What Dr. Park Dietz wants you to know about mitigating workplace violence, zero tolerance policies, OSHA’s potential legislation and more.
Workplace violence is seldom the freak episode that the media portrays it to be. It rarely involves a mass shooting with a gun, and rarely does it result in a homicide or mass casualty.
TAG is pleased to offer an exclusive advanced training experience to qualified professionals who manage workplace violence risks in their organizations.
This experience will be offered:
April 13-14, 2017
October 16-17, 2017
He confessed to his therapist that he was a serial killer who raped and murdered women. Then the hunt began for his next victim.
“This doesn’t happen every day to therapists,” forensic psychiatrist Park Dietz, the senior author of the case report, told BuzzFeed News. “It’s always a surprise, unless you cultivate that kind of thing.”
Ronald P. Walker, M.A. (FBI, ret.)
As a TAG Senior Analyst, Mr. Walker has provided expert consultation to hundreds of TAG’s corporate clients in the investigation, analysis, and management of threat cases. Mr. Walker has specialized expertise in conducting investigative interviews and in identifying unknown subjects responsible for sabotage, crime, defamatory statements, or anonymous threats.
As the 20th anniversary of JonBenét Ramsey's death approaches, multiple networks are set to release documentaries and TV specials that will delve into the still-unsolved case as new details continue to emerge. For example, CBS is preparing to air The Case Of: JonBenét Ramsey, a docuseries that will follow the original investigators on the case as they use new technological developments to reexamine critical evidence. One significant figure who emerges in the context of the original JonBenét Ramsey case is FBI Special Agent Ron Walker. Who is he, and what exactly was his involvement in the case?
This year marks 20 years since six-year-old JonBenét Ramsey was found dead in the basement of her family's home in Boulder, Colorado. In a Two-Hour Dateline Special, TAG expert and first responding FBI agent Ron Walker opens up about his experience on the case. The special includes first-ever TV interviews with former Boulder PD detective Jane Harmer, former Denver PD detective Tom Haney and never-before-seen case documents. Josh Mankiewicz reports.
On Tuesday, Japan experienced a terrible incident of workplace violence when a terminated employee broke into his former workplace and killed 19 people and wounded 45 others. He had provided the clearest warning imaginable, had been hospitalized briefly, and had been discharged from the hospital last March.
Dr. Park Dietz discusses the terror attack that killed 84 in Nice, France.
A federal judge on Wednesday granted John Hinckley Jr., the man who shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981, "full-time convalescent leave" from St. Elizabeth's Hospital.