Journal of Threat Assessment and Management (JTAM) is a scholarly journal publishing peer-reviewed papers representing the science and practice of risk for violence and fear-inducing behavior. JTAM is published by the American Psychological Association and is a forum for scholarly dialogue regarding the most important emerging issues in the field. The first issue of the journal will appear in Spring 2013.
The Journal of Threat Assessment and Management will be an international periodical for professionals and scholars whose work focuses on operational aspects of threat assessment and management. The journal will be unique in three ways. First, it will be devoted exclusively to the subject of violence risk. Second, it will be applied in nature, dealing with the development, implementation, and evaluation of procedures for assessing and managing violence risk. Third, it will both reflect and promote the values of interdisciplinarity and internationalism, based on the view that preventing violence requires collaborations that cross professional and, in many cases, geopolitical boundaries.
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Journal Board Members. Stephen D. Hart, PhD is the incoming Editor of Journal of Threat Assessment and Management. He is professor of psychology at Simon Fraser University. Dr. Hart’s primary area of expertise is forensic psychology. His work focuses on clinical-forensic assessment in criminal and civil settings, particularly of violence risk and psychopathic personality disorder. As Editor, Dr. Hart is joined by international senior editorial advisory board members Jens Hoffman, PhD, J. Reid Meloy, PhD, and Lisa Warren, PhD.