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Kevin Cameron

Executive Director

The Canadian Centre for Threat Assessment

HQ Phone:  (403) 394-9468

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The Canadian Centre for Threat Assessment

3049 - 34Th Street N

Lethbridge, Alberta,T1H 7C4

Canada

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Rocky Mountain SD6

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This approach is based on the work of Kevin Cameron at the Canadian Centre for Threat Assessment.


ONGIA - Press Media

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Kevin Cameron: Threat Assessment Expert - Canadian Centre For Threat Assessment and Trauma Response - www.cctatr.com/


Documents | Palliser Regional Schools

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Violence Threat Risk Assessment Level 1 Training, April 23-24, 2015 Keywords: VTRA safety, multidisciplinary team, Kevin Cameron, Canadian Centre for Threat Assessment and Trauma Response


Facing School Violence: Threat Assessment Training Prepares Educators for the Unthinkable | Wider Horizons | Lethbridge College

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"No one had an interest in threat assessment before Taber," says Kevin Cameron, who nine years ago was brought in as a family therapist to begin analyzing the questions to which the tragedy gave rise.
"Many people still ask themselves 'Where were these shooters when I was in school.' The fact is, there were kids back then who could have become those shooters, but opted to kill only themselves instead." Following the Taber shootings and his subsequent study for the provincial government, Cameron established the Canadian Centre for Threat Assessment and Trauma Response, partnering with Lethbridge College to create and offer unique training for the nation's school districts to prepare them to deal with similar situations. "Kevin was the person with experience in the field; we provided the program credibility. It also fits in well with our Criminal Justice program's standard of excellence." Cameron, along with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Behavioural Sciences Unit, developed Canada's first comprehensive, multidisciplinary threat assessment training program. With funding from the solicitor general, they developed a pilot project to allow school districts to be proactive in dealing with perceived problems. Once the pilot received a positive evaluation in Alberta, word of its success began to spread. Lethbridge College placed the cost-recovery program in its Family Life Studies area and promoted it across the country. It's been embraced: Cameron, the program's lead trainer, can find himself in Nanaimo, B.C. one week and Niagara Falls, Ont., the next; every school district in New Brunswick has taken the course. Now, Lethbridge College and Cameron are developing training for the post-secondary level, in the wake of recent incidents at Dawson College in Montreal and Virginia Tech. Cameron sees a possible pattern in the spread of violent reaction to colleges and universities from high school. "Many of the troubled students in post-secondary institutions today were 13 to 16 when Columbine occurred," he says. "They're now attending colleges.


Premier Announces ERASE; Bullying Strategy - BC Confederation of Parent Advisory Councils

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"With this strategy, the British Columbia government has firmly placed itself as the national leader in supporting the development of anti-bullying and threat assessment protocols," said international expert Kevin Cameron, executive director of the Canadian Centre for Threat Assessment and Trauma Response.


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