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Wednesday, June 24, 2020 at 7:00 AM - Friday, June 26, 2020 at 10:00 AM (MDT)


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Ticket Type Remaining Sales End Price Fee
Law Enforcement POST Credit (LEO/Public Safety Only)
For Law Enforcement General Admission to the conference. This ticket also includes one admission to the awards banquet dinner on June 25th at 6:00pm. Additional banquet dinner tickets are available.
99 Tickets Jun 17, 2020 $250.00 $16.85
Educator PTSB Credit (Education Professional Only)
For Education Professional General Admission to the conference. This ticket also includes one admission to the awards banquet dinner on June 25th at 6:00pm. Additional banquet dinner tickets are available.
100 Tickets Jun 17, 2020 $250.00 $16.85
Additional Banquet Dinner   more info 50 Tickets Jun 17, 2020 $30.00 $3.46


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At this time the training conference is exclusively for Law Enforcement/Public Safety and Education Professionals.  This conference is not open to the general public.     



Sue Klebold

Sue Klebold  Author of the New York Times bestseller A Mother’s Reckoning: Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy and advocate for mental health.

Sue Klebold is the mother of Dylan Klebold, one of the two gunmen responsible for the Columbine High School shootings of April 20, 1999 in Littleton, Colorado. Dylan and his friend killed twelve students and a teacher, and wounded more than twenty others before taking their own lives.

In the aftermath of the tragedy, Ms. Klebold remained out of the public eye while struggling with devastating grief and humiliation.  Her search for understanding would span over fifteen years during which she volunteered for suicide prevention organizations, questioned experts, talked with fellow survivors of loss, and examined the crucial intersection between mental health problems and violence.  As a result of her exploration, Sue emerged a passionate advocate, dedicated to the advancement of mental health awareness and intervention.

From her memoir, A Mother’s Reckoning: Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy (Crown, 2016), Sue is donating all author profits to organizations that promote mental wellness, brain research and suicide prevention. She is a member of the National Loss and Healing Council of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), and is a member of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Consumer-Survivor Subcommittee.  She has participated in presentations, co-chaired conferences at the state and national levels, and written about the experience of surviving a loved one’s murder-suicide. Sue has a Master of Arts degree in Education from Cardinal Stritch College. She was an instructor and administrator in the Colorado Community College System for over twenty years.

Sue is represented exclusively by the BrightSight Group


Christopher Christman is a 25-year veteran of the Seattle Police Department.  Officer Christman is currently assigned to SPD’s Education & Training Section as their lead CIT/De-Escalation Instructor.

Officer Chrisman will discuss police contacts involving persons living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) can be challenging and present an array of additional concerns that need to be accounted for.  This class will explore and discuss identification of characteristics associated with ASD. Additionally, we will discuss police responses involving persons on the spectrum, and how they differ from non-ASD contacts. I will also offer communication tools and techniques.  A portion of this class will utilize post-incident analysis on selected police contacts when encountering persons living with ASD.

Special Agent Jonathan Grusing entered the FBI in 1996 and has worked violent criminal cases for the Denver Division since 1998.  He is a field coordinator for the Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) and assists local departments in investigating mass attacks, homicides and sex assaults.  Agent Grusing has worked a handful of cases involving serial killers that have been featured on Dateline, 48 Hours and other networks because of their unique nature.




Lynn Riemer, president of ACT on Drugs, Inc., has an outstanding reputation as a speaker, trainer, and advocate on the issues related to drug abuseAs an experienced chemist and prior participant in the North Metro Drug Task Force in Colorado, her life experiences bring a real, personal, and vivid face to the issues presented by illicit drug use, especially the Meth Epidemic. Over the past 13 years, Lynn has spoken regularly with students, communities, companies, and governmental agencies about drug awareness, recognition, and prevention.  While her talks relate to all drugs, Lynn specifically targets Methamphetamine because of its devastating effects and its frequent use.

Lynn has co-chaired the drug endangered children program, as well as worked to create new laws protecting children who are living in homes where meth is manufactured.  She is a co-author of the book “The Methamphetamine Crisis: Strategies to Save Addicts, Families, and Communities,” and received the Community Champion for Children Award from Adams & Broomfield CASA in 2010.  While working with the drug task force, she developed intensive programs used to train emergency and community services in the handling of hazardous waste and the management of clandestine labs. Additionally, she has been part of governmental committees to create regulations for meth clean up in the state of Colorado. 


Antoinette L. Laskey, MD, MPH, MBA, FAAP

Dr. Laskey completed her medical degree at the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine followed by her pediatric residency at the University of Missouri-Columbia Hospitals and Clinics. She completed a research and clinical fellowship and a master’s degree in public health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She spent 9 years at Indiana University and Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis where she was the co-director of the Family Violence Institute.  She joined the University of Utah as the division chief of the Center for Safe and Healthy Families at Primary Children’s Hospital in 2012 and is a Professor of Pediatrics.  She is the fellowship director of the Child Abuse Pediatrics fellowship at the University of Utah and the Medical Director of the Children’s Justice Centers of Utah.  She has since completed her MBA at the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah.  

Dr. Laskey’s clinical interests relate to the evaluation and management of the potentially abused child. Her research interests include cognitive errors in decision making related to child maltreatment, child fatalities and prevention programs related to unsafe sleep practices and child abuse.  Dr. Laskey enjoys teaching multi-disciplinary audiences and presents on topics related to child maltreatment, cognitive errors, and the basics of business for healthcare professionals.


Have questions about 2020 WYOMING SCHOOL SAFETY CONFERENCE ? Contact WYSROA / WDOA

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Holiday Inn Rock Springs
1675 Sunset Dr.
Rock Springs, WY 82901

Wednesday, June 24, 2020 at 7:00 AM - Friday, June 26, 2020 at 10:00 AM (MDT)

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The Wyoming School Resource Officers Association (WYSROA) is a Statewide Organization created for the purpose of outreach and professional development of Wyoming Peace Officers and the school staff who work towards enhancing school safety within our communities.


Wyoming DARE envisions a world students everywhere are empowered to respect others & choose to live free of violence, substance abuse, & other risky behavior.

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