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Train-the-Trainer: Targeted Violence - Community Awareness and Prevention

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UCSF Mission Bay - Rock Hall

UCSF Mission Bay - Rock Hall

1550 4th St

San Francisco, CA 94158

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Become a certified trainer in "Targeted Violence: Community Awareness, Behavioral Analysis, and Prevention Strategies"

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**Attendees must show proof of vaccination with a valid ID at Registration**

It is recommended that attendees complete "Targeted Violence: Community Awareness and Prevention Strategies" training before taking the Train the Trainer course.

This training is geared for Practitioners and Trainers in: Public Safety, School Safety, School Resource Officers, Community and Faith Based Organizations , Mental Health/Behavioral Health, Juvenile Probation, Foster Care, Emergency Managers, Workplace Violence Prevention , Risk and Security Operations, Threat Assessment and Management.

Attendees will be provided with an Instructor Guide, Student Workbook, Job Aids, and other materials and training necessary to provide "Targeted Violence: Community Awareness, Behavioral Analysis, and Prevention Strategies" training to their workplaces, communities, and customers.

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UCSF Mission Bay - Rock Hall

UCSF Mission Bay - Rock Hall

1550 4th St

San Francisco, CA 94158

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Organizer Bay Area Urban Areas Security Initiative (BA UASI)

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The Bay Area’s Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention (TVTP) Grant Program supports a public health approach to violence prevention. Projects funded by the TVTP Grant enhance local violence prevention frameworks and are effective, efficient, and sustainable. The Bay Area UASI is currently offering federally funded targeted violence awareness and terrorism prevention training for public and private school faculty, staff, and volunteers, community and faith based based organizations, behavioral and mental health professionals, parents, school resources officers, and juvenile probation officers.

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