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Assessing Student Threats: Implementing the Salem- Keizer System

Date: 06/15/2020 to 06/16/2020
Time: 9:00 to 3:00
Location: ROE #3 Professional Development Center 1500 W Jefferson St. Vandalia, IL 62471

Contact email: workshops@roe3.org
Contact phone: 6182835011

Assessing Student  Threats: Implementing the Salem Keizer System is a 2 day hands-on, interactive, lab type training that will allow your staff and administration to implement a threat  assessment system that follows the recommendations of the Safe Schools Initiative and the prescriptive outline provided by the FBI.  This training will cover an introduction to the basic concepts of threat  assessment, youth dating aggression as well as domestic violence, the threat  assessment process for schools, and analyze case studies. 

HB 1561 (Crespo, D-Streamwood) requires all school boards to develop threat assessment protocols and create threat assessment teams. Additionally, it allows receipts from county wide sales tax for school facilities and health/life safety funds to be used for personnel such as school resource officers or mental health professionals. The bill is now Public Act 101-0455, effective August 26, 2019   

This two day training is $200/person and lunch will be provided both days. Each participant will receive a copy of the Assessing Student  Threats: Implementing the Salem Keizer System and 11 PD hours upon completion of the two day training.  Districts are strongly encouraged to bring a team to this training. 




Registration Flyer: Register Here

Professional Development Provided By:
The Regional Office of Education for Bond, Christian, Effingham, Fayette and Montgomery Counties
Julie Wollerman, Regional Superintendent of Schools