11th AETAP Conference
23 - 26 April 2018 - Helsinki, Finland
Call for Abstracts
We are pleased to announce the 11th conference of the Association of European Threat Assessment Professionals (AETAP), scheduled from 24-26 April 2018 in Helsinki, Finland. To all professionals active in the field of threat assessment and threat management: we welcome your abstract for oral presentations! We aim to strike a balance between input from academia, law enforcement, and corporate practices. The abstract submission !deadline is on Monday 18 September 2017!. You will be informed about the decision within 14 days.
Our last conferences
Last April AETAP’s main event took place in Dublin, Ireland. AETAP is always roulating their host city, which turns out to be fantastic. We were delighted to welcome more than 100 participants from all over the world; 20 countries from five continents were represented.
Until we release our new program for Finland, please have a look over the programs from our last conferences all over Europe:
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AETAP Terms and Conditions 2017
The registration for the conference is exclusively via the electronic way (registration link on AETAP homepage). Registrations will be considered in the order of receipt and confirmed by email within one working week.
Payment should be made via bank transfer or PayPal (PayPal fee will be 10 euros and will be added on the costs).
The application is binding. Cancellation up to 8 weeks before the conference is free of charge, up to 4 weeks before at 50% cancellation charges possible. In the case of a later cancellation, 100% of the participation fee will be considered as cancellation costs. It is possible at any time to name a substitute. Cancellations and changes are to be communicated by e-mail. Any refunds will be made after the event.
The participant is responsible for arrival and departure. Changes to the program, the exchange of speakers and the cancellation of the conference due to insufficient demand or force majeure are expressly reserved. Claims due to futile expenses or other disadvantages due to the conference agreement are excluded - except in cases of intent and gross negligence. With the transfer of the participation fee, the Terms and Conditions become binding.