The National Threat Evaluation and Reporting (NTER) Office strengthens information sharing by providing continuing education opportunities to homeland security partners who work in the field of targeted violence prevention.
These information sharing efforts bring together experts and research from a wide variety of disciplines to provide operational awareness of emerging trends and topics in Behavioral Threat Assessment and Management (BTAM), targeted violence, and violence prevention.
NTER Bulletins are designed to help inform homeland security partners of developing research and resources to examine homeland security threats through a behavioral approach to violence prevention!
Previous Bulletin Topics
- Landscape of Threat
- Women's History Month
- National Suicide Prevention Month
- Soft Targets in Crowded Places
Webinar Series on Targeted Violence
NTER coordinates and leads quarterly webinars on emerging trends in targeted violence prevention. This series brings together experts from a wide variety of disciplines across all levels of government and the private sector to present on, and discuss, emerging trends and topics in BTAM, targeted violence, and violence prevention.
These webinars help equip our partners with operational knowledge and resources for targeted violence prevention.
To access future NTER webinars, please contact us!
Previous Webinar Topics
The Relationship Between Domestic Violence and Targeted Violence: Key Identification and Assessment Considerations During the Reopening of America
Fostering Resilient Communities: Exploring Management Strategies in Threat Assessment
The Role of Gender in Targeted Violence and Threat Assessment
Three Pillars of Safety: Physical and Psychological, Emergency Management and Preparation and Behavioral Strategies