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ALERT: Second Wave of High Profile Violence (Home Grown Extremists, Youth Radicalization, Imitators and Terrorists)

  In June 2014 we issued an ALERT stressing the importance that “Violence Threat Risk Assessment (VTRA) Protocols be utilized to their fullest during that Extended Critical Period” in reference to the 15 cases of multiple victim homicides and attempted homicides in a two month span across Canada and the Read More…

ALERT: Sextortionists Targeting Teens

Issued September 4, 2014 For Immediate Release ALERT FOR PARENTS: SEXTORTIONISTS TARGETING TEENS CYBERTIP.CA RECEIVING A CONCERNING INCREASE IN REPORTS FROM TEENS SHARING SEXUAL IMAGES/VIDEOS AND THEN EXTORTED FOR MONEY WINNIPEG, MB: The Canadian Centre for Child Protection is warning parents about an increasing and serious trend involving Canadian youth Read More…

Violence Threat Risk Assessment (VTRA) Protocols must be utilized to their fullest during this “Extended Critical Period”

Issued June 2014 Violence Threat Risk Assessment (VTRA) Protocols must be utilized to their fullest during this “Extended Critical Period” As most of you aware there have been a number of high profile violent incidents in British Columbia, across Canada and the United States in the past few weeks. These high Read More…

Program Aims to Make BC Schools Safer for All Students

The winter 2013 issue of Learn magazine featured an article on Theresa Campbell’s ERASE Bullying Strategy: a four-level series of workshops on creating safe and caring schools, preventing bullying, and identifying risks and responding to threats. Read the full article: Preventing Bullying: Program Aims to Make BC Schools Safer for All Students (PDF)

Participants speak out at ERASE Training Sessions

Meet lead trainer Theresa Campbell and others as they discuss recent ERASE Bullying Training Sessions held throughout British Columbia. How to best deal with bullying – and reduce its impact – on children and young people was the focus of an ERASE Bullying Summit hosted by Premier Christy Clark at Read More…

Theresa Campbell at ERASE Bullying Summit

Meet Theresa Campbell who attended the ERASE Bullying Summit. How to best deal with bullying – and reduce its impact – on children and young people was the focus of the Summit hosted by Premier Christy Clark at the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue in Vancouver, British Columbia. Participants included Read More…

BC students now able to report bullying anonymously

A new website that allows BC students to report bullying anonymously has gone live: www.erasebullying.ca This was announced Tuesday during Premier Christy Clark’s anti-bullying forum. In the article, Theresa Campbell discusses current issues related to bullying and school safety. Read the full article on the Vancouver Sun website: BC students now Read More…

How parents can reduce bullying

Parents can play a critical role in helping reduce incidents of online bullying and getting help for young victims, experts say. Theresa Campbell said a key message for parents is to keep the lines of communication open with their children so that they know if something goes awry. Read the Read More…

B.C. educators learn how to assess threats in schools

An Education Ministry forum Friday in Richmond drew representatives from all education partner groups to learn more about the ERASE Bullying program. Read the full article on the Vancouver Sun website: B.C. educators learn how to assess threats in schools