MSNBC - HARDBALL with Chris Matthews: World renowned forensic psychiatrist, Dr. Park Dietz, discusses possible motives in Las Vegas Mass Shooting at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.
TWIN CITIES SECURITY PARTNERSHIP - Security summit Keynote Speaker: Park Dietz MD, PhD
Drawing on over 30 years of experience helping U.S.-based corporations shape their approach to mental disorder in the workplace, Dr. Dietz will trace the major themes affecting the success of corporate efforts, including the abandonment of pre-employment psychological screening, use of drug testing programs, internal vs. outsourced Employee Assistance Programs, the impact of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the use of onsite vs. remote human resources professionals, the proliferation of threat assessment efforts, the proliferation of workplace violence prevention efforts, the professionalization of corporate security, the pressure to weaken and abandon pre-employment criminal background screening, the adoption of active shooter scenarios into crisis management planning and training, and how the growing concern over cybersecurity will bring heightened surveillance of employee communications. Major factors bringing about these changes, for better or worse, are litigation, legislation, cost concerns, and the impact of the news media on the priorities of executives.
TCF BANK STADIUM - UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA CAMPUS
SEPTEMBER 20, 2017 - 8:45AM
Shareholder meetings and company-sponsored events are a more likely target today than ever before. Whether you’ve dealt with it yet or not, you should know that TAG has been dealing with former employees and others attempting crimes in these settings for 30 years. And if you operate or host events at sports and entertainment venues, convention centers, arenas, parade sites, hotels, shopping malls, or other heavily populated venues, you need to accept that these have all become increasingly attractive targets for both individual criminals and terrorists.
If you’re ready to re-examine your existing security efforts and consider enhancements to fortify the safety and security of your events, TAG has just the program for you. If you’ve worked with TAG before, you know that our experts have no equal, and event security is no exception to this generalization.
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.