An Invitation to Join Us!
School Safety & Security Personnel Annual Conference
~Registration Deadline Extended to January 21st~
A Day of Learning and Networking
Audience members may include: School Safety Coordinator & Safety Team Members, School Resource Officer, Directors of Facilities, Sentry, Hall Monitor, Security Guard, School Administrators
School Safety & Security Personnel Conference
Thursday, Jan. 27th, 8:15am-3:30pm
200 West Ridge Road
~ KEYNOTE ~
Dave Budz, FBI Mass Gatherings Security Detail
Keeping with the overall mission of protecting our schools, a briefing of the Parkland School Shooting is provided to any district that would like this. The brief is an after-action forum to discuss the difficult yet valuable lessons learned from this school attack. The briefing utilizes a healthy discussion format similar to a traditional law enforcement tabletop exercise (TTX) and includes reviews of real-life situations. Participants gain critical knowledge regarding best practices and receive insightful answers to address concerns in their respective school district.
The briefing format can include any venue, within the school district, to include individual/multiple school districts, administrators, staff, board members, local first responders, SROs, and related community partners. Discussion during these briefings centers on three critical areas:
- How are the district and law enforcement identifying and processing internal threats among the student population?
- How is the district hardening its physical layout against outside threats attempting to gain entry into the school?
- If the killer gains entry, is the school properly trained to limit casualties?
~ BREAKOUT SESSIONS ~
Racial Diversity & Compliance Communications
I. What We Do and Why We Do It
II. Diversity Challenges in Policing (Racism and Policing) III. The Historical Perspective of Racism and Policing
IV. Introduction to Compliance Communications (Basic Compliance, Escalating Threat Scenarios, and Multiple Participants/Crowd Situations)
V. The new “TAP-IN” System of Ethical Intervention (See Something, Say Something, and DO SOMETHING)
- Lee Struble is President of WSM Trainers and Consultants (est. 1996). He recently retired after a 30-year career in higher education public safety (Nazareth College, Monroe Community College, and the Rochester Institute of Technology). He is also a senior trainer for the National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC) and provides security assessment and consulting services to colleges and universities throughout the United States. Lee resides in Rochester, NY.
- Clifton H. Manns, Sr is a senior instructor for WSM Trainers and Consultants as well as L.A.M.A.D., Inc Mr. Manns is a retired Sergeant with the Rochester Police Department after serving 30 years, a Verbal Judo Instructor, D.A.R.E. Instructor and a 20-year member of the Executive Board of the Rochester Police Locust Club (Union). Mr. Manns taught Bible Class and teaches New Members Class at the Aenon Baptist Church in his home town of Rochester, NY.
A Proactive Approach to School Preparedness and Emergency Management
Trooper Jason Klewicki
New York State Police
Troop E School & Community Outreach Coordinator
A Multidisciplinary Approach to Targeted Violence Prevention
How to prevent acts of Targeted School Violence via threat assessment and case management through the regional Rochester Threat Advisory Committee.
- Gregory S. Wildman is the Headquarter Administrative Sergeant and Rochester Threat Advisory Committee Coordinator for the Monroe County Sheriff's Office (MCSO). Greg has been with the MCSO for 15 years, 6 year as a Sergeant and 6 years as an investigator. Prior to coming to MCSO Greg worked for 4 years at the Rochester Police Department.
- Joe Testani is a Director at the Community of Institutes at Roberts Wesleyan College and is the Program Manager of the Rochester Threat Advisory Committee. Prior to coming to Roberts, Joe spent 32 years working for the FBI.
(TBD) Restorative Practices in an Educational Setting
Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Coordinator and Staff Developer
Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES
(TBD) The Science of Stress & How to Navigate it
Staff Development Trainer for Social Emotional Learning
Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES
Registrations Due by January 21, 2022
Here are some helpful links and contact information to support a smooth registration process via Frontline/MLP.
- How to Enroll in a Workshop
- Submitting an Approval Request Form
- How to Print a Certificate of Completion (after the Conference is finished)
For direct support, please contact Jacqui O'Hora ~ Professional Development Registrar for Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES