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School Resource Officer Training Conference

Jun 13-15, 2017 | Appleton, WI | Conference


Protecting Our Children Through Prevention and Response. Join other law enforcement and school personnel to address school violence and youth victimization concerns through the use of crime prevention and response strategies. Examine the impacts of trauma on youth and effective strategies for working with students experiencing mental illness and learning disabilities.

$225 Register

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Conference Highlights: * Lt. Colonel Dave Grossman (Keynote) * Frank DeAngelis, Principal (Retired) of Columbine High School (Keynote) * Antigo Prom Shooting Case Study * Legal Update with Dave Perlman * Substance Abuse Trends * Juvenile Sex Trafficking * Social Media Threats and Updates in Apps * Active Shooter Response * Working with Students with Disabilities

What's In It For You

Upon completion of this conference, you will be able to: * Identify effective strategies to reduce the potential for crime and violence in schools * Examine best practices and lessons learned in response to critical incidents * Explore relevant case studies related to school safety and security * Describe current trends and risks related to social media and technology, alcohol and substance abuse, and gangs

Is this training for you?

The following would benefit from this training:
• Community Member
• Educator
• Law Enforcement
• Law Enforcement Support
• Social Workers

About the Venue

Radisson Paper Valley Hotel 333 W. College Avenue Appleton WI 54911 (920)733-8000 | [Website](www.radisson.com/sro)

Lodging Options

Radisson Paper Valley Hotel 333 W. College Avenue Appleton WI 54911 (920)733-8000 | [Website](www.radisson.com/sro) Room rate: Single $82/night, Double $109/night. *Both rates do not include applicable tax.* Room rate expiration: May 15, 2017 Complimentary airport shuttle is available.

$225 Individual registration $175 Group registration per person Groups of 3 or more qualify for the group rate. (Examples: 3 officers from same department or 1 SRO and 2 school administrators.) Prescription and Opiate Abuse Training Pre-Conference June 12, 2017 $75 Registration fee

Pre Training Detail

Prescription and Opiate Abuse Training June 12, 2017 | 9:30 am - 4:30 pm (lunch on own) $75.00 Registration Fee [Register here](ncjtc.fvtc.edu/training/details/TR00003047/TRI0003048/prescription-drug-abuse) Discuss the continually rising epidemic of prescription drug and opiate abuse including trends among youth. Review different types of preferred pills and tips to recognize symptoms of heroin influence including common habits and behaviors of the user. Explore methods available to law enforcement and other professionals to assist in situations of overdose. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to: * Describe current trends in prescription drugs and opiate abuse and impact on youth * Identify key symptoms of heroin and prescription drug influence * Describe different types of preferred prescription pills and the physiological and behavioral effects of each type * Apply the information to raise awareness among parents and youth regarding the danger

All Scheduled Trainings

No other dates for this training are scheduled at this time.


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School Resource Officer Training Conference

Jun 13-15, 2017 | Appleton, WI



Jun 13, 2017


Time
Session

7:30 AM - 8:30 AM
Registration and Information Desk Open
Open 7:30 am - 5:00 pm

8:30 AM - 8:45 AM
Conference Opening and Welcome Remarks

Speaker:
Brad Schimel - Attorney General, Wisconsin Department of Justice

8:45 AM - 10:00 AM
Leadership Lessons from Columbine and Beyond
Frank DeAngelis, Principal (Retired), Columbine High School The tragedy at Columbine redefined the nation. Frank DeAngelis tells his story from the events through the aftermath. This presentation reveals the leadership lessons he learned in the focus of an international firestorm. Frank’s honest, straight-forward account provides invaluable insights into managing the after-crisis with students, staff members, community members and never ending media attention. A positive attitude and a passion for his job, allowed him to work at Columbine from 1979 to 2014. He shares how he was able to build a community that worked together for his kids; the students at Columbine High School. The takeaways from this presentation should be required reading for every leader in the nation.
Speaker:
Frank DeAngelis - Principal (Retired), Columbine High School

10:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Break


10:15 AM - 11:30 AM
Substance Abuse Trends
Discuss current drug trends from a national and state perspective. Key topics include medical marijuana and its backlash on youth (smoking to eating), synthetic/designer drugs, pharmaceutical pain pills and their progression to heroin use.
Speaker:
Mick Mollica - Consultant, NCJTC of Fox Valley Technical College

11:30 AM - 12:45 PM
Lunch
On your own

12:45 PM - 2:00 PM
Split Plenary Session: Substance Abuse Trends (Part 2)

Speaker:
Mick Mollica - Consultant, NCJTC of Fox Valley Technical College

12:45 PM - 2:00 PM
Split Plenary Session: Effective Technology Safety Messaging
Technology safety prevention messaging has often been based upon scare tactics. Because teens don’t see themselves involved in the dangerous situations portrayed in some presentations, we must create effective messages by emphasizing positive normative behaviors of youth. Parents also struggle with changes in technology and how to talk with their children about online safety. This workshop will discuss the latest prevention research and show how to reach youth education with a variety of effective technology safety messaging. Resources for making effective presentations, inspiring discussion and educating youth to be better digital citizens will also be offered.
Speaker:
Joe Laramie - Program Mgr, NCJTC of Fox Valley Technical College

2:00 PM - 2:15 PM
Break


2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Wrkshp #1: Officer Geller-Facility Dog as a SRO Partner
SRO Jeff Jorgenson will share his experience over the last school year with his partner "Geller" a 2 year old lab/golden retriever cross. Discover how Geller has affected use of force and seclusion and restraint statistics. Explore this innovative approach to helping students in crisis and develop relationship with some of the least trusting kids and families.
Speakers:
Jeff Jorgenson - School Resource Officer, Menasha Police Dept | Officer Geller - K-9 Officer, Menasha Police Dept

2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Wrkshp #1- Effective Technology Safety Messaging (Repeat session)
Technology safety prevention messaging has often been based upon scare tactics. Because teens don’t see themselves involved in the dangerous situations portrayed in some presentations, we must create effective messages by emphasizing positive normative behaviors of youth. Parents also struggle with changes in technology and how to talk with their children about online safety. This workshop will discuss the latest prevention research and show how to reach youth education with a variety of effective technology safety messaging. Resources for making effective presentations, inspiring discussion and educating youth to be better digital citizens will also be offered.
Speaker:
Joe Laramie - Program Mgr, NCJTC of Fox Valley Technical College

2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Wkshp #1- Wisconsin Statewide Intelligence Center: Update and Current Threat Brief for School Safety
Hear a brief introduction to Wisconsin's fusion center, the Wisconsin Statewide Intelligence Center, as well as a current threat brief. Review recent terrorism events,and evolving countering violent extremism topics as related to school safety.

3:30 PM - 3:45 PM
Break


3:45 PM - 5:00 PM
A 3-Pronged Holistic Active Shooter Approach
Examine the impact of childhood traumatic stress. Discuss the effects of trauma exposure on children's ability to focus and effectively appraise and process information. This information will aid in enhancing provider services and implementing strategies to effectively work with children suffering from trauma.

5:15 PM - 6:45 PM
Evening Reception
Held in the Courtyard.


Jun 14, 2017


Time
Session

8:00 AM - 9:15 AM
Safe Schools and Healthy Students
Lt. Col. Dave Grossman turns his research on the psychology of violence inside out, applying the lesson he's learned into a presentation whose core thesis everyone can agree on: We must protect the children who have been entrusted to our care. This means facing some uncomfortable facts, including violent children, terrorists, and the lagging security systems when something does happen. Taking into context the tragedies of school massacres from Jonesboro to Columbine and further, Lt. Col. Grossman outlines a series of foolproof strategies to help keep our kids safe, including immediate and long-term solutions. This is a fact-filled presentation based on the most recent school safety research and offering vital response technologies
Speaker:
Lt. Colonel Dave Grossman - U.S. Army (Retired); Dir. Killology Research Grp

9:15 AM - 9:30 AM
Break


9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Safe Schools and Healthy Students (continued)

Speaker:
Lt. Colonel Dave Grossman - U.S. Army (Retired); Dir. Killology Research Grp

10:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Break


10:45 AM - 11:45 AM
Antigo High School Prom Shooting Case Study
On April 23, 2016, an 18 year- old former student showed up at the Antigo High School prom with an assault refile and immediately began shooting at students leaving the dance. The Antigo Police Department and Antigo School district will review the events of the night, the response of law enforcement and school personnel, and lessons learned from the tragedy.
Speaker:
Eric Roller - Chief of Police, Antigo Police Department

11:45 AM - 12:45 PM
Lunch (on own)


12:45 PM - 2:00 PM
Workshop #2: Stop the Bleed


12:45 PM - 2:00 PM
Workshop #2: Improving Outcomes for Students with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders is a medical condition with a range of physical, developmental, cognitive, and neurobehavioral symptoms. The Centers for Disease Control estimates that up to 1 in 20 U.S. school children may be on the spectrum. Students with an FASD are at increased risk of a disrupted school experience. They are also at increased risk for involvement with the criminal justice system as suspects and victims. Students on the spectrum often have special learning needs and often have a wide range of challenges. The session will provide an overview of the challenges associated with FASD and practical strategies for school resource officers and other educational professionals to improve outcomes.
Speaker:
Ruth Richardson - Dir of Programs, MN Org on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

12:45 PM - 2:00 PM
Workshop #2: Social Media and Privacy Issues for Child Protection Professionals
With the ever-increasing use of social media, it is important for all professionals to understand the issues related to disclosures of online postings during criminal proceedings, civil matters and employment. This presentation will cover the dangers involving blurred lines between personal and professional use of social media, how to avoid professional embarrassment, discipline issues, and personal or family dangers because of online posts. Resources to assist in the development of agency policies for private and professional use, along with social media privacy tips will be provided.
Speaker:
Joe Laramie - Program Mgr, NCJTC of Fox Valley Technical College

2:00 PM - 2:15 PM
Break


2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Workshop #3: Reunification Best Practices


2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Workshop #3: Social Media Concepts and Investigative Strategies
Social Networking Concepts and Investigative Strategies This module will provide investigators with an overview of current trends within the realm of social networking to include social networking apps that are currently popular and how social networking has evolved to a mobile interface. Specific attention will be paid to highlighting the potential investigative leads that can be garnered from Social Networking sites and possible digital evidence that can be secured in criminal investigations. Ecommerce sites (backpage.com, craigslist.com, etc.) that contribute to the current problems with human trafficking will be addressed as well as dating sites that can be used to target potential stalking victims.
Speaker:
Bob Breeden - Associate, NCJTC of Fox Valley Technical College

2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Workshop #3: Conversations about Interpersonal Safety
Advocates report that two of the most frequent comments heard during disclosures of abuse from victims/survivors with disabilities are: he told me to and I have to be nice. For many children and adults with disabilities, we support by teaching them to be compliant, to do what they are told. Whose responsibility is it to facilitate meaningful conversations and other learning experiences about interpersonal safety? However much we think we know about someone’s personal story, there is so much that is unknown or untold. During this session we want to at least consider starting some new conversations
Speaker:
Mark Sweet, Ph.D. - Trainer and Consultant, Disability Rights WI

3:30 PM - 3:45 PM
Break


3:45 PM - 5:00 PM
Hidden in Teen Culture:
"A Case Study That Exposed New Age Applications Used to Create & Disseminate Child Pornography Among Teens" Learn how the Village of DeForest Police Department and the Wisconsin Department of Justice, Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) became aware of and exposed the methods teens were using to create, maintain, and distribute child pornography like athletic playing cards. In April 2015, DeForest Police were made aware of child pornographic images circulating the DeForest Area School district. Upon initial investigation it was discovered that the methods used to conduct these crimes were more sophisticated than imagined. We will discuss the positives and the mistakes made during this investigation. We will talk about the types of technology the subjects used and how it was difficult at times for investigators to locate items of evidentiary value because of technological advancements. You will hear about the case from discovery to prosecution.
Speakers:
Bob Berg - Detective Sergeant, DeForest Police Dept | Brian Johnson - Officer, DeForest Police Department


Jun 15, 2017


Time
Session

8:00 AM - 9:15 AM
Workshop #4: Working with Students with Disabilities
Discuss student eligibility requirements and explore contents of individualized education programs. Review how to identify behavioral needs.

8:00 AM - 9:15 AM
Workshop #4: Juvenile Sex Trafficking Case Studies/Alt to Traditional Investigation & Prosecution
This interactive session provides an overview on the face of sex trafficking in Wisconsin. The most vulnerable will be identified along with area case studies. Insights will be provided regarding alternatives to traditional investigation and prosecution and local initiatives that work. The presentation will include contributions from area professionals in the field including counselors, advocates, and educators.

8:00 AM - 9:15 AM
Workshop #4: Speak Up to Slow Down
Teen drivers must slow down and understand they are responsible for the safety of anyone in their vehicle. Passengers need to "speak up" when they feel uncomfortable at any time in a vehicle. Life can change in an instant and there are no second chances. When another teenage driver chose speed over responsibility, six young women were injured, three more lost their lives and a community was changed forever. As a result of the horrific and avoidable crash that occurred near Campbellsport, WI, video producer Gregg Burmeister and individuals directly affected by the senseless crash were moved to do something about it, and Speak Up to Slow Down was born. A teenage driver safety video, Speak Up to Slow Down was created in hopes of saving future teenage lives in light of the Campbellsport crash. The title reflects a “call to action,” and urges both parents and teenagers to embrace the message to Speak Up to Slow Down after learning what happened that fateful night.
Speaker:
Ryan Costello - Public Speaker/Presenter, Speak Up to Slow Down

9:15 AM - 9:30 AM
Break


9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
The Importance of Mental Health and Self-Care in Law Enforcement
Discuss skills law enforcement may apply to cope with post-traumatic stress, regulate emotions, and enhance interpersonal communication. Explore stress management and self-care techniques.
Speaker:
Paul Smith, LCSW - Owner, Code-3 Counseling & Consulting, LLC

10:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Break


10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Legal Update
Explore recent cases involving school safety and security, development and implementation of policies and procedures, and interviewing students. Gather information about recent updates in school safety and security.
Speaker:
Dave Perlman - Asst Attorney Gen, WI DOJ, Training and Standards

12:00 PM - 12:00 PM
Conference Closing and Evaluation




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Notice of Federal Funding and Federal Disclaimer This Web site is funded in part through grants from BJA, COPS, ​OJJDP, OJP, OVC, SMART, and U.S. Department of Justice. Neither the U.S. Department of Justice nor any of its components operate, control, are responsible for, or necessarily endorse, this Web site (including, without limitation, its content, technical infrastructure, and policies, and any services or tools provided).​