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Explore upcoming events such as webinars and conferences related to school safety.

Upcoming Events

Mental Health

K-12 Student Mental Health Resources and Support

Department of Homeland Security and Department of Health and Human Services
Date:
This virtual training features a facilitated discussion with federal, state, and local representatives on mental health and wellness resources available to schools, including details on the practical implementation of federal funding and effective models for school-based mental health programs and services.
Targeted Violence

Preventing Mass Attacks in Our Communities

Department of Homeland Security
Date: June 5, August 7, and October 1, 2024
In this virtual training event, NTAC researchers discuss important findings from our research on mass attacks perpetrated in public and semi-public spaces, including businesses, restaurants, bars, retail outlets, houses of worship, schools, open spaces, and more. This training will provide guidance on how communities may develop or improve existing violence prevention programs utilizing a behavioral threat assessment model.
Targeted Violence

FY24 Strategies to Support Children Exposed to Violence Solicitation Webinar

Department of Justice
Date:
This webinar provides a general overview of the Strategies to Support Children Exposed to Violence program, discusses the application process, and offers a Q&A opportunity for participants. This program provides funding to communities to develop coordinated and comprehensive community-based approaches to help children and their families who are exposed to violence build resilience, restore their safety, heal their social and emotional wounds, and prevent future violence and delinquency.
Threat Assessment and Reporting

Enhancing School Safety Using Behavioral Threat Assessment

Department of Homeland Security
Date: July 11, September 12, and November 20, 2024
In this virtual training event, NTAC researchers highlight the key findings and implications from their research on school violence prevention. In this training, you will learn about the background, thinking, and behavior of school attackers and how some schools discovered and stopped plots before violence occurred. This training will provide guidance on how schools may develop or improve existing violence prevention programs utilizing a behavioral threat assessment model.
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