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Whether you use a tool like the Structured Interview for Violence Risk Assessment (SIVRA-35) from the National Behavioral Intervention Team Association, or a more general threat assessment tool such as MOSAIC or the WAVR-21, meant specifically for workplace threat assessment, what happens after a violence risk assessment tool is applied and an individual of concern has been interviewed — the report creation — is just as important as the violence risk assessment itself.

Join Dr. Van Brunt as he draws on his psychological and threat assessment expertise to demonstrate what to include in a report, what to avoid, how to achieve consistency across reports, and how to assist campus BITs to develop appropriate interventions. Three case studies are discussed to offer some practical examples of do’s and don’ts when it comes to threat assessment report writing.

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