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Threat Assessment and Risk Management: Understanding and Preventing Targeted School Violence

 
Targeted school violence involves the deliberate selection of a school as the location of a violent attack. School personnel, students, family and community members can fail to recognize or report pre-incident indicators to violence and behaviors of concern because they haven’t been trained to do so. This on-demand webinar will provide an overview of the threat assessment process and review specific key areas and behaviors of concern that should be explored when investigating threats and verifying information. You will learn strategies for preventing targeted school violence and creating a culture of safety. You will gain an understanding of motives and pre-incident indicators. You will also learn how to respond when someone poses a risk of violence to an identifiable target in a school setting.

Learning Objectives:
•You will be able to describe the path to violence and understand four common motives in targeted school violence.
•You will be able to identify behaviors of concern and pre-incident indicators to violence.
•You will be able to recognize thresholds for referring to law enforcement.
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Faculty

Peggy Mitchell Norwood, Ph.D.

Peggy Mitchell Norwood, Ph.D.

Living Well Press, LLC

  • Mental health consultant and principal with Living Well Press, LLC, a mental health and wellness consulting and publishing company that serves K-12, colleges and universities, community and government organizations, and faith-based institutions
  • Worked as director of Faculty Professional Development at Community College of Aurora in Aurora, Colorado and coordinated the development and implementation of a college-wide campus safety, active shooter response, and violence prevention training program for faculty, and currently serves as a member of Community College of Aurora’s CARE Team (Interdisciplinary Threat Assessment Team)
  • Worked in a variety of other inpatient and outpatient mental health settings, and developed and facilitated numerous workshops and trainings, and published material on recognizing and referring mental health issues, violence prevention and workforce development
  • Served as a member of the Colorado State Board of Directors for the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and secretary for both the Virginia and Denver-Rocky Mountain chapters of the Association of Black Psychologists
  • Appear as a panelist on Denver's 9News Ask the Experts segment, serve as a contributing writer for Five Points News and Body of Christ News, and writer of Do Something Different … For a Change: An Insider’s Guide to What Your Therapist Knows (But May Not Tell You)
  • Psychology professor for 19 years at colleges and universities in Virginia and Colorado
  • Member of Denver’s CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) and certified in mental health first aid
  • Ph.D. degree in clinical psychology, University of Virginia’s Curry Programs in Clinical and School Psychology
  • Can be contacted at [email protected] or 303-745-4944
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