Threat Assessment Training

Nicoletti-Flater Associates is pleased to announce the coordination of a Department of Homeland Security grant, in the amount of $565,600 for a period of two years, to be awarded to the Jeffco DeAngelis Foundation in Colorado. Nicoletti-Flater Associates and the DeAngelis Foundation are partnering jointly to implement the programs provided by the grant funding.

The Jeffco DeAngelis Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization focused on targeted violence prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery training as well as providing support to the Jeffco Schools Frank DeAngelis Center for community safety. Nicoletti-Flater Associates is a team of police and public safety psychologists that specialize in both insider and outsider threat assessment as well as trauma recovery after mass casualty events.

The Jeffco DeAngelis Foundation and Nicoletti Flater Associates have teamed up to offer a complete training series that will help your agency to build capacity to assess and disrupt threats of violence and radicalization. This four level training is FREE to participants. 

WHAT IT IS:

Level 1 training is a 4 hour training designed to raise awareness of key factors in targeted violence prevention. Participants will be able to identify: 

  • Key terms and definitions related to targeted violence
  • Key elements of violence prevention 
  • The role of detectors and disruptors in violence prevention 

Level 2 is a 4-hour course designed to train participants on detecting and disrupting concerning behaviors including warning behaviors, radicalization behaviors, pathways to violence. Participants will be able to identify: 

  • Key warning and radicalization behaviors
  • Multiple pathway-to-violence models
  • Key strategies in disrupting concerning behaviors.

Level 3 is a 4-hour training designed to train participants on more advanced considerations in detecting and disrupting concerning behaviors including developing a threat assessment team, vortex implementation and case management. Participants will be able to identify:

  • Additional threat, risk and protective factors.
  • The role of multidisciplinary threat assessment and threat management teams.
  • Key elements in establishing an effective multidisciplinary threat assessment and threat management teams.

Level 4 is a 4 hour scenario-based training which includes table top exercise and role plays. This training helps already established TAT’s in finding gaps and improving their process. Participants will be able to identify:

  • Gaps in their existing threat management protocols.
  • Ongoing and complex case management strategies.
  • Implementation strategies for diverse groups.

All levels include information on available support and informational resources. Timely, FREE threat assessment and threat management consultation regarding behaviors of concern is also available to training participants after the training.

WHO SHOULD SIGN UP:

K-12, college and university personnel interested in advancing their threat assessment and threat management knowledge. Mental health professionals and law enforcement working in schools and higher education are also welcome!

REGISTER BELOW AND WE WILL BE IN TOUCH SHORTLY!