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Seminar Title:  
School Violence Conference

DATES:  11/29/2017 through 12/1/2017

INSTRUCTOR(S):  Floyd Peterson

LOCATION:  Palace Station - 2411 West Sahara Avenue, Las Vegas, NV  89102

HOTEL:  Palace Station - Las Vegas, NV  1-800-634-3101
Tower Rooms:
$70.00 S/D Sunday-Thursday/$90.00 S/D Friday & Saturday
*Additional $6.95 Service Fee Per Night (Includes Scheduled Transportation To and From Airport, Shuttle to strip, Work-out Center, and In Room Internet Access)
NOTE: Identify with Group Code PCPCIPA17 or PATC Western States Conference to receive discounted rate

COURSE REGISTRATION FEE:  $350.00 Includes all training materials, and a Certificate of Completion.

Instructor Bio

Floyd Peterson,currently serves as a Police Sergeant for the Indianapolis Public Schools Police Department with duties at Arlington Community High School. As a school police sergeant he assists local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies in areas such active shooter, restorative justice, school safety and police survival. His assistance as requested by law enforcement agencies and local organizations in the city of Indianapolis.
He serves as the train the trainer in the academics of InterAct Incident management, ARIES Vehicle Crash Management, Restorative Justice, Crisis Intervention, CPI, A.L.I.C.E, S.T.O.P.S, ALERT, QPR Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper, and Indiana School Safety Specialist and as a Master Level Emergency Response Team member. He also leads other efforts aimed at enhancing an agency’s overall investigative response to violent crime incidents, missing, abducted and exploited children incidents as well juvenile crime prevention and anti-social behaviors patterns that lead to bullying.
He is now a national lecturer on juvenile behavior and school violence assessments and has conducted research in the areas of social emotional intelligence of adolescents and adverse childhood experiences and policing the teen brain. He serves as the 2nd Vice-President of the Indiana Association of School Resource Officers, and is one of the founding members of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Associates


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Course Objectives

Banish Bullying Behavior An invaluable presentation with straightforward and well researched strategies to help bring to light the real issues kids face today and provides specific advice to all stakeholders to help banish bullying behavior. This presentation will describe those practices that will create positive change and suggest practical strategies to make school a safe and comfortable place for learning. How to transform the culture of pain, rage and revenge into a culture of respect. Suicide Intervention and Prevention In the U.S., the suicide rates are the highest ever. Suicide is the 3rd leading cause of death for 15 to 24-year-old. In our discussion we will use the most current data available from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the QPR suicide Prevention gatekeeper training to gain the skills to effectively intervenes in situations where warning signs and behaviors alert us to a youth, co-worker or family member in crisis, in action or thoughts of suicide. Individual Level Strategies Youth's experiences, knowledge, and skills can influence their likelihood of becoming involved in violence. Strengthening young people's abilities to effectively solve difficulties that arise and their opportunities to participate in prosocial activities like restorative justice reduce the risk for violence. Relationship Level Strategies Positive relationships between students and their prosocial peers, teachers, and families can be critical assets in promoting youth’s well-being and preventing school violence. Community Level Strategies The social environment, the climate and culture of schools can influence the likelihood of violence. The numerous steps Schools can take to improve school connectedness in order to promote learning and to reduce negative outcomes, such as violence The Principles of Verbal De-escalation and Influence This presentation will provide the participant with the tools to reduce student, staff and law enforcement assaults and injuries, while generating volunteer compliance and cooperation. The Principles of CPTED Creating a warm and welcoming environment, fostering a sense of physical and social order. Creating a sense of ownership by students, sending positive messages to students, maximizing the presence of authority figures, minimizing opportunities for out-of-sight activities. Managing access to all school areas.


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