Safe Schools Initiative Presentation

Presented by the United States Secret Service

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Date: Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Time: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Location: Neumann University, Mirenda Center

This seminar is organized by the Neumann University Criminal Justice Department and will be delivered by the United States Secret Service. This special training presentation will educate local school administrators, counselors, psychologists, resource officers, law enforcement officers, fire department personnel, and emergency management personnel on how to keep students safe.

REGISTRATION

Target Audiences:

Organizations, government, school and business leaders and employees, professionals in the workplace and individuals. Audiences will include those involved in the prevention of targeted violence in K-12 schools, those involved in developing of cybersecurity plans and those who are involved in the areas of online and personal safety including social workers, counselors and school psychologists. Registration is provided for free.

Safe Schools Agenda Flyer Final Handout

PROPOSED AGENDA- Discussion topics will include:

NTAC (National Threat Assessment Center) 

  • Preventing School Shootings and findings from Safe School Initiative
  • Creating Targeted Violence Prevention Plan
  • Creating and Using a Multidisciplinary Threat Assessment Teams
  • Identify Concerning and Prohibited Behaviors
  • Creating Reporting Mechanisms (Example Colorado Safe2Tell)
  • Developing a Threshold for Law Enforcement Intervention in School Threat Assessments
  • Investigative Procedures for Threat Assessments in Schools
  • Developing Risk Management Options
  • Promoting Safe School Climates and Cultures (Findings from the Bystander Study)
  • Identifying Training Practices and Topics for Stakeholders
  • Case Study

NCFI (National Computer Forensic Institute) 

  • Development of a Robust Cyber Security Plan
  • Introduction and Threat Nature of Cyber Today- The Integrated Impacts to Operations
  • Case Studies
  • Incident Response: Threat Response and Asset Response
  • When to Report: What to Report, Types of Response to Expect
  • What Can Schools do to Prepare or Combat Cyber Threats?

NCMEC (National Center for Missing and Exploited Children) 

  • (An awareness presentation educating participants about the program and services offered)
  • Childhood Smart Program educational resources disseminated by the service to schools and communities
  • KidSmartz- Educates parents/empowers children to practice safer behaviors
  • NetSmartz- Educates parents/empowers children online safety and responsible internet use
    • Cyberbullying
    • Inappropriate content
    • Privacy
    • Sexting
  • Operation Safe Kids offers “Livescan Child ID”
  • Consolidation of biographical data that is kept by parents for LE if needed

 

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