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Behavior Safety Assessment

1/30/2023, 1/31/2023

8:30 AM to 4:00 PM each day at Lane ESD Main Campus

CPDU: Hours - 14

 

This 2-day training focuses on building and maintaining a sustainable, community-based preventive behavioral threat assessment system to support school and student safety through equity, inclusion, connection and belonging.

 

A light breakfast, snacks and lunch will be provided for participants on both days of the training. 

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Registration closes 1/26/2023 7:30 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada)

 

 

 


Presenter

Courtenay McCarthy, EdS, CTM


Audience

School and district administrators, school-based mental health professionals, school resource officers, community mental health services, representatives from juvenile services and law enforcement, and other community agencies who provide services or support to Lane County students, families, schools and districts.


Goals

To support schools, districts and community partners in developing the tools, knowledge and skills needed to effectively implement and participate in a comprehensive preventative behavioral safety/threat assessment system.


Description

Participants will leave the training with information and skills on...

  • The use of preventive behavioral threat assessment, equity, inclusion, restorative practices and trauma informed care to decrease expulsions, arrests, and dismantle the school to prison pipeline
  • Evidence based best practices surrounding youth violence
  • Prescriptive recommendations for threat assessment and management
  • All of the forms, directions, and protocols necessary to implement a comprehensive preventive behavioral safety/threat assessment system
  • The dynamics and risk factors for reactive aggression, teen dating aggression, and targeted violence within in K-12 schools
  • Bias and how to avoid it through collaborative assessment and training
  • The application of threat assessment concepts and research in a site-based protocol (Level 1 team) and a community-based protocol (Level 2 team)
  • Local and regional resources and implementation issues/available support
  • Case study exercises as examples of application

 


Location

Lane ESD Main Campus

1200 Hwy 99 North
Eugene, OR 97402


Point of Contact

Kaleigh Bronson kbronson@lesd.k12.or.us


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Lane ESD provides services to the public schools in Lane County, Oregon, focusing on services for students with special needs, school improvement, technology support, and administrative services. We also oversee a number of federal and state grants. Find out more.