writing
    • Campus investigative guide
    • Case studies
    • Vignettes: Using the campus investigative guide
    • Difference between TAT and BIT
    • Local resources for your team (FBI, ATAP, ASIS, JTTF)
    • Resources after a traumatic event (Disaster Behavioral Health)
    Training Team
    Rebecca Bolante, Ph.D., CRC, CTM,
    Director of Threat and Disaster
    Resource Center
    Chemeketa Community College
     
    Bill Kohlmeyer,
    Director of Public Safety
    Chemeketa Community College
    Lieutenant, Salem Police Dept., retired
     
    Rebecca L. Hillyer, JD,
    General Counsel,
    Chemeketa Community College
     
    Eric Judah, Lieutenant
    Oregon State Police
    Oregon State University Area
    Commander
     
    Jim Bennett
    Consultant/Former Campus Public Safety Chief