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 Annual AETAP Conference 2010
Conference Program                                                         A must attend for:
                                                                            Law and policy makers
                                                                            Government officials
                                                                            Police managers and
                                                                            detectives
                                                                            Law enforcement
                                                                            officers
                                                                            Academics and
                                                                            researchers
                                                                            Judges
                                                                            Attorneys
                                                                            Mental health care
                                                                            professionals
                                                                            School psychologists
                                                                            Corporate security
                                                                            personnel
    Welcome to beautiful city of     the European continent.
the Hague - the Netherlands,         Representatives from law
                                                                            Victim support
where European Threat                enforcement, private security, law,    personnel
Assessment history continues.        victim support, forensic               Security managers
The 2010 annual international        psychology and psychiatry as well      HR-managers
conference of the Association of     as professionals from the
European Threat Assessment           academic world have recognized         Security consultants
Professionals will take place        a need for better networking to        Protection
between 13th and 16th April 2010.    promote professional                   Specialists
Over recent years, professionals     information exchange. Until
involved in the prevention of        recently, no such network existed      Security
targeted violence have noticed a     to facilitate the exchange of          Analysts
growing need to obtain the latest    information in this rapidly
information on threat assessment     growing specialist field.
and threat management within

ASSOCIATION OF EUROPEAN THREAT ASSESSMENT PROFESSIONALS - AETAP
    AETAP is an international non-profit                interpersonal violence. Its goals and
organization committed to the                             objectives are the organization of
promotion of research on threat                             international conferences on threat
assessment and management, the                               assessment for the dissemination of
implementation of tools and                                  new research and intervention
structures in relation to the topic, and                     strategies; the provision of continued
teaching and training professionals in                       education and networking
threat assessment and management.                            opportunities; the promotion of
Threat assessment and management                           regional workshops in the field; and the
under the remit of AETAP is directed                    advocacy of structures and facilities based
towards the prevention of targeted violence and on threat assessment and management.

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THE CONFERENCE PROGRAM WILL INCLUDE

                                           Tuesday 13th April - Friday 16th April

   Being a potential victim of targeted violence: personal experiences with the Netherlands Dutch Royal and Diplomatic
   Protection Department	


   The predictive role of history in the assessment of terror threats - a case study: The 1916 attack on ‘Black Tom
   Island’.	


   The work of the FBI’s BAU-1 (Threat Assessment and Counterterrorism) unit	


   Full day workshop on the threat management program of the United States NCIS. Attendees will learn the practical application
   of the NCIS threat management model.
   The political role of the Netherlands National Coordinator for Counterterrorism
   Threat assessment and agent safety: When investigators become targets
   Evaluation of a SWAT team member: A case presentation
   The work of the Netherlands Royal and Diplomatic Protection Department
   Recognizing and addressing early warning signs: The intervention and research project Networks against School Shootings -
   NETWASS
   Threats and honor based violence
   Queensday 2009: Case presentation and behavioral analysis	


   Behavioral threat management: Prevention of severe targeted violence in educational institutions
   Jihadi extremist violence
   Mass murder: New research evidence and a case presentation
   The Kauhajoki school shooting incident: A case study
   Reading the Red Flags, Intercepting a Youth on the Pathway to School Violence: A case study
   A domestic violence and threat investigation by the Netherlands police: a case study
   Application of police based threat assessment: From research to practice
   Understanding the Mission Oriented School/Campus Shooter: A behavioral perspective
   Multidisciplinary team threat management
   Using the stalking risk profile in public figure threat assessment
   The relevance of intuition in close personal protection
   The limits of threat assessment
   A study of intimate partner femicides in Germany: Risk factors and implications for case management
   The Assassination of Empress Elisabeth of Austria in 1898: an investigative and forensic psychological analysis


    The Annual 2010 AETAP conference in The                           anyone interested in networking across Europe and
Netherlands combines a wealth of experience and                       North America.
the latest information from dozens of countries.
We have secured great speakers from a variety of                          THE COST of the main conference (3 days)
backgrounds with a fascinating mix of professional                    including the formal dinner will be:
experience.                                                              Members € 430.00

    COME TO NETWORK, get the latest                                      Non-Members € 490.00
information on Threat Assessment and                                     On-site registration €550.00
Management within Europe and North America                                Speakers € 290.00
and meet world leading experts. This conference is
                                                                          Formal dinner for additional guests € 60.00
a must-attend event for anyone who works within
the prevention of targeted violence, assessment of                    The Expert Seminar (4th day) will be:
violence risk, and threat management as well as                          Members and non-members € 180.00




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     The Hague (Dutch: Den Haag) is the third           More information on payment arrangements is
largest city in the Netherlands, after Amsterdam        available from Dr. Werner Tschan
and Rotterdam. The Hague is often referred to as        (werner.tschan@aetap.eu)
the Legal Capital of the World and the
International City of Peace and Justice. All foreign    Mr. Werner Tschan AETAP,
embassies and government ministries are located in      No 108107616 BLZ_ 68351865
this town as well as the Supreme Court and the          IBAN: DE78 6835 1865 0108 1076 16;
Council of State. The Hague is also home to over
                                                        Swift Bic SOLADES1MGL
150 international organizations. The well protected
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands has her working        Sparkasse Markgraeflerland, D-79576 Weil am
palace located in the city centre. The so called        Rhein, Germany
“inner court” (Binnenhof), the centre of Dutch
                                                          CONFERENCE BADGES: Supplied by the
politics for many centuries forms the heart of the
                                                        AETAP must be worn to all conference events.
city. From this perspective The Hague can be
associated with ongoing assessment and                      RECOMMENDED DRESS: Sessions and
management of threats against political and other       Monday evening reception - business attire, other
public figures.                                          social events - casual.
     The Hague - the Netherlands is a very easy city      CONFERENCE LANGUAGE: All sessions
in Europe to reach by most of the airlines. More     will be conducted in English. Translation will not
detailed instructions can be found from our          be provided. Handouts will also be in English.
website at www.aetap.eu
                                                          QUESTIONS regarding to the program and
     REGISTRATION on Monday 12th of April            other issues concerning the event should be
will open at the conference location, the Hotel Van directed via e-mail to the president Dr. Jens
Der Valk, from 17.00 - 21.00 and the registration    Hoffmann (jens.hoffmann@aetap.eu) or to Bram
counter stay open through the conference. We         van der Meer (bram.vandermeer@aetap.eu)
strongly recommend our participants to arrive and
register early to help us ease the pressure on the        Registration asap to
first day.                                            lorraine.sheridan@aetap.eu.

     LUNCHES AND COFFEE BREAKS. Lunch
is included in the registration fee during
conference days. AETAP will also sponsor the
coffee breaks during the seminar as well as the
Tuesday formal dinner reception.
    ACCOMMODATION, we have negotiated a
special conference rate for the participants from
the conference hotel. The hotel is VAN DER
VALK Hotel the Hague - Nootdorp. For more
information: www.hoteldenhaag.nl. When making a
reservation, please remember to mention that you
are attending the AETAP Conference.
Accommodation costs are not included in the
conference fee and should be paid directly to the           Visit www.aetap.eu!
hotel.
                                                           We hope to see you all in the Hague - the
    PAYMENT should be made via cheque, bank             Netherlands in April 2010!
transfer or cash at the conference site upon arrival.
Please remember, that we will reserve the location,
and social events based on your pre-registration.




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     AETAP Conference Programme 13th to 16th April 2010

     Tuesday 13th April 2010

     Time      Topic                                              Lecturer

     08.00 –   Conference registration at the conference hotel; the Van Der Valk Hotel, The Hague
     09.00

     09.00 –   Opening remarks                                    AETAP Board
     09.30                                                        President Dr. Jens Hoffmann
                                                                  President elect Bram van der Meer (MSc)

     9.30 –    Being a potential victim of targeted violence:     A public figure from the Netherlands
     10.00     personal experiences with the Netherlands
               Royal and Diplomatic Protection Department

     10.00 -   The political role of the Netherlands National     Michel van Leeuwen (MSc), the Dutch National
     10.30     Coordinator for Counterterrorism                   Coordinator for Counterterrorism

     10.30 – 10.45 Break

     10.45 –   The work of the Netherlands Royal and              Nick Koeman (MSc), the Netherlands Royal and
     11.30     Diplomatic Protection Department                   Diplomatic Protection Department

     11.30 –   Queensday 2009: Case presentation and              Bianca Voerman (MSc), Behavioural Analysis Unit,
     12.20     behavioural analysis                               Netherlands National Police Agency, IPOL Department

     12.20 – 13.20 Lunch

     13.20 –   Mass murder: New research evidence and a           Dr. Jens Hoffmann, Criminal Psychologist, Team
     14.10     case presentation                                  Psychologie and Sicherheit, Germany

     14.10 –   Application of police based threat assessment:     Detective Gwyneth Amat,Val Campbell (LLB),
     15.00     From research to practice                          Dr. Randall Kropp and
                                                                  Dr. Stephen Hart. Detective Amat represents the
                                                                  Integrated Threat And Risk Assessment Centre of the
                                                                  Calgary Police Service

     15.00 – 15.20 Break

     15.20 –   Using the stalking risk profile in public figure     Dr. David James and
     16.10     threat assessment                                  Dr. Frank Farnham, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrists,
                                                                  Fixated Threat Assessment Centre, UK

     16.10 –   A study of intimate partner femicides in           Justine Glaz-Ocik, Team Psychologie and Sicherheit,
     17.00     Germany: Risk factors and implications for case    Germany
               management

     17.30 –   Informal drinks in the bar of the Van Der Valk Hotel.
     19.00

     19.00 –   Formal conference dinner at the Van Der Valk Hotel
     late




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     AETAP Conference Programme 13th to 16th April 2010

     Wednesday 14th April 2010

     Time       Topic                                               Lecturer

     09.00 –    The predictive role of history in the assessment    Dr. Joseph A. Devine, Herb Pendleton and
     09.50      of terror threats - a case study: The 1916 attack   Michael Tarantino. Dr. Devine is a university professor
                on ‘Black Tom Island’.                              and a retired Chief of Investigations

     09.50 –    Threat assessment and agent safety: When            Dorian Van Horn and
     10.40      investigators become targets                        Dr. Russell Palarea, United States Naval Criminal
                                                                    Investigative Service Threat Management Unit

     10.40 – 11.00 Break

     11.00 –    Recognizing and addressing early warning signs:     Miriam Schroer, Freie Universität Berlin
     11.50      The intervention and research project
                “NETWorks Against School
                Shootings” (NETWASS)

     11.50 –    Behavioural threat management: Prevention of        CIP Peter Sund (MBA, CT), EUPOL - European Union
     12.40      severe targeted violence in educational             Police Mission in Afghanistan
                institutions

     12.40 – 13.30 Lunch

     13.30 –    The Kauhajoki school shooting incident: A case      CEO Totti Karpela, /
     14.20      study                                               CIP

     14.20 –    Understanding the Mission Oriented School/          Retired FBI Special Agent Mary-Ellen O’Toole and
     15.10      Campus Shooter: A behavioural perspective           Dr. Sharon Smith, Forensic Psycholinguist and retired FBI
                                                                    Agent

     15.10 – 15.20 Break

     15.20 –    Reading the Red Flags, Intercepting a Youth on      Det. Keith Dormond, Domestic Violence and Criminal
     16.10      the Pathway to School Violence: A case study        Harassment Unit of Vancouver Police Department and
                                                                    CATAP President
                                                                    Inspector Bob Usui, Special Investigation Section,
                                                                    Vancouver Police Department

     16.10 –    The relevance of intuition in close personal        Karlien Geurts (MSc) and
     17.00      protection                                          Bram van der Meer, (MSc), Behavioral Analysis
                                                                    Unit, Netherlands National Police Agency

     17.00 –    The Assassination of Empress Elisabeth of Austria   Bram van der Meer (MSc ), Behavioral Analysis
     17.50      in 1898: an investigative and forensic              Unit, Netherlands National Police Agency and
                psychological analysis                              Dr. Jens Hoffmann, Criminal Psychologist, Team
                                                                    Psychologie and Sicherheit, Germany

     18.10 –    Bus trip. Details to follow
     late




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     AETAP Conference Programme 13th to 16th April 2010

     Thursday 15th April 2010

     Time       Topic                                              Lecturer

     09.00 –    The work of the FBI’s BAU- 1 (Threat               Supervisory Special Agent Shawn van Slyke, Head of the
     09.50      Assessment and Counterterrorism) unit              FBI’s BAU- 1

     09.50 –    Evaluation of a SWAT team member: A case           Dr. Werner Tschan, MD, Switzerland and
     10.40      presentation                                       Justine Glaz-Ocik, Team Psychologie and Sicherheit,
                                                                   Germany

     10.40 – 11.00 Break

     11.00 –    Threats and honor-based violence                   Dr. Janine Janssen and
     11.50                                                         Chief Inspector Willem Timmer, Netherlands National
                                                                   Centre of Expertise for Honor-based Violence

     11.50 –    Jihadi extremist violence                          Peter van Kujik (MSc), Netherlands National Police
     12.40

     12.40 – 13.40 Lunch

     13.40 –    A domestic violence and threat investigation       Bram van der Meer (MSc), Behavioral Analysis
     14.30      by the Netherlands police: a case study            Unit, Netherlands National Police Agency

     14.30 – 14.45 Break

     14.45 –    Multidisciplinary team threat management           CEO Totti Karpela
     15.35

     15.35 –    The limits of threat assessment                    Katherine Timmel Zamboni and
     16.25                                                         Adrian Meier, Safety, Security, Environmental and Health
                                                                   Unit of the Federal Institute of technology in Zürich

     16.25 –    Closing remarks                                    AETAP Board
     17.00

     19.00 –    Social evening. Location to be notified later
     late


    AETAP Conference Programme 13th to 16th April 2010

    Friday 16th April 2010 – Expert Workshop

    Time        Topic                                                                       Lecturer

    09.00 –     Full day workshop on the threat management programme of                     Dr. Russell Palarea, United States
    17.00       the United States NCIS. Attendees will learn the practical application      Naval Criminal Investigative
                of the NCIS threat management model.                                        Service, NCIS

    19.00 -     Social evening. Location to be notified later
    late




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