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The Canadian Association of Threat Assessment Professionals

CATAP holds a number of events open to both members and non-members. We also post events for other organizations or associations that we think are of interest to our members.

   Annual Conference

CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF
THREAT ASSESSMENT PROFESSIONALS

2022 ANNUAL WORKSHOP & CONFERENCE

October 16-20, 2022 - Whistler, BC

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2022 Annual Conference

CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF
THREAT ASSESSMENT PROFESSIONALS

2022 ANNUAL WORKSHOP & CONFERENCE

October 16-20, 2022 - Whistler, BC

Super Early Bird pricing is available for the 2022 CATAP Annual Conference.  The featured topic for this event will be:

April 15, 2019 – A tragic day in Penticton, BC. – the John BRITTAIN homicides

Presented by the RCMP’s Behavioural Analysis Unit

John BRITTAIN was a 67-year-old man with no criminal record, no history of violence, a well respected career as an engineer, who on April 15, 2019 shot and killed four people. S/Sgt. Craig REMPEL of the RCMP’s Behavioural Analysis Unit (“BAU”) will dissect BRITTAIN’s pathway to violence. The BAU read and analyzed 8 years of hand written journals by BRITTAIN which provided an extremely intimate look into his mindset. Using threat assessment constructs such as the Pathway to Violence and Dr. Reid MELOY’s Warning Behaviours, the presentation will show how BRITTAIN’s grievance evolved over a several year period and how the Fixation, Identification, and Last Resort Warning Behaviors played a significant role in understanding his behaviour leading up to the homicides.

 

The CATAP Confernece Committee is actively working on the 2022 Conference. A "Call for Speakers" has gone out; however, one session has been confirmed:

 

April 15, 2019 – A tragic day in Penticton, BC. – the John BRITTAIN homicides

Presented by the RCMP’s Behavioural Analysis Unit

John BRITTAIN was a 67-year-old man with no criminal record, no history of violence, a well respected career as an engineer, who on April 15, 2019 shot and killed four people. S/Sgt. Craig REMPEL of the RCMP’s Behavioural Analysis Unit (“BAU”) will dissect BRITTAIN’s pathway to violence. The BAU read and analyzed 8 years of hand written journals by BRITTAIN which provided an extremely intimate look into his mindset. Using threat assessment constructs such as the Pathway to Violence and Dr. Reid MELOY’s Warning Behaviours, the presentation will show how BRITTAIN’s grievance evolved over a several year period and how the Fixation, Identification, and Last Resort Warning Behaviors played a significant role in understanding his behaviour leading up to the homicides.

More information will be forthcoming.

Registration is now open by clicking on the Register button

If you have any questions please email us at info@catap.ca

    More Info....
Workshop and Conference Program

The CATAP Confernece Committee is actively working on the 2022 Conference. A "Call for Speakers" has gone out; however, one session has been confirmed:

 

April 15, 2019 – A tragic day in Penticton, BC. – the John BRITTAIN homicides

Presented by the RCMP’s Behavioural Analysis Unit

John BRITTAIN was a 67-year-old man with no criminal record, no history of violence, a well respected career as an engineer, who on April 15, 2019 shot and killed four people. S/Sgt. Craig REMPEL of the RCMP’s Behavioural Analysis Unit (“BAU”) will dissect BRITTAIN’s pathway to violence. The BAU read and analyzed 8 years of hand written journals by BRITTAIN which provided an extremely intimate look into his mindset. Using threat assessment constructs such as the Pathway to Violence and Dr. Reid MELOY’s Warning Behaviours, the presentation will show how BRITTAIN’s grievance evolved over a several year period and how the Fixation, Identification, and Last Resort Warning Behaviors played a significant role in understanding his behaviour leading up to the homicides.

More information will be forthcoming.

Registration is now open by clicking on the Register button

If you have any questions please email us at info@catap.ca

Super Early Pricing is Avalable

 

Pricing

CATAP & "TAP" member

$900 + GST

Non CATAP / "TAP" member

$1,050 + GST

 

 

CATAP is pleased to offer reduced rates to members in good standing with CATAP's sister associations.  These individuals should contact info@catap.ca to register at CATAP rate.

 

 

 

 

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Pricing

Super Early Pricing is Avalable

 

Pricing

CATAP & "TAP" member

$900 + GST

Non CATAP / "TAP" member

$1,050 + GST

 

 

CATAP is pleased to offer reduced rates to members in good standing with CATAP's sister associations.  These individuals should contact info@catap.ca to register at CATAP rate.

 

 

 

 

The Chateau Whistler is now accepting reservations for our Workshop/Conference.  

Reservations can be made on-line by CLICKING HERE  or going to https://book.passkey.com/go/1022CATA001

If you wish to contact the Fairmont direct you can call them at 1 (800) 606-8244 and the reservation code is CATAP 2022 or group code is 1022CATA_001

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Hotel Information and Travel Logistics

The Chateau Whistler is now accepting reservations for our Workshop/Conference.  

Reservations can be made on-line by CLICKING HERE  or going to https://book.passkey.com/go/1022CATA001

If you wish to contact the Fairmont direct you can call them at 1 (800) 606-8244 and the reservation code is CATAP 2022 or group code is 1022CATA_001

2022 Annual Conference
Workshop and Conference Program
Pricing
Hotel Information and Travel Logistics

Regional Events

Non-Association Events

Call for Speakers
2022 CATAP Annual Workshop & Conference
Submit by April 30, 2022
2022 CATAP Annual Workshop & Conference
October 16 to 20, 2022, Whistler, BC
2021 CATAP Virtual Fall Conference
Novermber 2 to 4, 2021
The Psychological Autopsy: A Roadmap and Case Studies
In honour of World Suicide Prevention Day
September 15, 2021 - 8:00 AM (PDT) / 11:00 AM (EDT)
CTRI Workshop
Violence Threat Assessment – Planning and Response
Oct 6, 2016, Whitehorse, YT

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Benefits of Membership

CATAP members get the benefit of reduced rates and group rates on all of our events. Our Annual Conference materials, including presentation slides, supporting documents and speaker bios are available following our events through our website.

If you are interested in CATAP's mission, or in engaging more with research and education around threat assessment and violence, you can apply to join CATAP through our website.

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