One of the biggest challenges to an effective threat detection and prevention program is ensuring that all the various components of your program work together. The State of Texas has outlined various legislative requirements for districts to create uniformity and fidelity across the state related to threat assessment. These requirements include how a team is defined; how these teams are to serve campuses; specific procedures for how threats should be assessed and responded to; records retention, parental involvement, and training, among others. Although helpful in defining this work, meeting all these requirements can be challenging.
Watch this 60-minute webinar to hear how Cypress-Fairbanks ISD is maximizing Navigate360’s solutions to seamlessly meet all the state requirements regarding threat assessment. Specifically, we’ll walk through many of the Texas requirements and discuss how the district has implemented procedures and solutions to ensure they meet and exceed these standards.
- Understand data trends around harm to self, harm to others, and mental health, which highlight the critical need for comprehensive detection and prevention efforts.
- Explore how the various Texas legislative requirements can be utilized to establish a consistent and sustainable threat assessment program in your district.
- Take a deep dive into how Cypress-Fairbanks ISD created processes and maximized solutions to meet, and in many cases, exceed, Texas requirements.