Using Today for a Safer Tomorrow
Safer Schools Together (SST) has a proven record of helping schools throughout North America in Violence & Bullying Behavior Prevention and Intervention Strategies.
Safer Schools Together (SST) and the International Center for Digital Threat Assessment®, leading organizations specializing in school and community safety strategies are pleased to announce a collaboration with Dr. Dewey Cornell, international threat assessment expert, as well as author of the Comprehensive School Threat Assessment Guidelines (CSTAG) manual.
SST and Dr. Dewey Cornell have developed a new learning module outlining best practice for integrating Digital Threat Assessment® (DTA) into the CSTAG Behavioral Threat Assessment Model. The module reviews CSTAG’s 5-step process and demonstrates how DTA® provides critical insight into a student’s thoughts, feelings, and plans to potentially commit acts of violence to themselves or others. This collaboration aims to ensure students, staff, schools, as well as surrounding communities are provided with safe, caring, and inclusive environments.
As a threat assessment professional, digital threat assessment is vital to a complete investigations. With an ever changing landscape, this type of training is crucial to stay up to date.
Ken Nakamura, Threat Assessment Detective Roseville Police Departmen
The DTA training curriculum offered by Safer Schools Together is second to none. On principle, it is focused on training the user to become the expert, rather than pushing a software or support package. The result is an immediate and confident application of the skills and a direct impact on student safety. From a cost/benefit perspective, I would consider it foolish to not take advantage of what they are offering.
Officer Will Chapman, SRO Founder, Chapman School Safety
When Columbine happened, social media was not as prominent as it is right now. After sitting in and listening to Theresa Campbell (CEO, Safer Schools Together) and her group on several occasions, I would strongly encourage anyone that gets an opportunity to use Safer Schools Together, take advantage of that. Because what Theresa is doing each and every day, is preparing communities from events, such as Columbine, from happening.
Frank DeAngelis, Columbine High School Former Principal
John Callery, DEA San Diego Field Division Special Agent in Charge
After the loss of my daughter Amanda Todd in 2012, I became an advocate to increase the awareness of bullying, cyberbullying, internet safety, exploitation, and mental health. I have been connected to Safer Schools Together (SST) over the course of the past number of years and commend the SST Team for their dedication to ensuring the safety and well-being of children and youth across North America.
Keeping informed is important and SST stays up-to-date with the critical information needed to better protect ourselves with the technology we are using in our daily lives.
I have been fortunate to attend a variety of presentations and training sessions provided by SST. These interactive presentations have provided critical information, as well as important resources that effectively inform and teach those attending how to effectively keep themselves and others safe from violence.
I look forward to a continued relationship with SST so that we can ensure online safety for all.
Carol Todd, Amanda Todd Legacy Founder
Theresa Campbell is a wonderful resource and asset to School Districts. Her work is thorough, and her skills at connecting with students, staff and parents to determine the issues and identify solutions to problem behaviours are remarkable. Theresa ensures that those involved in the process feel heard, respected and confident that the outcome will be fair. I would recommend Theresa without hesitation.
Lisa Southern, Partner, Barrister & Solicitor Southern Butler Price LLP
There is no doubt that Theresa Campbell has the expertise, knowledge and passion to help schools and communities develop and implement effective anti‐bullying initiatives in their schools to create a safer and caring school climate.
Dr. Leena K. Augimeri, Child Development Institute Director, Scientific & Program Development