The Workplace Assessment of Violence Risk-21, Version 3 (WAVR-21) is a 21-item coded instrument for the structured assessment of workplace and campus targeted violence risk. Consisting of both static and dynamic risk factors, the WAVR-21 can be used to reliably identify and assess the risk, frequency, and severity of both homicidal and non-homicidal aggression in work and higher education settings. Relevant behaviors of concern such as stalking, anger problems, menacing behavior, and bullying are also coded, as well as organizational contributors to violence risk. The WAVR-21 may be used by the members of multi-disciplinary threat assessment and management (TAM) teams who typically work in organizations, as well as by risk assessment mental health professionals who consult or conduct formal assessments in work or campus settings. Workplace violence security consultants will also find the WAVR-21 helpful, as will law enforcement professionals who assist the organizations in their communities.
Presented by the developers of the WAVR-21 and offered exclusively through the Global Institute of Forensic Research, this On Demand training will provide attendees with a solid introduction to the WAVR-21 while earning 5 hours of valuable Continuing Education Credit.
At the end of this training you will be able to…
- Describe the background, theory, and rationale for using the WAVR-21 Version 3
- Apply the item coding criteria for the WAVR-21 Version 3
- Observe how a case study demonstrates the utility of the WAVR-21 Version 3 in practice
- Professionally apply the WAVR-21 to cases to help organize thinking, data collection, and operational planning
It is recommended that attendees have access to the WAVR-21 V3 Manual, purchasable through the instrument’s distributor, Specialized Training. For details, visit: http://www.specializedtraining.com/p-77-wavr-21-third-edition.aspx
More cost-effective and time-efficient than attending an in-person workshop but covering the same content, this innovative On Demand training is the first-of-its-kind.
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Drs. Stephen G. White and J. Reid Meloy are the developers of the WAVR-21 V3 (www.wavr21.com), a structured professional judgment instrument for the assessment of targeted workplace and campus violence risk.
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