2017 Training Opportunities
May 8-9, 2017 - National Leadership Summit: School-Based Policing and School Safety in the 21st Century, Hoover (AL)
- Foundations to a successful school-based policing program and school safety
- Leadership response before and during a critical incident
- Reunification: Lessons learned as a survivor of the Virginia Tech tragedy
- Recovery: Leadership lessons from Columbine and beyond
- School safety legal update and legislative reform: Government liability and failure to train
To learn about promoting school safely, click here to read the OJJDP Model Programs Guide.
June 9, 2017 - Creating a Trauma Informed School Training, Colorado Springs (CO)
Registration Open! Join the National Center for School Engagement (NCSE) in Colorado Springs (CO) for a training opportunity on "Creating a Trauma Informed School." The training will be held June 9, 2017. This training will provide educators and counselors with an understanding of the educational impacts of trauma on students. Participants will learn strategies to help students who have experienced trauma to become successful in the classroom, school, and community. Training topics will include:
- Impact on learning after a traumatic event
- Strategies for creating a safe learning environment
- Academic monitoring of student success
- Creating mindfulness in the school and classroom
June 16, 2017 - Developing a Problem-Solving Truancy Court, Colorado Springs (CO)
Registration Open! Join the National Center for School Engagement (NCSE) in Colorado Springs (CO) for a training opportunity on "Developing a Problem-Solving Court Truancy Court." The training will be held June 16, 2017. This training is designed for judges, magistrates, school district personnel, juvenile, parole officers, and professionals in the field working to help students and families improve school attendance. The training will be focused on how problem-solving courts can engage family and community partners to help youth overcome truancy. This training provide educators and counselors with an understanding of the educational impacts of trauma on students. Participants will learn strategies to help students who have experienced trauma to become successful in the classroom, school, and community.
Webinar Recording Now Available! Developing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for Your School-Justice Partnership
The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges joined by the Honorable Steven Teske, Chief Judge, Clayton County, Georgia, introduces and discussed the steps to develop a MOU during this interactive online training.
New Publication! Developing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for School-Justice Partnerships: Technical Assistance Tools
This fillable PDF technical assistance tool developed by the Honorable Steven Teske serves as a template that can be used to develop an MOU in your local jurisdiction.
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