Sonoma County Office of Education


School Violence Preparedness and Response

Mom and child hug before she gets on the bus Is your school or district prepared to respond to a violent situation on campus?

The Sonoma County Sheriff's Office and the Sonoma County Office of Education, in partnership with local fire and other law enforcement agencies, are offering this important training in school violence preparedness and response.

All school staff, from teachers to administrators to maintenance and operations staff, are encouraged to attend. Board members, partnering nonprofits, and on-site daycare providers are also invited.

Attendees will learn:

  • Steps to take now to prepare staff and secure facilities
  • How to plan a response to an active shooter or other violent situation
  • How to work with law enforcement and rescuers in the event of a crisis
  • How to save lives and minimize injuries during a crisis. This includes a presentation by St. Joseph Memorial Hospital on Stop the Bleed, which provides bystanders with knowledge and skills to provide critical initial response to stop life-threatening bleeding in emergency situations.

Attendees will also hear from a panel of public safety officers who survived the fall 2017 mass shooting in Las Vegas. This panel will provide lessons learned from their first-hand experience.

Coffee and light snacks will be provided.

When 8/3/2018
8:00am - 12:00pm
Location SCOE
Presenter Sonoma County Sheriff's Office
Cost Free
Audience All school staff, including but not limited to teachers, administrators, office staff, custodians, facilities and maintenance staff, school resource officers, and board members. Other school service providers, such as onsite daycare providers, after-school programs, and partnering nonprofits are also encouraged to attend.
Registration closes 07/23/2018
Registration 0
Questions Shari Rochester, 524-2682

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