Campus Safety Officer Course
Train to become a K-12 Campus Safety Officer
Learn the basic roles and responsibilities of a campus safety officer in the K-12 school setting. This course is uniquely created to address today’s safety concerns for students and faculty — connecting education and school safety with best practices.
Earn a Certificate of Completion that meets the standards of SB 1626 and the BSIS Powers of Arrest Training.
The instructor team for the course is comprised of law enforcement professionals, school public safety professionals, mediation and mental health professionals, and school administrators.
Course begins MARCH 1, 2014
5 consecutive Saturdays: March 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
7:30AM - 4:00PM
Park in Gothard Parking Lot
February 28, 2014
(Registration - $300 / Material Fee - $25)
Due on or before registration deadline
Who Should Enroll?
If you are an individual exploring a career in school safety, retired law enforcement seeking to continue serving in the community, a mental health professional, or school official/personnel desiring to expand your knowledge of safety practices, this course is for you!
Basic instruction will include:
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|Identification of early warning behaviors and indicators of escalating situations of concern will be covered, supported by learning activities equipping students with mediation and resolution tactics. Instruction is inclusive of methods to enhance critical thinking and decision-making skills required of safety personnel.|