Gangs & Guns Training Symposium | Feb 10 & 11, 2022

SAVE THE DATE!

Our 2022 event will be a 2-day Training Symposium on February 10th and 11th, 2022 at the Sheraton Wall Centre in Vancouver, BC, or available live-streamed to your location!

In-person tickets for the 2022 Gangs & Guns Training Symposium in Vancouver, BC are now available for purchase at the early bird rate of $499 USD.
We are also pleased to offer a live-stream option for those who wish to attend virtually for $199 USD.
A 10% discount will be applied to all orders with 10 or more attendees.

Please check back soon for updates!

Cancellation Policy

All cancellations must be submitted by email at least 30 days prior to the conference start date and will be subject to a $50.00 administration fee. No refunds will be given for cancellations made within 30 days of the conference start date; however, you are invited to send a replacement provided you notify Safer Schools Together of the name substitution. Refunds will not be provided for registrants who fail to attend the conference or a portion of the conference.

It is the sole responsibility of the delegate to cancel any travel or accommodation reservations.

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Advanced Digital Threat Assessment Training | Oct 27, 2021

Wednesday, October 27, 2021
Login: 7:30 am Pacific Time (Vancouver, BC)
Session: 8:00 am–2:30 pm Pacific Time (Vancouver, BC)
Ticket pricing: $299 USD  

(An email will be sent closer to the event date giving details of the Zoom Link to join this session.  Please look out for this and check your spam/ junk folder in case it goes in there by mistake)

Non-negotiable pre-requisite: SST Basic Digital Threat Assessment training (completed within the past 2 years)

Safer Schools Together developed Digital Threat Assessment Training to keep pace with the evolving technology challenges that affect school and public safety today and to help communities recognize and identify individuals on the pathway to violence, homicide, suicide, and radicalization. The vast majority of recent school attacks have had precursors leaked online in the form of social media posts. Knowing where, how, and when to look for this critical information is one of the current challenges that this country faces, and we will thoroughly address this as part of our training.

Advanced DTA Learning Outcomes Include:

  • Privacy
  • Utilizing the power of search engines and all investigative tools
  • Digging deeper for information online
  • Youth Investigations
  • The vast smartphone world
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • The Online Underground: Evil exists

(For full learning outcomes, please visit https://saferschoolstogether.com/services/digital-threat-assessment-training/digital-threat-assessment-advanced/)

An accurate level of risk through the threat assessment process cannot be determined without considering the digital behavioural baseline of the threat maker(s). It is imperative to understand the tools and methods available to your threat assessment teams provided in this valuable training.

Cancellation Policy

Safer Schools Together (SST) reserves the right to cancel or reschedule training. If SST cancels or reschedules training due to weather or unforeseen circumstances beyond the control of SST, you are entitled to a full refund, but SST is not responsible for travel arrangements, travel fees, or any expenses incurred by you as a result of such cancellation. If SST cancels a training in which you are enrolled, you will be contacted at the email address you provided when registering, so please be sure to provide a valid email address.

Any cancellation or transfer made by a participant needs to be in writing. If the registration fee has already been paid, a credit will be applied for a future training course unless a refund is specifically requested by the agency at the time of cancellation. A $50.00 administrative fee will be applied for any refund processed, and a $25.00 transfer fee will be charged for any transfers between classes or attendees.  Any request for a refund must be done 10 days prior to the training date.

If you are interested in learning more about Safer School Together’s customized remote training sessions for your school/district, please contact us at info@saferschoolstogether.com.

 

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Basic Digital Threat Assessment Training | Sep 22, 2021

Wednesday, September 22, 2021
Login: 7:30 am Pacific Time (Vancouver, BC)
Session: 8:00 am – 2:30 pm Pacific Time (Vancouver, BC)
Ticket pricing: $199 USD  

(An email will be sent closer to the event date giving details of the Zoom Link to join this session.  Please look out for this and check your spam/ junk folder in case it goes in there by mistake)

Safer Schools Together developed Digital Threat Assessment Training to keep pace with the evolving technology challenges that affect school and public safety today and to help communities recognize and identify individuals on the pathway to violence, homicide, suicide, and radicalization. The vast majority of recent school attacks have had precursors leaked online in the form of social media posts. Knowing where, how, and when to look for this critical information is one of the current challenges that this country faces, and we will thoroughly address this as part of our training.

In this training, we will thoroughly cover the following:

  • online verification and authentication of images
  • assessing anonymous online threats
  • sexting/sextortion
  • swatting and doxing
  • geolocational utilities and dangers
  • image verification of firearms and suicidal imagery and/or radicalized images
  • searching Instagram by school location
  • privacy and security when digitally connecting with students
  • understanding how to complete basic data collection from social media platforms
  • capturing and documenting social media evidence
  • identify strategies on how to respond to cyberbullying and online hate
  • how to identify and respond to worrisome shifts in frequency and intensity in students’ posts
  • current privacy and security issues in the remote learning world.

An accurate level of risk through the threat assessment process cannot be determined without considering the digital behavioural baseline of the threat maker(s). It is imperative to understand the tools and methods available to your threat assessment teams provided in this valuable training.

If you are interested in learning more about Safer School Together’s customized remote training sessions for your school/district, please contact us at info@saferschoolstogether.com.

Cancellation Policy

Safer Schools Together (SST) reserves the right to cancel or reschedule training. If SST cancels or reschedules training due to weather or unforeseen circumstances beyond the control of SST, you are entitled to a full refund, but SST is not responsible for travel arrangements, travel fees, or any expenses incurred by you as a result of such cancellation. If SST cancels a training in which you are enrolled, you will be contacted at the email address you provided when registering, so please be sure to provide a valid email address.

Any cancellation or transfer made by a participant needs to be in writing. If the registration fee has already been paid, a credit will be applied for a future training course unless a refund is specifically requested by the agency at the time of cancellation. A $50.00 administrative fee will be applied for any refund processed, and a $25.00 transfer fee will be charged for any transfers between classes or attendees.  Any request for a refund must be done 10 days prior to the training date.

 

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Restorative Response to Racism & Current Digital Trends | Aug 31, 2021

Tuesday, August 31, 2021
Login: 8:30 am Pacific Time (Vancouver, BC)
Session: 9:00 am–11:00 am Pacific Time (Vancouver, BC)
Ticket pricing: $39 USD for single tickets

An email will be sent to attendees 2 business days prior to the event date with the Zoom information to join this session.  Please look out for this and check your spam/junk folder in case it is routed there.

This session provides expert insight from trainers who have worked in the field of restorative practice in communities affected by racism and hate. Our schools and school districts are not immune to racism or the difficulties of diffusing tensions that have escalated at provincial, national, and international levels. This training will give insight on how to reach out to students to help create feelings of being valued, respected, and wanted. Racism is not limited to day-to-day experiences in public and at school. This training will explore the digital trends and threats (hate, racism, and prejudice) online and on social media. To deal with issues such as racism and prejudice you will be introduced to the benefits of a reporting tool, walked through how to use one, and how to properly implement a reporting tool in your districts. Using the tools from this training we strive to provide a deeper understanding of how to create a positive experience for all students at school and online.

 This training will include:

  • Awareness of the cultural temperatures in our school
  • Learning what the three levels of racism are
  • The positives of discussing racism in our communities
  • The history of racism
  • What is privilege?
  • What is Restorative Practice?
  • Creating awareness of online trends related to racism
  • What a Circle Process is and how to implement it in your classroom
  • What is a reporting tool and why is it important?
  • Guided questions that are important to use when unpacking crisis within the school
  • What is Community vs Non-Community in relation to racism?

Presenters:

Nick Brown
Trainer/Consultant for Safer Schools Together

Upon completion of the Human Services Foundation program in 2003, Nick began his career at Lutherwood, a mental health treatment center and youth custody program. Throughout the next 16 years, he worked alongside a multi-disciplinary team, providing strength based, client centered treatment to vulnerable youth and their families. As time progressed, he moved into a Family Counsellor role, offering direct support to at-risk and high-risk families in the creation of goal setting and providing professional recommendations upon completion.

For 12 years, he worked for John Howard Society in the YARD Program – a community-based gang-exit program serving youth involved with/or at risk of joining a gang.  Through this program, behaviour change support was provided to youth through the development of pro-social, leadership and employability skills.

Nick is a trainer and consultant for Safer Schools Together and works for the District of Surrey where he is an active member of the WRAP team. His dedication and commitment for this work comes from his training and experience in attachment and restorative justice.

Steven MacDonald
Threat Analyst/Trainer for Safer Schools Together

After receiving a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Victoria, Steven specialized in language analytics and artificial intelligence for major media corporations in the Tech Industry. He now is a Trainer and Digital Threat Analyst for Safer Schools Together.

Steven’s experience and knowledge in both technology and the world of social media have enabled him to have a greater understanding and a more hands-on approach to working with school-aged children with the ability to assist in data collection and accurate threat assessments for school districts nationwide.

As a trainer, Steven is passionate about providing presentations and workshops to students, staff, and parents on social media awareness, the importance of creating a positive digital footprint, cyberbullying, and online safety.

Rob Rai
Trainer for Safer Schools Together/Director of School & Community Connections for the Surrey School District #36, BC, Canada

Rob currently holds the position of Director of School & Community Connections for the Surrey School District (British Columbia’s largest School District) and has been working in the field of school-based youth violence prevention for the last 11 years in both this and his previous position as Manager of Safe Schools for the Surrey School District. His work in this field has taken him throughout North America where he has collaborated with experts on the subject in both Canada and the USA. Recognized for his innovative approaches to working with students and at-risk youth Rob has been awarded numerous honours in Canada and in the USA, including the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal 2012.

 

 

 

 

 

 

This ticket is non-refundable.

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Basic Digital Threat Assessment Training | Aug 26, 2021

Thursday, August 26, 2021
Login: 7:30 am Pacific Time (Vancouver, BC)
Session: 8:00 am – 2:30 pm Pacific Time (Vancouver, BC)
Ticket pricing: $199 USD  

(An email will be sent closer to the event date giving details of the Zoom Link to join this session.  Please look out for this and check your spam/ junk folder in case it goes in there by mistake)

Safer Schools Together developed Digital Threat Assessment Training to keep pace with the evolving technology challenges that affect school and public safety today and to help communities recognize and identify individuals on the pathway to violence, homicide, suicide, and radicalization. The vast majority of recent school attacks have had precursors leaked online in the form of social media posts. Knowing where, how, and when to look for this critical information is one of the current challenges that this country faces, and we will thoroughly address this as part of our training.

In this training, we will thoroughly cover the following:

  • online verification and authentication of images
  • assessing anonymous online threats
  • sexting/sextortion
  • swatting and doxing
  • geolocational utilities and dangers
  • image verification of firearms and suicidal imagery and/or radicalized images
  • searching Instagram by school location
  • privacy and security when digitally connecting with students
  • understanding how to complete basic data collection from social media platforms
  • capturing and documenting social media evidence
  • identify strategies on how to respond to cyberbullying and online hate
  • how to identify and respond to worrisome shifts in frequency and intensity in students’ posts
  • current privacy and security issues in the remote learning world.

An accurate level of risk through the threat assessment process cannot be determined without considering the digital behavioural baseline of the threat maker(s). It is imperative to understand the tools and methods available to your threat assessment teams provided in this valuable training.

If you are interested in learning more about Safer School Together’s customized remote training sessions for your school/district, please contact us at info@saferschoolstogether.com.

Cancellation Policy

Safer Schools Together (SST) reserves the right to cancel or reschedule training. If SST cancels or reschedules training due to weather or unforeseen circumstances beyond the control of SST, you are entitled to a full refund, but SST is not responsible for travel arrangements, travel fees, or any expenses incurred by you as a result of such cancellation. If SST cancels a training in which you are enrolled, you will be contacted at the email address you provided when registering, so please be sure to provide a valid email address.

Any cancellation or transfer made by a participant needs to be in writing. If the registration fee has already been paid, a credit will be applied for a future training course unless a refund is specifically requested by the agency at the time of cancellation. A $50.00 administrative fee will be applied for any refund processed, and a $25.00 transfer fee will be charged for any transfers between classes or attendees.  Any request for a refund must be done 10 days prior to the training date.

 

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Trauma, Mental Health, and Our Front Line Responders: Why Our Approach has Been Wrong All Along and Why We Have to Change | Aug 25, 2021

In Collaboration with Odd Squad Productions and the Law Enforcement Training Association 

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Net proceeds go towards support for Odd Squad Productions and the Law Enforcement Training Association (LETA), charitable organizations comprised of current and retired police officers and volunteers. Odd Squad is recognized as an international leader in the field of drug and gang education for youth. LETA develops training programs, including Police Judo, for youth and police.

Wednesday, August 25, 2021
Login: 8:30 am Pacific Time (Vancouver, BC)
Session: 9:00 am–11:00 am Pacific Time (Vancouver, BC)
90-minute session, with a 30-minute Q&A to follow

Ticket pricing: $39 USD for single tickets.

(An email will be sent closer to the event date giving details of the Zoom Link to join this session.  Please lookout for this and check your spam/ junk folder in case it goes in there by mistake.)

Trauma, Mental Health, and Our Front Line Responders: Why Our Approach has Been Wrong All Along and Why We Have to Change

According to Bob Rich, former Chief of Police for the Abbotsford Police Department, “The average person encounters around 4 events in their lifetime that could cause them a traumatic injury.  During their career, a police officer will encounter around 100-400 events  that may cause trauma and lead to PTSD.”

Chief Rich is no stranger to the impact trauma can have on a police force. In 2015, Abbotsford PD lost two members to suicide. In 2017, his detachment lost Const. John Davidson when he was killed in the line of duty. It was at Davidson’s memorial that Chief Rich instructed his members to “take a knee” and urged them to take their mental health just as seriously as they take their physical health. “If you’re struggling, get help. Talk to a counsellor, ask your family for help, take sick days, do whatever it takes to get well.”

Chief Rich says that far too often, police officers ignore operational stress injuries. He says that the “suck it up attitude” in policing needs to end. In this session, Chief Rich will share why he has become an advocate for police mental health. Using data and research, Chief Rich will answer the question that many members often ask themselves in the aftermath of traumatic events, “Can we do this job and still be ok?”

Trauma, Mental Health & Our Front Line Responders

This session will include:

  • Stats on mental health for police officers and first responders
  • Is PTSD inevitable for police officers?
  • The stress wheel – What is pushing in on us?
  • “Organizational stress” – A euphemism for how we are hurting our own people
  • Prevention Strategies: Rather than try to fix the people who get seriously hurt, how about if we stop it from happening?
  • How we can minimize the potential for trauma for members who are going to hard calls
  • Brain Science: What happens with trauma and how does it become PTSD?
  • How we can interrupt the process of trauma leading to PTSD?
  • Building healthy organizations
  • Fostering true resiliency
  • The way forward

This ticket is non-refundable.

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Trauma, Mental Health, and Our Front Line Responders: Why Our Approach has Been Wrong All Along and Why We Have to Change | Aug 25, 2021 USD$ 39.00

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Basic Digital Threat Assessment Training | Jul 28, 2021

Wednesday, July 28, 2021
Login: 7:30 am Pacific Time (Vancouver, BC)
Session: 8:00 am – 2:30 pm Pacific Time (Vancouver, BC)
Ticket pricing: $199 USD  

(An email will be sent closer to the event date giving details of the Zoom Link to join this session.  Please look out for this and check your spam/ junk folder in case it goes in there by mistake)

Safer Schools Together developed Digital Threat Assessment Training to keep pace with the evolving technology challenges that affect school and public safety today and to help communities recognize and identify individuals on the pathway to violence, homicide, suicide, and radicalization. The vast majority of recent school attacks have had precursors leaked online in the form of social media posts. Knowing where, how, and when to look for this critical information is one of the current challenges that this country faces, and we will thoroughly address this as part of our training.

In this training, we will thoroughly cover the following:

  • Online verification and authentication of images
  • Assessing anonymous online threats
  • Sexting/sextortion
  • Swatting and doxing
  • Geolocational utilities and dangers
  • Image verification of firearms and suicidal imagery and/or radicalized images
  • Searching Instagram by school location
  • Privacy and security when digitally connecting with students
  • Understanding how to complete basic data collection from social media platforms
  • Capturing and documenting social media evidence
  • Identify strategies on how to respond to cyberbullying and online hate
  • How to identify and respond to worrisome shifts in frequency and intensity in students’ posts
  • Current privacy and security issues in the remote learning world.

An accurate level of risk through the threat assessment process cannot be determined without considering the digital behavioural baseline of the threat maker(s). It is imperative to understand the tools and methods available to your threat assessment teams provided in this valuable training.

If you are interested in learning more about Safer School Together’s customized remote training sessions for your school/district, please contact us at info@saferschoolstogether.com.

Cancellation Policy

Safer Schools Together (SST) reserves the right to cancel or reschedule training. If SST cancels or reschedules training due to weather or unforeseen circumstances beyond the control of SST, you are entitled to a full refund, but SST is not responsible for travel arrangements, travel fees, or any expenses incurred by you as a result of such cancellation. If SST cancels a training in which you are enrolled, you will be contacted at the email address you provided when registering, so please be sure to provide a valid email address.

Any cancellation or transfer made by a participant needs to be in writing. If the registration fee has already been paid, a credit will be applied for a future training course unless a refund is specifically requested by the agency at the time of cancellation. A $50.00 administrative fee will be applied for any refund processed, and a $25.00 transfer fee will be charged for any transfers between classes or attendees.  Any request for a refund must be done 10 days prior to the training date.

 

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Current Behavioral Trends & Digital Updates | Jun 24, 2021

Thursday, June 24, 2021
Login: 8:30 am Pacific Time (Vancouver, BC)
Session: 9:00 am–11:00 am Pacific Time (Vancouver, BC)
Ticket pricing: $39 USD per session OR
10 session subscription: $279 USD – Click HERE to purchase

Social media and digital behaviors are constantly changing. Our monthly, “Current Behavioral Trends & Digital Updates” are designed to keep threat assessment teams informed on the most recent trends & digital updates.

These new sessions will complement SST’s Digital Threat Assessment (DTA) training and may be helpful continuing education for individuals who have previously completed DTA training. SST’s Current Behavioral Trends and Digital Updates has been developed out of a need to continue to keep school threat assessment teams informed so that they are able to adapt to the everchanging digital landscape.

This training will cover:

  • Updates and changes to all leading platforms: Instagram, Snapchat, TikTok, Twitter, and many more
  • Key information for Threat Assessment teams
  • Case walkthrough: recent case files handled by SST Threat Analysts
  • Data statistics surrounding intakes and reporting tools
  • Trends, language and new ways that students communicate online
  • Risk enhancing behaviors – what to look out for
  • Live Q&A with SST Threat Analysts

This ticket is non-refundable.

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Basic Digital Threat Assessment Training | Jun 23, 2021

Wednesday, June 23, 2021
Login: 7:30 am Pacific Time (Vancouver, BC)
Session: 8:00 am – 2:30 pm Pacific Time (Vancouver, BC)
Ticket pricing: $199 USD  

(An email will be sent closer to the event date giving details of the Zoom Link to join this session.  Please look out for this and check your spam/ junk folder in case it goes in there by mistake)

Safer Schools Together developed Digital Threat Assessment Training to keep pace with the evolving technology challenges that affect school and public safety today and to help communities recognize and identify individuals on the pathway to violence, homicide, suicide, and radicalization. The vast majority of recent school attacks have had precursors leaked online in the form of social media posts. Knowing where, how, and when to look for this critical information is one of the current challenges that this country faces, and we will thoroughly address this as part of our training.

In this training, we will thoroughly cover the following:

  • online verification and authentication of images
  • assessing anonymous online threats
  • sexting/sextortion
  • swatting and doxing
  • geolocational utilities and dangers
  • image verification of firearms and suicidal imagery and/or radicalized images
  • searching Instagram by school location
  • privacy and security when digitally connecting with students
  • understanding how to complete basic data collection from social media platforms
  • capturing and documenting social media evidence
  • identify strategies on how to respond to cyberbullying and online hate
  • how to identify and respond to worrisome shifts in frequency and intensity in students’ posts
  • current privacy and security issues in the remote learning world.

An accurate level of risk through the threat assessment process cannot be determined without considering the digital behavioural baseline of the threat maker(s). It is imperative to understand the tools and methods available to your threat assessment teams provided in this valuable training.

If you are interested in learning more about Safer School Together’s customized remote training sessions for your school/district, please contact us at info@saferschoolstogether.com.

Cancellation Policy

Safer Schools Together (SST) reserves the right to cancel or reschedule training. If SST cancels or reschedules training due to weather or unforeseen circumstances beyond the control of SST, you are entitled to a full refund, but SST is not responsible for travel arrangements, travel fees, or any expenses incurred by you as a result of such cancellation. If SST cancels a training in which you are enrolled, you will be contacted at the email address you provided when registering, so please be sure to provide a valid email address.

Any cancellation or transfer made by a participant needs to be in writing. If the registration fee has already been paid, a credit will be applied for a future training course unless a refund is specifically requested by the agency at the time of cancellation. A $50.00 administrative fee will be applied for any refund processed, and a $25.00 transfer fee will be charged for any transfers between classes or attendees.  Any request for a refund must be done 10 days prior to the training date.

 

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Advanced Digital Threat Assessment Training | Jun 9, 2021

Wednesday, June 9, 2021
Login: 7:30 am Pacific Time (Vancouver, BC)
Session: 8:00 am–2:30 pm Pacific Time (Vancouver, BC)
Ticket pricing: $299 USD  

(An email will be sent closer to the event date giving details of the Zoom Link to join this session.  Please look out for this and check your spam/ junk folder in case it goes in there by mistake)

Non-negotiable pre-requisite: SST Basic Digital Threat Assessment training (completed within the past 2 years)

Safer Schools Together developed Digital Threat Assessment Training to keep pace with the evolving technology challenges that affect school and public safety today and to help communities recognize and identify individuals on the pathway to violence, homicide, suicide, and radicalization. The vast majority of recent school attacks have had precursors leaked online in the form of social media posts. Knowing where, how, and when to look for this critical information is one of the current challenges that this country faces, and we will thoroughly address this as part of our training.

Advanced DTA Learning Outcomes Include:

  • Privacy
  • Utilizing the power of search engines and all investigative tools
  • Digging deeper for information online
  • Youth Investigations
  • The vast smartphone world
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • The Online Underground: Evil exists

(For full learning outcomes, please visit https://saferschoolstogether.com/services/digital-threat-assessment-training/digital-threat-assessment-advanced/)

An accurate level of risk through the threat assessment process cannot be determined without considering the digital behavioural baseline of the threat maker(s). It is imperative to understand the tools and methods available to your threat assessment teams provided in this valuable training.

Cancellation Policy

Safer Schools Together (SST) reserves the right to cancel or reschedule training. If SST cancels or reschedules training due to weather or unforeseen circumstances beyond the control of SST, you are entitled to a full refund, but SST is not responsible for travel arrangements, travel fees, or any expenses incurred by you as a result of such cancellation. If SST cancels a training in which you are enrolled, you will be contacted at the email address you provided when registering, so please be sure to provide a valid email address.

Any cancellation or transfer made by a participant needs to be in writing. If the registration fee has already been paid, a credit will be applied for a future training course unless a refund is specifically requested by the agency at the time of cancellation. A $50.00 administrative fee will be applied for any refund processed, and a $25.00 transfer fee will be charged for any transfers between classes or attendees.  Any request for a refund must be done 10 days prior to the training date.

If you are interested in learning more about Safer School Together’s customized remote training sessions for your school/district, please contact us at info@saferschoolstogether.com.

Current Behavioral Trends & Digital Updates | May 27, 2021

Thursday, May 27, 2021
Login: 8:30 am Pacific Time (Vancouver, BC)
Session: 9:00 am–11:00 am Pacific Time (Vancouver, BC)
Ticket pricing: $39 USD per session OR
10 session subscription: $279 USD – Click HERE to purchase

Social media and digital behaviors are constantly changing. Our monthly, “Current Behavioral Trends & Digital Updates” are designed to keep threat assessment teams informed on the most recent trends & digital updates.

These new sessions will complement SST’s Digital Threat Assessment (DTA) training and may be helpful continuing education for individuals who have previously completed DTA training. SST’s Current Behavioral Trends and Digital Updates has been developed out of a need to continue to keep school threat assessment teams informed so that they are able to adapt to the everchanging digital landscape.

This training will cover:

  • Updates and changes to all leading platforms: Instagram, Snapchat, TikTok, Twitter, and many more
  • Key information for Threat Assessment teams
  • Case walkthrough: recent case files handled by SST Threat Analysts
  • Data statistics surrounding intakes and reporting tools
  • Trends, language and new ways that students communicate online
  • Risk enhancing behaviors – what to look out for
  • Live Q&A with SST Threat Analysts

This ticket is non-refundable.