School Violence Conference
DATES: 6/5/2018 through 6/6/2018
INSTRUCTOR(S): Floyd Peterson
LOCATION: French Lick Resort - 8670 West State Road 56, French Lick, IN 47432
HOTEL: French Lick Resort - French Lick, IN 1-888-936-9360
$169.00 Single or Double
Identify with Group 618PTC to receive discounted group rate.
COURSE REGISTRATION FEE: $325.00 Includes all training materials, and a Certificate of Completion.
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
Pre-Payment is NOT required to register or attend this seminar
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To help your agency prepare for the unexpected emergencies associated with
school violence. Introduce what is needed for proper planning, procedure
and policy decisions. Demonstrate how your agency should interact during
a multi-agency response situation and how to protect your agency against
Introduction to Critical Incident Operation Planning: This session
will familiarize the student with the different planning techniques associated
with a single or multi-agency response to a critical incident. They will
learn how to manage the incident as well as day to day operations. It will
show methods on how to recover and return your agency to normal operations.
Incident Command System: The student will learn the principles behind
the Incident Command System and how to implement them. They will also learn
why the system fits any emergency encountered.
Past Incidents: Tragedies such as Pearl Mississippi, West Paducah,
Kentucky, Jonesboro, Arkansas, Springfield, Oregon, and Littleton, Colorado,
will be discussed to gain insight into the problems that were encountered
by the responding agencies.
Identifying Character Traits and Motives: Assessing the risk for aggression
and violence in schools.
Post Incident Stress: This session deals with how to identify the
post traumatic stress and have available the resources to confront this critical
Liability Issues – Policy & Procedures: The student will learn
what documentation is needed to protect their agencies from unwarranted civil
action and United States Supreme Court decisions regarding agencies actions.
Media: The student will learn the critical elements of public relations
during emergency management situations.
Managing School Emergencies
Introduction to Explosives and Their Hazards: This session will identify
the difference between high explosives and low explosives and their chemical
components. The students will learn the existing hazards associated with
explosives and the dangers to first responding personnel.
Bomb Threats and Bomb Search Techniques: The students will learn how
to evaluate a threat, and properly manage a bomb threat incident. Room search
techniques, how to properly search a facility utilizing proper personnel.
How to properly handle the situation once a suspicious object is located.
How to properly evacuate once an object is located.
Rapid Deployment During Critical Incidents: Techniques will be discussed
on how to rapidly deploy personnel safely, to mitigate and secure potential
Explosive Weapons: Improvised Explosive Devices. This session will
introduce the students to various forms of explosive weapons and how easily
they are constructed.
Crime Scene Management: The student will learn the proper techniques
for processing a crime scene where explosive material was used. Procedures
for proper evidence recovery.