Active Shooter Incident Preparation and Response Training - Central Ohio

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Active Shooter Incident Preparation and Response Training - Central Ohio

This is a free in-person training.

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Capital University, Conservatory of Music One College and Main Columbus, OH 43209

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  • 7 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

In response to school personnel, first responders, and safety professional requests for more training related to school incident preparation and response, and direction regarding mental health supports for students. The Ohio School Safety Center has gathered a group of experts from different backgrounds and in partnership with Capital University is offering a free, one-day training opportunity to school safety stakeholder practitioners in the Central Ohio region.

Presenters will share real world scenarios and responses allowing schools to better understand their role. Behavioral/mental health support is not a one size fits all solution, nor is it a one and done issue. Learn about best practices and implementations you can utilize and adapt for your school’s needs.

This free training opportunity is a collaboration between the United States Department of Homeland Security, the Principal’s Recovery Network, Behavioral and Mental Health Experts, Capital University, and the Ohio School Safety Center.

Agenda

8:00am-8:30am Ohio School Safety Center Welcome & Overview

Ohio School Safety Center Safety & Crisis Team

8:30am-10:00am Community Awareness Briefing & Questions Current threat landscape nationally and within Ohio, including schools

Jordan Garza, United States Department of Homeland Security

10:15am-11:15am Uvalde Texas School Shooting Incident Review Synopsis based off the official Uvalde preliminary report

Ohio School Safety Center Intelligence Analysts

12:15pm-1:30pm The NASSP Principal Recovery Network Guide to Recovery & Questions Incident review, PRN Guide highlights, and questions

Andy Fetchik, (former) Chardon (OH) High School Principal; Andy McGill, Middle School Principal, West Liberty-Salem (OH)

1:30-3:00pm Mental Health Panel: Learn about best practices and implementations you can take utilize and adapt for your school’s specific needs.

Dr. John Ackerman, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Dr. William DeMeo, Specialty Psychology, Bradley Paramore, School Psychologist/NASP