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Behavioral Threat Assessment Expert Spotlight

Dr. Joe McKenna

Dr. Joe McKenna

Vice President of Threat Detection and Prevention Program Development
Having served in various positions focused on improving school safety and student wellness, Joe McKenna brings a wealth of expertise and experience to his role as Vice President of Threat Detection and Prevention Program Development.

Joe has also held several leadership positions in the school safety industry, including Executive Director of Safety and Student Support for Comal ISD in Texas, where he oversaw the district’s safety, student support and health service departments. Joe also spent seven years at the Texas School Safety Center as the Associate Director, where he managed operations of both the research and education divisions and served as project director for many federal and state-funded research and technical assistance grants.

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Please answer "Yes" or "No" to the following assessment statements.


There is a board policy related to the threat assessment program.*
There are detailed procedures in place to guide the implementation of the threat assessment program.*


The threat assessment program has defined teams, including specific expertise, positions, and roles that are multidisciplinary in nature.*
Expectations are clearly defined regarding team meetings, including frequency, content, and documentation.*
Threat assessment training occurs, at least annually, for ALL staff, at the appropriate level, in line with how specific staff are expected to engage in/with the threat assessment program.*
All threat assessment training is adequately documented, including the degree to which each person was trained and when training occurred.*


There are defined workflows for a threat assessment case, including how to open a case, how to step down a case, how to review a case, how to transfer a case, and how to close a case.*
All cases are assigned the appropriate threat level based on the analysis of the gathered information.*
Internal and external resources have been identified for creating individualized case management plans to support students/staff.*
All case documentation is complete, accurate, organized, and secure, with only those needing access to specific cases having such.*


There are clearly defined avenues for concerning information to be reported by staff, students, parents, and the community, with at least one reporting mechanism or system with an anonymous option.*
Other internal departments, with existing health and safety strategies, are included and consulted with regularly regarding the alignment of various programs and services with the threat assessment program (SpEd, Attendance, Discipline, Health Services, Section 504, other).*
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