Bullying Prevention and Preparedness Modelling

Bullying tips are commonly triaged in Anonymous Reporting Systems (ARS). Because of their prevalence, it’s essential that school staff are prepared to respond to bullying tips and address root causes. 

In this webinar, the conclusion of a two-part series, experts will share upstream practices that will help schools reduce instances of bullying. Additionally, panelists will discuss best practices for involving school staff and broaching conversations with students. By the end of the webinar, attendees will leave with examples of tangible bullying responses and clear ways to act on ARS tips.

Date: October 12, 2023
Time: 3:00 PM ET

Learn more and register for part one here: ARS Response Skill Building Panel

Learning Objectives

  • Explain the relationship between bullying tips, ARS triage, and response.
  • Differentiate between various bullying preparedness practices.
  • Develop practical techniques to respond to instances of bullying in your school environment.


  • Sgt. William Connell, Pinellas County Schools Police. 
  • Chavely Bernal. Certified Crisis Counselor, Say Something Anonymous Reporting System.  
  • Alexandria French, Director, Research & Evaluation at Sandy Hook Promise.
  • Jessica Neely, National Crisis Center Director, Say Something Anonymous Reporting System.

Continuing Education Credit

This webinar is offered for an NCSS certificate of completion.

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1 hr

Topic Areas

Mental Health, Notification Technology

Crisis Timeline

Prevention Planning


Mental Health Professionals, School Personnel