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2018 PACE Behavioral Threat Assessment & SRP/SRM Trainings

August 27-28, 2018

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Each of the trainings listed below are FREE, however, you MUST register to attend.

PACE is sponsoring a series of Regional trainings focusing on the current hot topic of threat assessment within our schools, community colleges and communities.

 Community College focused training August 27-28, 2018

Day 1 - Title: Behavioral Threat Assessment Training for safer campuses and communities
August 27, 2018 we’ll cover such topics as best practices, core concepts, assessment, management, case examples, team formation, investigations and information gathering and threat assessment resources. The reality of the world we live in is business and community leaders need to be aware of individuals who exhibit warning behaviors of violence and know how to respond with the knowledge and strategy to stabilize and prevent violence.

This workshop will be facilitated by:

Jim Bennett, Director of Violence Prevention & Physical Security
Jim has spent more than 28 years in the public safety arena serving in various roles in municipal law enforcement, high education public safety and the fire service. He has completed thousands of hours in specialized training as well as presenting, assessing and training of individuals, small business, education, government and large corporations. As an accomplished trainer, lecturer, and key-note, he brings energy, enthusiasm and experience to the discussion of threat assessment, violence prevention, high education public safety, psychological first aid, crisis communications, public safety leadership, industry security, and recovery from acts of violence.

Lieutenant Eric Judah, Oregon State Police
Lieutenant Eric Judah is a 22-year veteran with the Oregon State Police. He started his career in law enforcement with the Oregon State Police in 1995, assigned to the Burns, Oregon office. Since then, he has worked mainly in the Patrol Division in Albany, Salem, and Oregon State University. He also oversaw the recruitment and training of sworn OSP members from 2006 to 2008. Lieutenant Judah has been assigned to OSU since 2013 and is currently assigned as the OSP Station Commander of the Oregon State University Area Command. The OSU Area Command is uniquely different from any other OSP office throughput the state. Since beginning his tenure at OSU, Lt. Judah had worked and collaborated on various multidiscipline groups in order to help solve issues faced by the university. One of those groups he helped co-found is the OSU’s Threat Assessment Team. The OSU Threat Assessment Team has been operational at OSU since the fall of 2014

Rebecca Bolante PhD., CRC, CTM
The owner of Bolante.NET, Rebecca Bolante is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and a Certified Threat Manager. After serving 15 years at Chemeketa Community College as the Director of the Threat and Disaster Resource Center, Bolante had the vision to start Bolante.Net, a network of experts providing training in the areas of threat assessment and disaster response.
A convening authority and leader in the areas of threat management, Bolante is on the Education Research Steering Committee for the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals and serves as the secretary for ASIS International School Safety & Security Council. Well-renown and respected, Bolante has been published in peer-reviewed journals of the American Psychological Association and the American Counseling Association. Bolante’s doctoral research was in threat assessment practices in institutions of higher education. Her work has included the development of standardized processes for providing support and disaster behavioral health responses following a disaster.
An active Psychological First Aid Trainer, Bolante and her team of experts are passionate about providing the training and consulting for organizations and businesses to have a threat management plan in place on how to prevent, react and respond to a crisis – whether natural or instigated.

 Day 2 - Title: Standard Response Protocol / Standard Reunification Methods for Community Colleges
August 28, 2018
we'll cover the Standard Response Protocol/Standard Reunifications method. This is a full-day “Train the Trainer” workshop and will introduce the concepts and history of the SRP and SRM and how to train the programs to your staff.

This workshop will be facilitated by:

John-Michael Keyes, founder of the “I Love U Guys” Foundation
This foundation acts as conduit through research and collaboration with experts in education, law enforcement, emergency management and psychologists the Foundation assembled real world solutions that could be brought to the classroom, in partnership with first responders. The “I Love U Guys” Foundation was created to restore and protect the joy of youth through educational programs and positive actions in collaboration with families, schools, communities, organizations and government entities.

Breakfast and lunch will be provided. If you are interested in attending, please register online. Lodging will be provided for two (2) nights-dorm style; (30 spaces available for lodging so register early!)

If you have questions regarding registration, please contact Pamela Mullen, PACE Administration Assistant.

Training Schedule

Day 1 - Behavioral Threat Assessments for Community Colleges
Day 2 - Standard Response Protocol/Standard Reunification Method for Community Colleges - (Full-day Train the Trainer Workshop)

  • Monday & Tuesday, August 27-28, 2018 - 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
    Bend - Central Oregon CC - Cascades Hall 247 (2600 NW College Way)
    Free with registration.
    Lodging will be provided for two (2) nights in dorm style; (30 spaces available for lodging so register early!)
    Transportation and dinner is the responsibility of the attendee.

October training dates/locations coming SOON!

If you have questions regarding registration, please contact Pamela Mullen, PACE Administration Assistant.