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Thursday, Aug 13, 10:00 AM CDT · 7 hours

Day 2: Preventative Security

August 13, 2020 at 10:00:00 AM · Central Time (US & Canada)
About This Webinar

Building out structures that support mental health and create a unified school community are some of the ways that we can begin to prevent violence on campus. This is something that everyone in the school community has a responsibility to help to facilitate. Day Two of the conference will cover topics related to behavioral threat assessment, early intervention, facilitating a resilient school culture, and how to help parents reinforce these practices in the home.

  • Behavioral Threat Assessment - Peter Langman
  • Culture and Community in Schools - Mike Walsh
  • A Parent's Perspective on School Safety - Lisa Sabey
  • Responding to Mental Health Crises (suicide, self harm, and harm of others)
Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Director of Research and Training at Drift Net Securities
Dr. Peter Langman is a psychologist whose research on school shooters has received international recognition. His book, Why Kids Kill: Inside the Minds of School Shooters, was named an Outstanding Academic Title and was translated into German, Dutch, and Finnish. His work has been cited in congressional testimony on Capitol Hill and he has been interviewed by the New York Times, The Today Show, 20/20, Nightline, Fox, CNN, the BBC, and nearly 500 other news outlets in the USA, Canada, South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and the Middle East.

After the Sandy Hook attack, the CEO of the American Psychological Association presented Dr. Langman’s recommendations on school safety to President Obama. He has presented at both the FBI Headquarters in Washington, DC, and the FBI National Academy in Quantico. He has been an invited speaker at the National Counterterrorism Center and was hired by Homeland Security to train professionals in school safety.

He maintains the largest online collection of materials relating to school shooters at schoolshooters.info, including over 500 documents totaling 65,000 pages. His latest book is School Shooters: Understanding High School, College, and Adult Perpetrators. In 2018, Dr. Langman became a researcher with the National Threat Assessment Center of the United States Secret Service.

Today, Peter works with Drift Net Securities as the Director of Research and Training. He provides his expert knowledge of safety through virtual threat assessment trainings to school districts at no cost. We believe that the best safety is standard safety and we want to help provide knowledge to everyone that needs it.
Webinar hosting presenter
Advisory Commissioner on Charter Schools at California State Board of Education
Mike Walsh is the co-founder and CEO of Beacon Results, an organizational growth and change management firm founded in 2005 that works primarily with school districts and nonprofits to help them develop and align their strategic plans. He has both a B.A. and M.A. degree in Organizational Management and Organizational Leadership, from Ashford University.

Since 2000, Walsh has served as a Leadership Facilitator for several student-based organizations including the California Association of Student Councils, and the National Student Leadership Conference at University of California, Berkeley, an annual Career Exploration Camp for students considering careers in medicine, engineering and communications.

In addition to his work through Beacon, in 2018 he served as the President of the California School Boards Association, a group representing nearly 1,000 California school districts and county offices of education. A 10-year veteran Trustee of the Butte County Office of Education, Walsh was elected to CSBA’s Delegate Assembly in 2010 and elected to the organization’s Board of Directors in 2011. During his time at CSBA, Walsh served ably on numerous committees, including chairing the Legislative Committee and on the Executive Committee as Vice President, President-elect, President, and Immediate Past-President. In January of 2020 he was appointed to serve as an Advisory Commissioner on Charter Schools to the California State Board of Education.

He also served as Executive Director of the Oroville Economic Development Corporation and completed a three-year term as a member of the Butte Community College Foundation Board of Directors. In addition to his service to state school boards, Walsh has also served on major committees of the National School Boards Association and has written and published multiple articles focused on equity and improving outcomes for underserved student groups.
Webinar hosting presenter
President of Parents-to-Parents
Lisa Blair Sabey grew up in a large family. Her best friend was her sister who was just 13 months older. This sister struggled from a young age with anxiety, depression, eating disorders and obesity. That was Lisa's introduction to mental illness. She grew up just east of BYU in a place nicknamed, "Happy Valley." It came as a shock when a neighbor died by suicide. Lisa spent time in Taiwan and China, graduated from BYU, married and had 6 children--5 sons and 1 daughter. When Lisa was 40, she had her personal experience with depression. Luckily, medication helped. Just a few years after that her fifth child was thrown into the darkness of serious mental illnesses that included suicide ideation. This child wanted to die for years--and had several attempts. Those years were Lisa's greatest education. She read over 60 books about mental illnesses, mental wellness and the brain. All this is what fueled her passion to make movies.

Lisa is the founder and president of Parents-to-Parents, a 501(c)(3) NPO that is dedicated to using film to support families' mental wellness. Parents-to-Parents has produced 3 documentaries:

1. Anorexia: What Parents Need to Know is used internationally at eating disorder centers.
2. Going Sane identifies cracks in the mental health system, especially the crack of not embracing families as the most powerful resource to help a loved one deal with mental illnesses. It won the Impact Award.
3. American Tragedy follows the story of Columbine shooter Dylan's mom, Sue Klebold, from agony to mental health advocacy and her friends' stories of having a son die by suicide. This movie won best documentary at the Boston Film Festival and is now available on most video on demand platforms.

Lisa's journey as a mother helped her see how vital family is to mental health and the health of communities. She also has seen how blame simplifies complex problems and excuses people from being part of the solution. This was reinforced when her son was in a school shooting and the shooter was one of his friends.

She now is a grandmother with 8 grandchildren. Her journey as a grandmother has given her great hope that we CAN teach children early on how to deal with anxiety, negative thinking and failure. She has great hope in the future!
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