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Posted: Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Peter M. Carey, Chief of Police, and Amy M. Pedlow, Assistant Chief of Police, University Police

Peter M. Carey, chief of police and Amy M. Pedlow, assistant chief of police, served as presenters at the annual National Behavioral Intervention Team Association (NABITA) Conference in San Antonio, Texas, on November 14. They made their presentation along with Kimberly Brunell, J.D., supervisory special agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation–Behavioral Analysis Unit, and Brent Isaacson, M.S., special agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation–Buffalo Field Office. 

The presentation was a case study of a threat assessment and risk of violence by a university student. The case study described the complete threat assessment process from initial behavior, a forensic psychiatric evaluation, a FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) threat assessment, criminal investigation, arrest, prosecution, and community safety.