Illinois School Response Conference 2012 (SRC2012 Illinois)

Venue: NIU, Chicago-Naperville

Location: Illinois, United States

Event Date/Time: Sep 26, 2012 End Date/Time: Sep 27, 2012
Registration Date: Sep 25, 2012
Early Registration Date: Jun 30, 2012
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SRC 2012 mission is to update & support the urgent endeavors of whole education sectors & academe on developing effective action plans that are unique to their own communities and engage the widest range of local stakeholders to make our high schools and college campuses safe and secure & to contribute to the advancement of the local community thru the aspect of Prevention, Protection, Response, and Recovery. Real-world simulations of community response to school shootings, related tragedies, and global outbreaks will also be featured in this conference. The tabletop exercises will encourage audience participation and explore effective methods of partnerships, coordination and collaboration at the local level and relate them to a national context.

Our school's resiliency plan on major happening in such as "School Safety Security & Emergency Planning" is the focus of the SRC2012.

Stamp out school violence in all its forms. Attend this conference and learn the critical elements for building effective a protection, prevention and response school safety and student security programs. Secure your slot and join other institutions like yours to respond to these threats on human, physical, and cyber assets for emergencies that range from natural disasters to acts of violence.

These addresses will be followed by presentations of experts on school violence covering key community perspectives: students, teachers, parents, local business, faith-based groups, the media, and other community resources and stakeholders.

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Conference Highlights Register Now to attend this School Resiliency Plan Conference and You Will: Join hundreds of your colleagues and friends in bringing the School Resiliency Plan against School Violence, the Core of Emergency Response in the school setting. Describe new techniques and methods to address challenges in responding to school health emergencies Honor the notable contributions of the county and local government leaders plus the Volunteers Get practical program ideas of the Best Practices from the 2011 Experience Be updated to the US Law on Campus Security and Other Initiatives relating to School Safety & Responding during Crisis Management What You’ll Learn Identify campus security and youth violence trends and issues Identify contributors to school and youth violence in the community Identify early warning signs and opportunities for improvement of campus safety and security Identify effective best practices from other campuses-colleges and universities Distinguish roles and responsibilities necessary for an effective campus safety and security program Assessing each campus security needs thru evaluation and collection of data Recognize key success factors for a campus safety and security program Bringing local perspectives into a national context on campuses. A website with Session audio and PowerPoint slides from all presenters and guests who approved the sharing of their materials, as well as final exhibitor information, will be created after the Summit. Take advantage of the invaluable learning opportunities presented at the Summit long after its conclusion! Website information will be emailed to all summit participants when it is available. Register Now! Hurry Limited Slots Conference Fee: Early Bird Promo until June 30, 2012 Students- $498 Academe/Government - $698 Private Companies - $798

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