Totti Karpela1 1Peace Of Mind, Hong Kong Many global corporations are strongly present around Asia. However, global policies might be difficult to implement in Asian culture, due to regional differences and different workplace culture. The presentation covers a cross-section of...
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Dr Majeed Khader, MS  Tan Mingyi Eunice1, MS  Charmaine  Lee Siew Ling1 1Ministry of Home Affairs, Singapore, Singapore Lessons from a Singapore Campus Sexual Harassment Case: Escalation of Incidents and Implications for Organisational Risk Management  Risk  management  is  key  to ...
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Dr Majeed Khader, Ms  Charmaine Lee Siew Ling The Psychology of Ragging: A Multi-level Conceptualisation of Ragging in Institutions  In the context of safety and security where officers operate under high stakes and time pressure, strong trust between team members...
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Dr Russell Palarea1, SSA Kendall Donahue1 1Diplomatic Security Service, U.S. Department Of State, Washington, USA Abstract TBA Biography: Dr. Russell Palarea serves as the contract Consulting Operational Psychologist for the U.S. Department of State’s Diplomatic Security Service (DS).  He was...
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Dr Michael Davis1 1Michael Davis Forensic Psychology Pty Ltd Sexual offenders and the crimes they commit are markedly heterogeneous. Decades of scholarly literature have posited a number of motivations for rape, including power, anger, misogynistic vindictiveness, and sexualisation. Identifying the...
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Mr David Whittingham1 1Evexia, Brisbane, Australia Understanding emotions and ‘moral emotions’ with greater granularity may assist in potential risk and protective factor identification and, the tactical understanding of violent extremists. The combination of anger, contempt and disgust emotions (ANCODI) has...
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Dr Karie Gibson1, Crime Analyst Jennifer Tillman1, Detective Blake Horder2 1FBI-BAU, Quantico, USA, 2South Australia Police, Adelaide, Australia In early November 2017 information received by South Australia Police indicated two males (18 yo and 16 yo) were planning to carry...
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Ms Kim Herbert1,2, Mrs Lisa Brand1,2 1Cyntropy Pty Ltd, Sydney/Brisbane, Australia, 2nandin (Deep Tech Incubator), Lucas Heights, Australia Context Imagine that overnight, your workforce went from 600 to 2,500 and the number of workplaces went from three to 110. How...
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Dr Stephen Hart3 1Protect International Risk And Safety Services Inc, Vancouver, Canada, 2Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, Canada, 3University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway Whenever a workplace violence threat assessment is conducted, it is possible – and even likely – that other...
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Miss  Sarah Lavinia Joseph1, Miss Priyathanaa Kalyanasundram1, Mr Wayne Ferroa1 1Singapore Prison Service, Singapore, Singapore Violence in correctional institutions, be it between persons incarcerated, or against correctional staff, can cause considerable physical and psychological harm. Approaches towards understanding and managing...
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