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Threat Assessment and Management Strategies Identifying the Howlers and Hunters, Second Edition


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Lingua: Inglese

CRC Press

Pubblicazione: 02/2016
Edizione: Edizione nuova, 2° edizione

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The field of threat assessment and the research surrounding it have exploded since the first edition of Threat Assessment and Management Strategies: Identifying the Howlers and Hunters. To reflect those changes, this second edition contains more than 100 new pages of material, including several new chapters, charts, and illustrations, as well as updated cases. The book has been reorganized into two parts. The first part offers the authors’ current thinking on how to conduct practical and effective threat management processes. The second provides an in-depth analysis of how howlers and hunters behave and how understanding those behaviors can be used to manage each type of problem individual. This new edition draws on the latest research, as well as ideas and concepts from the authors’ previous books. It integrates the sum of their careers in threat management—both their individual experiences managing problem situations and their research and writing on the topic—into a single volume. As in each of their previous books, it focuses on operationally effective and practical methods for managing problem situations. This book also covers special issues in threat management, exploring the relationship between the law and the intimacy effect as well as different ways to identify, assess, and manage howlers and hunters. Each chapter concludes with a real-life situation analysis relevant to the subject under focus. Drawing upon the latest research and on the previous work of its authors, Threat Assessment and Management Strategies, Second Edition provides a complete guide to setting up successful threat management processes. It approaches the presented strategies as guidelines rather than prescriptions, emphasizing that threat managers must use their intelligence and originality to modify strategies as necessary to suit each situation.


THREAT ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT STRATEGIESEstablishing Threat Management ProcessesRecognize the Need for Threat Management ProcessesAssign Responsibility to Manage Inappropriate Situations to Trained Threat ManagersProvide Training and Liaison with Potential Targets and Administrative StaffCreate an Incident Tracking System with Well-Documented FilesEstablish Liaison with Other Agencies, Neighboring Organizations, and Institutions with Shared InterestsConduct Thorough Fact FindingUse Consistent and Valid Threat Assessment MethodsApply Threat Management Strategies Flexibly and IntelligentlyCommunicate with Potential Targets Professionally, Confidently, and CompetentlyManage Inappropriate Situations AppropriatelySummarySituation Analysis: When Physical Protection FailsIdentifying Problem IndividualsUnderstanding ViolenceIdentifying Problem IndividualsProtective Fact Finding Compared with Criminal InvestigationsConducting Protective Fact FindingUsing the Need to KnowsInterviewing the SubjectSummarySituation Analysis: A Tragic Winters TaleAssessing Problem IndividualsFormalized Threat Assessment ApproachesSummarySituation Analysis: The Disgruntled VetManaging Problem IndividualsThreat Management Rules of ConductTake No Further Action at This TimeWatch and WaitThird-Party Control or MonitoringSubject Interviews: Refocus or AssistSubject Interview: Warning or ConfrontCivil OrdersAdministrative ActionsMental Health CommitmentsCriminal ProsecutionsManaging the RiskSummarySituation Analysis: A Loser’s Shot at "Redemption"IDENTIFYING THE HOWLERS AND HUNTERSIntroducing Hunters versus HowlersBalancing Physical Security and Threat ManagementWho Needs Managing?Purpose of Part 2: Identifying Howlers and HuntersSummarySituation Analysis: The PoacherDefining Hunters and HowlersHunters Defined and ExemplifiedHowlers Defined and ExemplifiedHunters versus HowlersSummarySituation Analysis: The PayoffUnderstanding HuntersWhat Hunters DoThe UndetectableSummarySituation Analysis: The Nonaccidental TouristUnderstanding HowlersHowler CategoriesWhat Howlers WantSummarySituation Analysis: The SnitchWorking with the Intimacy Effect and the LawWorking with the Intimacy EffectApplying Federal LawWorking with State and Local Laws on Threats and Domestic ViolenceState Stalking LawsSummarySituation Analysis: A Mother’s HelpWorking with the Hunter, Howler, and Other ConceptsWorking with the Last Straw SyndromeOther Concepts Influencing the Threat Management ProcessManaging Hunters and Howlers10 Guidelines for Managing Hunters and HowlersSummarySituation Analysis: The Relentless PursuerAppendix: When Should Threats Be Seen As Indicative of Future Violence? Threats, Intended Violence, and the Intimacy Effect


Frederick S. Calhoun, PhD, oversaw a national workplace violence prevention program for a large federal agency. He earned his PhD from the University of Chicago. He was the lead researcher and principal architect in developing the threat assessment process used by the United States Marshals Service for analyzing risks to federal judicial officials. He also developed the service’s policies and procedures for conducting protective investigations and wrote the curriculum and led the training of deputy US Marshals Service threat investigators and their supervisors. He is the author of 12 books and teaches a periodic two-day seminar, "Managing Threats: Reducing the Risk of Violence," designed to train law enforcement officers, mental health professionals, and private security officials to identify, assess, and manage individuals of violent intent. Stephen W. Weston, JD, is a retired 32-year veteran of the California Highway Patrol. For 15 years, he managed the unit responsible for investigating threats against California state officials and government facilities. He is the coauthor of four books with Frederick S. Calhoun, consults with government and private organizations in the management of threatening situations, and lectures throughout the United States on threat management topics. He has served as president of the Northern California Chapter of the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals and taught a class in the California State University system entitled "Violence and Terrorism."

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Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 10 x 7 in Ø 1.10 lb
Formato: Brossura
Illustration Notes:6 b/w images and 21 tables
Pagine Arabe: 259
Pagine Romane: xx

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