Threat assessment is a critical component of preventing school shootings and other targeted violence on campus.

The Arkansas Center for School Safety has been awarded a Bureau of Justice Assistance grant to assist Arkansas school districts, both public and private, to develop effective behavioral threat assessment teams and processes.

Join us at the Criminal Justice Institute in Little Rock on Monday, June 6, to learn more about Basic Behavior Threat Assessment. This seven-hour course explores the basic procedures and guidelines for threat assessment teams.

Topics include:
– Strategies for diverting students on a violent trajectory
– Components of threat assessment policies and procedures
– Defining and identifying behaviors for assessment screenings
– Levels of interventions needed to deter acts of violence

This course includes interactive scenarios designed for actual behavioral threat assessment teams. It is recommended that all members or potential members of a school threat assessment team should attend the same course delivery.

This training is FREE. Register your team online today!

For more information about this training, contact Beth Lacy: 501-570-8017 / [email protected]