Past Event: Intimate-Partner Violence (IPV) and Homicide workshop on June 13th, 2017, Edmonton, Alberta

2017-03-18 10:34 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

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 *


Speakers: 


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.


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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!


or


(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



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