Integrating Digital Threat Assessment® into the CSTAG Model

Integrating Digital Threat Assessment® into the CSTAG Model

This Macro Module provides an overview on the use of Digital Threat Assessment with the Comprehensive School Threat Assessment Guidelines (CSTAG). CSTAG is an evidence-based behavioral threat assessment and management model designed specifically for schools, however, this blended program can also be used with non-students as well. This model focuses on using a problem-solving approach to prevent community violence.

This Macro Module Includes:

  • Utilize the School Threat Assessment Decision Tree and Digital Threat Assessment® (DTA) tools to better understand a threat-maker’s behavioral baseline
  • Use social media to conduct and evaluate a safety plan for the threat-maker/target
  • A review of the concept of leakage and its ties to social media
  • A high-level overview of the most commonly used social media platforms (Instagram, Snapchat, TikTok, etc.) and best practice for searching within them
  • Using Boolean Search Operators to identify a threat-makers public social media accounts
  • Tools to determine whether a threat-maker has access to the means to carry out a threat, demonstrates a shift in digital behavioral baseline, or displays behaviors consistent with a threat
  • How to effectively screenshot on mobile and computer devices
  • Determine the authenticity of a photo or video, and next steps based on the results

[14 videos | Total run time 1 hour 1 minute]

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