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Upcoming Events and Training

School Safety Round Table

The round table is an informal setting, facilitated by Region 10, with an agenda of items contributed by all participants.  This is a time for SROs and administrators to discuss their situations and needs, including how Region 10 can help meet the training needs in the area of school safety.

The target audience for these round table meetings is primarily school law enforcement and administration.

  • May 6, 2019


Standard Response Protocol and Standard Reunification Method

This training is conducted using material designed and written by the I Love You Guys Foundation along with the Texas School Safety Center.  Standardization of response to multiple hazards, including active shooter response, in important to the survival of students and staff on school campuses.  Participants will learn about recommended practices including lockout, lockdown, evacuate, shelter, hold, and reunify.

The target audience is members of the school safety team, including but not limited to administrators, teachers, SROs, nurses, counselors, local law enforcement assisting with school safety, and transportation directors.

Cost: $30.00 per person (including Participant Guide)

  • April 16, 2019


Youth Mental Health First Aide

Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour course that teaches how to help someone who may be experiencing a mental health or substance use challenge. The training provides participants tools on how to identify, understand and respond to signs of addictions and mental illnesses. 

The target audience includes school resource officers, teachers, nurses, and counselors


Introduction to the Department of Homeland Security K-12 Security Guide

Learn about a tool that will help you evaluate the level of safety you are provide in your district or school that help guide you toward your next steps for increasing security.

The target audience includes safety directors/managers, administrators, and school resource officers.


Emergency Operation Plan Development Workshop

Participants in this workshop will review the planning process, discuss the development of the planning team and identifying specific roles, discuss threat and hazard analysis, as well as actually writing some sections of the EOP.

The target audience includes safety directors/managers, administrators, school resource officers, and members of a school’s safety committee.


Threat Assessment Training

Participants will learn the steps in developing a threat assessment team including staff members who make up an effective team.  This workshop is designed to give the coordinator of the threat assessment team the tools to return to campus and start setting up a team or work with the current team more effectively.

The target audience includes school administrators, school resource officers, school safety director.  No more than two participants per campus.

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