PublicSchoolWORKS Launches School Safety Talks - Initial Webinar Series Focuses on School Crisis and Response
The first webinar, ideal for school administrators, school resource officers, and first responders, is on Thursday, April 12, 2018 with Sandy Hook Parent Alissa Parker
Cincinnati, OH (April 3, 2018) — Districts across the nation are experiencing a heightened sense of urgency to make schools safer. To help them navigate the many aspects of school safety, PublicSchoolWORKS is launching School Safety Talks, a free webinar program addressing school safety concerns, with an initial focus on crisis prevention and response. During the three-part series, three school safety experts will offer their unique and valuable perspectives on school violence prevention and provide insights into how schools can respond.
The first webinar, scheduled for Thursday, April 12, 2018 at 2 p.m. Eastern, is with Alissa Parker, mother and Co-founder of Safe and Sounds Schools: A Sandy Hook Initiative. Parker will share her story and inspire attendees with practical ways to improve school safety.
On Thursday, April 26, 2018, board-certified Physical Security Professional (PSP) and Associate & Vice President of Physical Security Services at FEA Paul Timm will lead the second webinar of the series. Timm will focus on how a top-down commitment to school safety, including the involvement of students and staff, can help make schools safer.
In the third webinar of the series, scheduled for Thursday, May 10, 2018, Coordinator of Safety & Security for one of the largest career and technical centers in the United States Al Gille will share how he has used innovative practices and his 30+ years of law enforcement experience to overhaul Great Oaks Career Campuses’ ever-evolving crisis prevention and response initiative.
To register for the webinar series, click here. All webinars will start at 2 p.m. Eastern (11 a.m. Pacific) and will last 60 minutes.