Idaho Threat Assessment Conference
We are excited to announce the
2023 ITAC Conference!
We will continue to host this conference both in person on our Boise State campus and in a virtual environment!
June 6-7, 2023 at Boise State University
(Offered in-person & virtually)
- In Person – $395 Early Bird (until March 1, 2023) / $495 Regular Price (after March 1, 2023)
- Virtual – $295 Early Bird (until March 1, 2023) / $395 Regular Price (after March 1, 2023)
The 2023 ITAC will open with a Keynote Presentation: A Mother’s Journey to Understand the Tragedy and Future Preventions by Chin Rodger, Mother of Elliot O. Rodger. Certified Threat Manager and Retired FBI Supervisory Special Agent Andre Simmons will teach a half-day instructional course titled, Recognizing and Responding to Pre-Attack Indicators: What are we missing? San Bruno Chief Ryan Johansen will provide a full de-brief and lessons learned from the mass attack that occurred at the YouTube headquarters. Russell Palarea and SA Kendall Donahue will partner to present on the Targeted Individuals Community and Resolving Challenging Cases. We will have a presentation from Brian Ulridge and Dr. Subinoy Das entitled When the Patient Becomes the Hunter and Dr. Stephanie Leite will present on Improved Decision Making in Threat Assessment. Plus much more!
Who Should Attend?
Threat assessment/behavioral intervention team members, School Resource Officers, law enforcement, school safety officials, public safety personnel, mental health professionals, event security staff, venue managers, emergency management personnel, risk managers, human resources, legal personnel, school administrators, teachers and professionals interested in learning more about threat assessment.
Due to the sensitive nature of the content, this conference is not open to the public nor the media.
Full refunds will be given when cancellations are received before May 1, 2023.
Partial refunds will be given when cancellations are received between May 1, 2023-May 20, 2023. No refunds will be issued after May 20th.
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The Idaho Threat Assessment Conference (ITAC), in its 8th year, exists to provide threat assessment training by and for local, state, and federal law enforcement, government agency officials, and school behavioral intervention teams from around the country. The conference features law enforcement officials and other subject matter experts who use recent incidents like mass shootings and other crimes of targeted violence to educate attendees on best practices — and lessons learned — in threat assessment and response. Past topics include the Mandalay Bay Active Assailant Incident, Sandy Hook, Columbine, domestic violence and stalking incidents, as well as other case studies presented by the U.S. Secret Service, the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit, crime victims, and law enforcement departments from around the country.
This conference is co-sponsored by the Boise Police Department, which enables officers to earn POST credit for attendance.