We make decisions daily about whether to act based upon our morals and values or surrender them based on fear, bias, indifference or some other factor. But everyone, including faculty, staff, students, safety directors, law enforcement, and administrators, have a responsibility to speak up.
Evaluating School Climate and Culture: Ensuring Safe & Caring School Communities in the Age of COVID-19
Nick Chernoff will discuss digital trends impacting school safety throughout North America, violent behavior patterns, and all facets of bullying and successful intervention strategies. In addition, staff and student online safety strategies will be reviewed.
Dr. Melissa Reeves discusses how to recognize the signs/symptoms of stress among staff, campus first responders, students, and ourselves, while also providing concrete strategies to help identify, understand, and manage emotions. Resources that prioritize relationships, human connections, and balancing physical and psychological safety will be emphasized.
Guy M. Grace and representatives from Littleton Public Schools and the Douglas County School District will share some of their experiences in responding to school emergencies and what happened in the aftermath to them and their families.
This Action Plan led by Alan Walters the Director of Safety and Risk Management for the Georgetown County School District will expose you to techniques that successful negotiators use and practice to de-escalate crisis and emergency situations.
In this session presented by John O’Malley, Campus Security Staff will walk away with a better understanding of the legality behind hospital detention and how to utilize best practices in this area if or when they find themselves dealing with forensic patients.
Learning about the signs and symptoms of compassion fatigue will enable participants to increase awareness within themselves and/or support colleagues who might be suffering in silence.
This program will provide participants with an understanding of proactive strategies they can implement with bus drivers in order to maintain control and improve the safety of students during transportation.
Preparing our students and staff to respond when violence erupts is critical to surviving a dangerous incident on campus, but wouldn’t it be better if we could prevent and attack in the first place?
In this video, we will take an in-depth look at the Fentanyl epidemic in the US including the emergence of the ‘designer’ versions of the drug with increased lethality for anyone coming into contact with it.
You will be able to Identify the dangers posed by the drug Fentanyl, the multiple variants of synthetic opioids, the lethal characteristics, the protective measures to prevent accidental exposure, and signs of an opioid overdose.