Thank you to Terrence Sooley for believing in relationships and technology for community safety.
Presentation on Relationships and Technology – Using Social Media For Student Success And Safety by Scott Mills October 6, 2011 at Strategy Institute 8th Annual Summit On Emergency And Disaster Planning For Colleges, Universities and K-12 Schools
Introduction by David Black @DB7 of University of Toronto:
Collaborators on this topic are: Dave Bradley, School Safety Monitor Earl Haig Secondary School, Toronto, Canada and Eric Jacksch of Ottawa, Ontario
See video from 2009 Summit here:
What do the lawyers say about this?
Watch video of Strategy Institute Speaker Eric Roher LLB here:
Presentation Slides of Scott Mills “Internet Violence Prevention”
Policy 2007 Ontario School Resource Officer Training Manual “Using Internet As Crime Prevention Tool”
What is the Strategy Institute 8th Annual Summit On Emergency And Disaster Planning For Colleges, Universities and K-12 Schools ??
You owe it to yourself – and your students – to be well versed in all aspects of security and emergency response protocols and procedures.
Canada’s ONLY emergency management conference for ALL schools will provide you with the resources to meet your preparedness challenges.
Your vigilance and judgment are your most important tools.
Refine and improve both by engaging with leading experts and discussing the LATEST high-level, practical case studies from around North America.
Your first step in school security? This conference!
Emergency & Disaster Planning Summit Early Bird Special
Source solutions from over 14 leaders, including:
Information and Privacy Commissioner, ON
Mother Teresa Catholic Secondary School, London, ON
University of California, Davis
Toronto Police Services
Red Deer College
St. Francis Xavier University
University of California, Los Angeles
Medicine Hat College
Texas Tech University
Canadian Centre for Threat Assessment
North Dakota State University
University of Toronto
Emulate their success, learn from their experience.
Don’t miss this important opportunity. Register now for Canada’s ONLY Emergency Planning event for schools. This event is sure to sell out!
Essential post-conference workshop offering hands-on training:
Using the Internet as an effective tool to monitor and prevent school violence.
Take away 14 practical solutions and strategies, including:
Balancing security with privacy: Hear directly from the Commissioner
Mass notification: A case study for small colleges and private schools
Emergency response training: How to train high school students
Lockdown protocols: How to comply with new/revised police protocols
Bill 168: Up to date analysis and guidance
Cost-effective budget planning: How to work within your budgets
Planning for unlikely emergencies: What you should be anticipating
Mental health awareness: Responding to the challenges/options
Cyberbullying updates: Practical solutions for schools of all levels
Risk assessments: Roadmap and unique insight into managing risks
Achieving buy in: How to engage your administration
Sexual assault response systems: Working with survivors
Building security: Increase security and safety through better design
Lockdowns: An EXPERIENCED Principal discusses how his school responded
Take away 8 ADDITIONAL benefits from this exclusive event:
EXCLUSIVE Q&A with Ontario’s Information and Privacy Commissioner
Extended networking opportunities
Meet 16 of North America’s leading emergency management professionals
Extensive Q &As
Special brainstorming session
Complete binder of materials
This is your most valuable networking opportunity, with unparalleled access to the experts – and your industry peers – that are driving the future of emergency management.
If you are involved in any aspect of school safety, you can’t afford to miss this unique forum. Take advantage of this exciting opportunity to network and explore new ideas and successful initiatives presented by experts with hands-on experience. You will take away the latest strategies to tackle YOUR challenges with real life case studies!