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Events

Learn about past and upcoming events and opportunities for your school or district.

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Upcoming Events

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

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| Hosted by: Department of Education

This webinar will focus on how states and districts can promote mental health in their school communities.

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| Hosted by: Department of Education

This webinar will focus on the importance of trauma-informed pedagogy and student identity in supporting strong mental health in the school community.

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| Hosted by: Federal School Safety Clearinghouse
This webinar will provide an overview of what bullying is and how to identify it, key strategies and actions schools and school personnel can implement to prevent and address it, and the tools and resources available from the government to support schools in these efforts, including StopBullying.gov.

Past Events

Browse past events for ones you may have missed. You’ll also find supplemental event resources, including webinar recordings, scripts and more.

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| Hosted by: Mountain Plains Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network
This webinar will describe the forms of bullying (physical, verbal, relational, and cyber) and the factors that contribute to it while also identifying protective factors that can prevent bullying and buffer youths from its adverse impact.
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| Hosted by: Mountain Plains Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network
Session 3 in this free, three-part webinar series will help participants learn basic components of safety planning using an interdisciplinary approach, as well as best practices for postvention.
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| Hosted by: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
This webinar, intended only for law enforcement professionals, will explain Tor, darknets, and dark markets to individuals who conduct criminal investigations involving hate and identity-based bias crimes, explore case studies and discuss specific investigative techniques involving hate and identity-based crimes, and provide investigators, analysts, and other criminal justice professionals the foundation needed to understand these tools and communities—both how they are exploited by criminals and how investigators and analysts use them.