The Canadian Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (CATAP) will be hosting a one-day-workshop on Intimate-Partner Violence (IPV) and Homicide on June 13th, 2017 in Edmonton, Alberta.
* REGISTER HERE *
Dr. Angela Eke and Dr. Liam Ennis will present on correlates to severe IPV, various assessment tools, management suggestions, etc.
Detective Donna Cole and Detective Jeff Resler, Edmonton Police Service-Homicide Section will present a case study on the Lam Shooting from December 2014.
The workshops will take place at the ALERT (Alberta Law Enforcement Teams) Building, 18807-Stony Plain Road, Edmonton, Alberta, from 09:00 to 16:00, with registration beginning at 08:30.
The conference will be free for members of CATAP and ALERT. Lunch will not be provided but various places are available within walking distance. Coffee will be provided.
All attendees (members and non-members) must register for the event.
Non-members have two options to attend the conference:
(1) Become a CATAP member at cost of $100 (annual fee).
Once you're a member the registration is free!
(2) Non-members can attend the conference at a cost of
$105 + HST for the day.
CATAP annual membership* grants you:
- Free access to our regional day-conference/workshops
- Free subscription to the Journal of Threat Assessment and Management
- Discounted costs to attend the National Conference and Workshop at the Fairmont Richelieu in La Malbaie, QC (Oct 23-27, 2017)
- Member-only resources on www.catap.org/members
- Access to a community of dedicated and professional threat assessment and management professionals.
* CATAP membership is subject to the provision of reference letters and a criminal background check and additionally upon the approval of the CATAP Board of Directors.
More information on how to become a member can be found on our join us webpage here.
For additional information about the regional day-conference, please email Trudy.Triplett@alert-ab.ca