The GIFR Executive Bulletin makes it easy and affordable to stay up-to-date on all the groundbreaking research published each month on adult and juvenile violence, sex offender, and general recidivism risk assessment published in over 120 journals. Join over 11,000 users around the world who already benefit from this “Gold Standard” resource each month.
“The Executive Bulletin covers the whole field, not just part of it. It saves researchers a lot of valuable time, makes the ever-expanding literature more accessible, and helps us get on with the job.”
-Dr. Christopher Webster
Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry, University of Toronto, Canada
What Is Included In Every Issue?
Actionable One-Page Summaries
Enjoy comprehensive one-page summaries of all risk assessment studies published each month in over 120 scientific journals. Each digest includes an executive summary, highlights clinical implications, and poses legal questions that can be asked in court.
Risk Assessment Trainings
Benefit from exclusive risk assessment trainings offered quarterly from industry experts. These practice-focused programs will assist you in mastering evidence-based risk assessment methods, and will ensure your familiarity with new trends in the field.
Exclusive Monthly Interviews
Gain access to monthly interviews with leading frontline researchers, clinicians, and policymakers from around the world who share their tips-and-tricks on how to maximize the performance of risk assessment tools.
Executive Bulletin Podcasts
Why read about the latest risk assessment research when you can listen to it? Stream every month’s Executive Bulletin wirelessly on your phone or tablet to get trained during your commute.
Continuing Education Credits
The Executive Bulletin is eligible for over 20 Hours of annual Continuing Education Credit through the American Psychological Association, Canadian Psychological Association, American Nurses Credentialing Center, Association of Social Work Boards, National Board of Certified Counselors, and the Association for Addiction Professionals.
Why Should I Subscribe?
Increase the Reliability and Accuracy of Your Risk Assessments
Integrate Groundbreaking Research Into Practice Immediately After Publication
Save Over 400 Hours and $6,000 Each Year