Training Opportunities

The Office of School Safety is dedicated to providing training that helps schools deter, prevent, mitigate, and respond to school violence. Our training initiatives are shown below.

 

 

Speak up Speak Out Training and Promotional Package 

 

The SUSO training video is available to assist the learner to instruct the SUSO age-appropriate training curriculum for elementary, middle, and high school students. 

 

The SUSO promotional toolkit was developed and available to include items such as:

  • SUSO Brochures, Flyers, Push card, and Posters
  • Parent Letter
  • SUSO training best practices
  • SUSO Reimbursement FAQ
  • PowerPoint Presentations for Elementary, Middle, and High School students as well as presenter notes

If you are interested in learning more about the SUSO Training and Promotional Package, please email schoolsafety@doj.state.wi.us

 

Comprehensive School Safety: Standard Response Protocol (SRP) and Standard Reunification Method (SRM) 

 

In this course, the Office of School Safety (OSS) will present a model of comprehensive school safety and introduce SRP and SRM.  These procedures are practical, action based, responses given to any situation within a school community.  The six specific actions performed after an incident include Hold, Secure, Lockdown, Evacuate, Shelter, and Reunify.  The SRM is utilized to reunite students with parents and guardians after an emergency or crisis.  This training is free.

 

Training Date Location Registration Link
SRP/SRM

Monday, October 3rd

8:30am - 3:30pm

West Bend Police Department

350 Vine Street

West Bend, WI 53095

Register Here

 

 

Behavioral Threat Assessment and Management Training 

 

The Office of School Safety offers training in Behavioral Threat Assessment and Management.  This course is designed to provide school administrators, school mental health professionals, security personnel and law enforcement with an understanding of why threat assessment is an important part of violence prevention in schools. Topics include the following: how threat assessment fits in the framework of comprehensive school safety, overview of research and findings related to threat assessment, investigative themes and core concepts of threat assessment, key aspects for creating school-based threat assessment teams and process, how to determine the appropriate response to concerning behavior, and potential strategies for threat management. Training will involve lecture, discussion, and tabletop scenarios. This training is free of cost.

 

Training Date Location Registration Link
Behavioral Threat Assessment Team Course

Monday, October 24th

8:30am - 4pm

Greenwood High School
306 West Central Ave. Greenwood, WI 54437

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Behavioral Threat Assessment Team Course

Friday, November 11th 

8am - 4pm

CESA 10 Conference Center
725 W. Park Avenue Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
Register Here