Upcoming Webinars

Featuring safety experts & thought leaders on topics of training and best practices with insightful Q&A Sessions.

Nick Chernoff

Nick Chernoff

Trainer & Threat Analyst
Safer Schools Together

Social Media and K12 Threat Assessment for School Violence Prevention

Social media continues to impact school safety, culture and climate of our schools. Digital Threat Assessment was developed through the need to keep pace with the ever-evolving technology challenges that face our students currently. These challenges have entered the education domain with force and have overwhelmed school district staff throughout the world. The goal of this webinar is to give attendees a stronger understanding of the current social media world, tools to be able to proactively identify student safety concerns, and provide strategies for dealing with online situations as they arise. All aspects of school safety and threats to schools now involve a social media or online component to be prepared for.

Thursday, February 27th at 1pm Central

Jaclyn Schildkraut

Jaclyn Schildkraut

Associate Professor
State University of New York at Oswego

Lock Down Drills: Best Practices and Key Ways to Maximize Efficacy

Jaclyn Schildkraut Associate Professor State University of New York at Oswego Jaclyn Schildkraut, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice at SUNY Oswego and an internationally recognized expert on the topic of school and mass shootings. She has authored several books on the topic, including her most recently released title Columbine, 20 Years Later and Beyond: Lessons from Tragedy that explores how safety and security pertaining to mass shootings has changed since April 20, 1999. Her work also has been featured in numerous other articles and book chapters, and also has been heavily cited by media outlets including CBS, NBC News, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Vox, Huffington Post, The Atlantic, and others. A former resident of the Parkland area, Jaclyn now works with school districts to help ensure that students, faculty, and staff are receiving emergency preparedness training to help improve school safety.

Tuesday, March 3rd at 2pm Central

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