Comprehensive school safety and student support require behavioral threat assessment. Based on research and best practices, many states, local districts, and schools have adopted behavioral threat assessment legislation and programs. Like any new strategy, behavioral threat assessment in K-12 education must overcome implementation challenges to be effective and sustainable.
Join us and our panel of national experts on Tuesday, December 12 at 2:00 p.m. EST for a 60-minute discussion that will cover hot topics such as the involvement of law enforcement in school behavior threat assessment cases, managing behavioral threat and suicide assessment and intervention, the intersection of special education and threat assessment, and how to develop and monitor management plans and other supports and interventions.
Understand best practices for law enforcement to best support your school threat assessment program.
Learn how suicide prevention/intervention and behavioral threat assessment programs work together comprehensively to better support students.
Understand how special education and threat assessment programs can work together to support students in the best ways possible.
Learn best practices in developing and monitoring student management plans.
Discover strategies to better integrate student wellness assessments (behavioral threat assessment, suicide assessment, bullying investigation, mental health triage, etc.) to support students.