LAWWORKS 2012 Lawyer & Cop Talk Social Media For Success & Safety For Schools

Lawyers Melanie Warner & Eric Roher of Ladner Borden Gervais in Toronto are leading paradigm shift to save lives using social media for community success and safety Lawyer Melanie Warner, Partner Borden Ladner Gervais & Constable Scott Mills Toronto Police Service spoke November 2, 2012 at LAWWORKS 2012 at OISE University of Toronto Ontario Institute For Studies In Education on topic of Social Media For Success And Safety In Schools Feel free to share the presentation slides prepared by lawyer Melanie Warner, Partner Ladner, Borden & Gervais in Toronto and Constable Scott Mills, Toronto Police Service Corporate Communications Social Media Officer & Social Media Adviser Crime Stoppers International that were presented at the LAWWORKS 2012 Conference November 2, 2012 on the topic of "Social Media For Success And Safety In Schools". Watch the presentation live on #HangOutsOnAir and the archived version of the presentation here: Social Media For Success And Safety Advocates Lawyer Eric Roher @ERoher and Constable Scott Mills @GraffitiBMXCop November 2, 2012 at LAWWORKS 2012 at University of Toronto OISE

Education Summit: Gangs, Prisons, Social Media And Crime Stoppers

Toronto Police Service 13 Division officers hosted their 2nd annual Education Summit at the Oakwood Library for educators, community members, fellow police officers, and anyone interested in the success and safety of our community, in particular our youth. The event was organized by Sergeant Jimmy Browne, Staff Sergeant Michael Matic and an entire team of dedicated police officers working collaboratively with community partners. The day started with opening remarks from Staff Inspector Mary Lee Metcalfe, and featured a special greeting from Member of Provincial Parliament Mike Colle. The topics discussed were as follows: 1. Detective Lynda Hilborn 13 Division Family Violence Unit "How Youth Bureau Officers And School Administrators Can Work In Partnership In Relation To School Investigations" 2. Constable Martin Douglas Toronto Crime Stoppers Community Youth Officer "The Role Of Crime Stoppers Within School Administrations" 3. Constable Scott Mills Toronto Police Service Corporate Communications "Relationships, Technology and Social Media For Success And Safety" 4. Joel Gardner Toronto East Detention Centre "What It Is Like To Spend A Day Incarcerated" 5. John Ilika Field Intelligence Officer Ontario Corrections "Project G.R.A.N.T. Gang Reduction After Neighbourhood Traning" The day finished with closing remarks from Staff Sergeant Michael Matic. [...]

TorontoPolice.on.ca | SchoolActionTeams.com *School Emergencies* | *Social Media* | *Lockdowns* | *Hold And Secure*

Do you know what the Toronto Emergency Safe Schools Strategy (TESSS) is? If your child's school is placed in a "Hold And Secure" or a "Lockdown" in Toronto, Ontario Canada, do you know what that means? Do you know where to check to get up-to-date information about about a school lockdown or Hold and Secure? Is your school registered yet? You can do so by e-mailing tess@torontopolice.on.ca. Chances are your children are safe and the police and school staff are working in a coordinated effort. To learn more, read on and check out the enclosed two presentations by Toronto police officers, who have been dealing with these school safety issues for many years. All your questions pertaining to an emerging school emergency are now posted in the social streams on the official Toronto Police Service website, http://TorontoPolice.on.ca. You can also learn many up-to-date pieces of information about connecting with the police and school-safety specialists at a school near you in Toronto at this link: http://SchoolActionTeams.com On August 11, 2011, Staff Sergeant Sharon Davis of the Toronto Police Service Community Mobilization Unit, a specialist in school-police protocol issues co-presented a workshop on school safety with Constable Scott [...]