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Psychology of School Threat Assessments
Psychology of School Threat Assessments
Classroom

Examine the psychological and behavioral aspects of threat assessment and management. Gain understanding in normal versus abnormal child and adolescent behaviors, identifying red-flags, why threats are made, and how threats can be managed along a pathway toward violence (both short and long-term) to ensure personnel safety. Review common problems in school threat assessment and propose solutions. Learn multidisciplinary threat assessment and management strategies and explore empirically based youth-violence risk and protective factors. Review assessment tools for use in the school system. Participate in simulated threat assessments and management with followup discussion (hotwash).

School Resource Officer Training Conference
School Resource Officer Training Conference
Conference

Conference theme "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.

Advanced Student Release/Reunification
Advanced Student Release/Reunification
Classroom

Experience a hands-on scenario that walks you through a critical incident tabletop exercise. During the exercise, you will apply problem solving skills in the areas of crisis media, logistical setup, outside agency involvement, and family community after a critical incident occurs.

Campus Response to Sexual Assault- Title IX
Campus Response to Sexual Assault- Title IX
Classroom

Join us for Campus Response to Sexual Assault to learn the basic current requirements (Title IX and Clery Act) and best practices for managing sexual violence cases on college campuses. Training is offered as a one-day workshop or two-day training for law enforcement first responders and campus administrators or investigators.

Crisis Media for Educators
Crisis Media for Educators
Classroom

With critical incidents on the rise in schools today, it is vital to understand the media and develop effective media relations. During a crisis event, three critical public information officer tasks need to take place to manage the situation effectively. Join us to learn about those tasks, the role of the public information officer and the media rules of conduct. Learn how to work in a combined media team with public safety responders, establish and train a crisis media team, and properly conduct a crisis media briefing.

Critical Issues in Campus Safety
Critical Issues in Campus Safety
Classroom

Preparing for critical incidents before one occurs will greatly improve the safety of students and employees. With training conducted at your own facility, school safety experts will work with you on these key critical incident areas: physical security and the layering approach to school safety, critical incident response to natural and man-made disasters.

Critical Issues in Campus Safety for Tribal Communities
Critical Issues in Campus Safety for Tribal Communities
Classroom

Examine common failures in critical incident responses and learn a proven methodology for quickly stabilizing and organizing these events on campus. Learn proactive skills and develop or enhance your emergency plans for active shooter scenarios at your school, department, or organization in your tribal community.

Emergency Management for K-12 Schools
Emergency Management for K-12 Schools
Classroom

When used effectively, the Incident Command System (ICS) provides standardization in critical incident response through consistent terminology and established organizational structures. Learn how to effectively collaborate with state, local and federal agencies who respond to critical events on your campus.

Emergency Preparedness for School Staff and their Families
Emergency Preparedness for School Staff and their Families
Classroom

When disaster hits, it is critical for school staff and families to know the best course of action to take. Emergency service resources may be limited and physical damage to roadways and bridges could make it difficult for your families to receive the help they need. Join us to learn what supplies, training, and procedures are needed to ensure the survival of your loved ones at home, giving you the peace of mind to take care of the students you serve.

MERIT Active Threats for School Staff
MERIT Active Threats for School Staff
Classroom

Because active threat situations are often over with before law enforcement arrives, educators must be prepared to respond to protect their students. In many cases, there is no pattern or method to the selection of victims by an active shooter; these situations are unpredictable and evolve quickly. Join us to train school employees on how to respond to active shooter situations, gain awareness of pre-incident indicators, characteristics of active shooters, and enhance your school emergency plan.

Threat Assessments and Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) Training for K-12 Schools
Threat Assessments and Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) Training for K-12 Schools
Classroom

Take a caring and proactive approach to students who are expressing alarming and concerning behaviors. Learn the importance of developing a sound foundation for Behavorial Intervention Teams (BITs) including creating a multidisciplinary team made up of your organization’s key players. Apply best practices as they relate to addressing threats, identifying pre-attack indicators, and stopping the pathway to violence.

Understanding the Complexities of Student Release/Reunification
Understanding the Complexities of Student Release/Reunification
Classroom

Release and reunification is the safe and controlled process for returning students back to their parents or guardians. Student release and reunification after a crisis can be one of the scariest and most difficult tasks a school can be face. Unlike fire and earthquake drills, release and reunification drills are more problematic to practice. Join us to learn the process of effective student release and reunification, as well as the latest methods and technology to leverage should a potential crisis that requires student release and reunification occur.

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