Student Behavioral Threat Assessment AA#990-CLASS FULL

Thursday, January 16, 2020

8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

The purpose of this one-day seminar is to provide increased understanding of the framework and application of student behavioral threat assessment in elementary and secondary schools. The training materials provide in-depth information, model policies and sample operational guidelines, protocols for law enforcement interviews of students at school, threat assessment team models, and related research studies. The training targets actions based on behavioral assessments and focuses attention to school and public safety concerns as well as legal issues involved in the process of managing potentially dangerous student behavior. Participants will gain an enhanced understanding and ability to identify persons exhibiting threatening or aberrant behaviors, evaluate the risk of the threat, and provide appropriate interventions and case management strategies to reduce the risk of violence.

PRESENTED BY: The Illinois School and Campus Safety Program

Instructors: Sandra Ellis, PhD – Dr. Ellis is an award winning veteran educator serving in executive leadership positions for the past three decades.

Ronald Ellis – Mr. Ellis retired from the Illinois State Police. He has conducted numerous school and campus safety training programs throughout Illinois.

Lunch will be provided.

To receive Administrator Academy credit you will also need to complete a take-home Application and Dissemination project by January 30, 2020. Information about the A and D will be distributed at the seminar.

If you wish to take the seminar without Administrator Academy Credit, the seminar is free and you must register at this link:

If you wish to take the seminar for Administrator Academy Credit, you must register at BOTH this registration site AND


Open Seats: closed

Cost: $25.00

Location: Genoa-Kingston High School, 980 Park Avenue, Genoa, IL 60135

Credits: PDCs, Administrator Academy Credit