Frequently Asked Questions for the upcoming WAVR-21 Training
February 26th & 27th, 2020
Option for private case consultations on February 28th*
8:00: Sign in
8:30: Sign in
Optional Day 3
Private Case Consultation
See below to register
Earl Warren Building
350 McAllister Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
Civic Center Garage
355 McAllister St, San Francisco, CA 94102
Between Larkin St and Polk St
Mon – Fri: 6am to 12am
UC Hastings Parking Garage
376 Larkin St, San Francisco, CA
Between Golden Gate Ave and McAllister St
Mon – Saturday: 7am to 11pm
To register contact Dr. Stephen White by email: email@example.com
You will then be directed to a registration form.
After registration forms are submitted, an email invoice will be sent with a link for payment by credit card (you can also pay by check at that time). After payment is received, you will receive confirmation of your payment and enrollment by email.
If you have questions or need help with the credit card payment, please contact Lisa Ekström at firstname.lastname@example.org.
February 26-27, 2020
Drs. Stephen White and Reid Meloy
will conduct their two-day workshop on
The Assessment and Management
of Workplace & Campus
Violence Risk with the WAVR-21 V3
New: The option for private case consultations on Day 3*
This dynamic two-day workshop offers a blend of didactic material and video case presentations, case vignette practice, research updates, and focused discussion of common issues.
Now an annual event: A Bay Area WAVR-21 winter workshop, bringing together multi-disciplinary threat assessment practitioners from around North America and beyond. Please come and celebrate with us the first of these annual workshops, networking and benchmarking with fellow professionals.
Attendees will be thoroughly acquainted with the WAVR-21 V3 – the Worksheet, Grid, and Intake and Documentation forms, and how to integrate WAVR-21 data into dynamic threat case management.
Continuing topics include targeted violence dynamics, the “pathway to violence,” stalking, mental illness and violence, intimate partner violence, psychopathy, bullying, interviewing strategies, integrating data with professional judgment, communication issues, managing fear, and common program and intervention obstacles.
*Day 3: Private Case Consultations on Friday February 28th
This workshop will provide an opportunity for multi-disciplinary teams in attendance to request a private session for debriefing cases from their own organization. The meetings will be scheduled throughout the day in 1.5 hour blocks, and will be facilitated by either Dr. White or Dr. Meloy based on the nature of the case. Please contact Dr. White for further information including location, scheduling, and additional fees: swhite@wtsglobal.
Note: This workshop is sponsored by Work Trauma Services Inc. Other threat assessment and WAVR-21 workshops are scheduled for 2020 that will be sponsored by Specialized Training (specializedtraining.com).
The workshop is open to members of threat management teams – typically representatives from corporate and campus security, legal, human resources/labor relations, mental health, student judicial affairs, residence deans, campus police, and EAP. Welcome also are other law enforcement and forensic and mental health professionals interested in improving their violence risk assessment skills. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer continuing education credits, but attendees will be given a signed certificate of completion.
THE WAVR-21 V3:
First published in 2007 and now in its third edition, the WAVR-21 includes 21 empirically based criteria for assessing different forms of workplace and campus violence risk. Studies have demonstrated good to excellent inter-rater agreement for the WAVR-21 summary ratings of level of risk and potential for serious injury. Recent validation research at the University of Nebraska concluded that, “The WAVR-21 V3 would be a useful risk assessment measure of workplace violence in corporate organizations, educational environments, and government agencies. The findings were well within the range of results for validity studies of other violence risk structured professional judgment guides.”
THE WAVR-21 MANUAL:
The WAVR-21 3rd edition manual is now available for purchase. Attendees are encouraged to purchase beforehand and bring their copy of the new manual, or a previous edition of the WAVR-21. The 3rd edition manual can be purchased directly from the publisher by going to http://specializedtraining.
Tuition minus $50 administrative fee will be refunded if cancellation is provided in writing (email ok) by Feb. 21st. No refund for cancellation after that date. At any time, another person may be substituted for the registrant without penalty.