The Extremist Risk Intervention Scale (ERIS) is a practical scoring tool useful for those on Behavioral Intervention Teams, law enforcement, and counter-terrorism teams to assess and intervene with extremist and terrorist violence.
The Extremist Risk Intervention Scale (ERIS) is a researched-based expert system useful for assessing individuals during an in-person interview who have expressed a hardened perspective (typically on religious, political or social justice issues) who then feels justified acting violently to others. Those using the SIVRA-35 are recommended to have completed a NaBITA course on the instrument to better understand the creation, administration and interpretation of the measure. The tool should be used in conjunction with further training and study. A starting place for this would be reading this
or contacting the author Brian Van Brunt, at the bottom of the page.
Risk Elements (RE): Score 0 (for not present), 1 (for partially present or unknown), or 2 (for present).
Protective Elements (PE): Score 0 (for not present), 1 (for partially present or unknown), or 2 (for present).
Mobilization Factors (MF): Score either 0 (for not present) or 1 (for present) each, then label low (if 1–2 factors are present), moderate (if 3–5 factors exist), and high (if 6–10 factors are present).
TOTAL MOBILIZATION FACTORS
Note: Dangerousness and violence, from a student , faculty, or staff member is difficult, if not impossible, to accurately predict. This training topic offers research-based techniques and theories to provide a foundational understanding and improved awareness of the potential risk. The training or tool should not be seen as a guarantee or offer any assurance that violence will be prevented.