School Threat Assessment Workshop
School threat assessment is recognized as a best practice for preventing school shootings. The Texas School Safety Center is pleased to offer ten trainings across the state for school district participation. This one-day workshop on school threat assessment will present a step-by-step process for addressing threatening and other potentially dangerous behavior in school or that could impact a school. It will also teach participants how to respond to threatening behavior and other disturbing behavior, gather additional information, make an assessment, and take preventive steps if necessary.
The workshop is appropriate for school personnel, school security professionals, law enforcement professionals, mental health professionals, and others who may be tasked with addressing threatening behavior in school.
Topics covered during the workshop include:
- Understanding School Violence and Implications for Prevention
- Steps in the Threat Assessment Process
- Developing and Implementing Case Management Plans
- Tabletop Exercise
- Steps to Develop a School Threat Assessment Program
- Offer Things We Can Do
- Summary/Q & A
Please note: In order to allow as many districts as possible to benefit from these trainings, we would ask that each district limit their registrations to five participants. If we have space, we will open the registration up to additional team members.
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August 6, 2019 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Richardson Civic Center
Richardson, Texas 75080 (Workshop Full)
*Workshop will be 7 Hours; TCOLE Credit will be provided.
If you have any questions regarding these trainings, please contact Ruby Moseley at firstname.lastname@example.org