STOP TTA Quarterly Meeting (December 2023)
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You are invited to join STOP grantees in your region for an exciting group networking event and hear updates from the National Center for School Safety. We are thrilled to announce that our colleague Dr. Sarah Stillwell will be presenting on comprehensive school safety approaches. We will dive deep into what comprehensive school safety is, why it is important, and how we at the NCSS define and think about it.
In addition to learning from Dr. Stillwell, we will also be identifying how the school safety approaches being used for your STOP grant fit into a comprehensive school safety plan. And of course, there will be time for you to connect with your fellow STOP grant recipients and learn about their unique projects.
This opportunity is intended for the program manager(s) of your organization’s BJA or COPS grant. If you are not the best contact for your program, please share this invitation with the appropriate individuals.
- Make a connection with other STOP grantees.
- Describe school safety projects in your region.
- Define, discuss, and develop comprehensive approaches to school safety.
- Share resources and promising practices around comprehensive school safety practices.
If you are unable to attend your region’s meeting, you are welcome to register for one that works best for your schedule.
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- Dr. Sarah Stillwell, PhD, Research Fellow at the National Center for School Safety
- The National Center for School Safety staff will serve as facilitators for this session.
Allison Schreiber, MA; Heather Murphy, MA, LPC, NCC; Melissa Chavez, MPH; Ben Jennett, MLS; Brianna Spears; Emily Torres, MPH