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(p. 107) Successful Development of Threat Assessment and Management Programming Within a Midwestern University 

(p. 107) Successful Development of Threat Assessment and Management Programming Within a Midwestern University
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(p. 107) Successful Development of Threat Assessment and Management Programming Within a Midwestern University
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Mario J. Scalora

and Rosa Viñas Racionero

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10.1093/med-psych/9780190052850.003.0007
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In the partnership described in this chapter, the university faculty who were interested in threat assessment and management developed a service within the university to operate such a program. In this respect, rather than a partnership between a university and an external agency, this chapter describes a partnership between different divisions (including security) within a university. The programmatic service addressed the ongoing need in any large university for the evaluation of (and sometimes interventions with) members of the university community who may present a threat of harm to others. In addition to providing threat assessment services, the partnership had a strong research component: a 10-year evaluation of services and outcomes provides some of the best empirical information available about this kind of work.

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