Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI):
Nonviolent Crisis Intervention®
"Safe Schools Week reminds us all to reflect on the plans and policies in place and update them as needed so that our campuses are prepared and safe in every potential situation," said Commissioner of Education Mike Morath. "We must provide every student in Texas an effective and safe learning environment."
Standard Response Protocol/Reunification Method Law Enforcement workshop announcement:
I am excited to share information regarding the Standard
Response Protocol/Reunification Method workshop offered by the I Love You
Guys Foundation, for school law enforcement officers. The workshop
is scheduled for May 3, 2018, 8am – 5pm, at Wagner High School located in San
Antonio. There is no cost to attend.
There is also an informational meeting scheduled for May 2,
2018, 1:00pm – 4:00pm, also at Wagner High School. The informational meeting is
targeted toward Superintendents (or their designee), School District Police
Chiefs, Campus Administrators, City Council members, etc.
Registration to attend the workshop on May 3rd is
available through ESC-20, Connect 20:
Please see the attached flyer for additional details.
Questions regarding the workshop or informational meeting can be addressed to
Judson ISD Police Chief, Teresa Ramon, email: email@example.com; or office phone:
210-659-9789. Questions regarding registration can be addressed to ESC
20, School Safety Specialist, Larry Rodriguez, email: Larry Rodriguez
Some of the subject matter expert areas include:
Working with Children with Disabilities
Mental Health Crisis Intervention
State Mandated TCOLE 4063
Texas Education Code Sec. 37.0812 requires all school police officers serving in school districts with an enrollment of 30,000 or more students to complete at least 16 hours of youth-focused training. These new training requirements are part of, not in addition to, the total number of training hours that are already required for all law enforcement officers to complete in order to maintain their licenses. Topics covered in the course include:
The Adolescent Brain
The Mental and Behavioral Health Needs of Children with Disabilities or Special Needs
De-Escalation Techniques and Techniques for Limiting the Use of Force
After completion of this course, attendees will have the knowledge and materials needed to conduct the mandatory TCOLE Course 4064, a 20-hour training.
TCOLE 41500 TxSSC Introductory SBLE Train-the-Trainer Course:
This course was developed as a train-the-trainer model to instruct subject matter expert attendees on how to train school-based law enforcement officers in the areas that are fundamental to working in schools.
For more information on the courses, dates and locations, and to access the application please access the link below.
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