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NBC News – Feature on PSSTWorld Anonymous Reporting Tool

http://www.ksdk.com/article/news/local/online-resource-allows-kids-to-report-safety-concerns-anonymously-to-school/63-519528824 February 16th, 2018 St. Louis County, MO Online resource allows kids to report safety concerns anonymously to school After the deadly shooting at a Florida high school, one school district the St. Louis area is reminding parents that their kids can use an online tool to report anything suspicious, Read More…

Global News – New Brunswick School District Implements PSSTWorld

Anglophone West School district launches online reporting tool to combat bullying Global News – February 14th, 2018 Anglophone West School district launches online reporting tool to combat bullying Students in Anglophone West School District have a new way to remain safe at school as an online, anonymous reporting tool has Read More…

“Kids and Parents Learn How to Stay Safe Online” – CKPG News Prince George

November 21st, 2017 CKPG News Prince George The youngest generation has grown up with the internet at their fingertips. That’s why students from grades two to 12 learned about their digital footprint and how to stay safe online this afternoon. A speaker from Safer Schools Together gave a presentation called Read More…

CBC Radio – Sam Jingfors from Safer Schools Together

October 27th, 2017 Listen in as CBC’s Terry Seguin talks to Sam Jingfors, Director of Services with Safer Schools Together about how parents can raise good digital citizens and keep their kids safe online in a rapidly evolving digital world.

Editorial: Don’t close ears to the suicide issue

TIMES COLONIST JUNE 27, 2017 12:57 AM Schools in Greater Victoria, like others across North America, are confronting the fallout from a Netflix series about bullying, teen suicide and sexual assault. For teachers, parents and teens, the show’s sudden popularity has put mental health on the front burner, and left Read More…

13 Reasons Why’s depiction of suicide sparks notes from capital region schools

 Mike Devlin / Times Colonist May 2, 2017 10:24 PM This image released by Netflix shows Katherine Langford in a scene from the series, “13 Reasons Why,” about a teenager who commits suicide. The stomach-turning suicide scene has triggered criticism from some mental health advocates that it romanticizes suicide and Read More…

Experts to discuss safe social media at Comp School

 By Jared Gottselig May 9, 2017 – 10:00am Sam Jingfors will be talking with parents and students on Thursday and Friday about responsible Internet usage. Facebook In the digital age, society is moving toward a constant connection with technology, and North Battleford Comprehensive High School (Comp School) wants parents to Read More…

Netflix Series “13 Reasons Why”

PRELIMINARY ALERT – Netflix Series “13 Reasons Why” We are receiving numerous calls with questions and concerns regarding the trending Netflix series “13 Reasons Why”, specifically regarding its use as a suicide prevention educational resource. The producers of the series have stated that they wanted the show to assist those Read More…

Extended Critical Period Violence Threat Risk Assessment

Extended Critical Period Violence Threat Risk Assessment (VTRA) And Traumatic Aftermath April 18, 2017 As many are aware, we are experiencing the largest extended critical period we have ever faced as we head into this week’s anniversary of Columbine. This critical period has been exacerbated by the ongoing dynamic political Read More…

Digital Threat Assessment Hinges On Education, Awareness

“A lot of people are still unaware how digital presence influences overall risk,”said Theresa Campbell, President of Safer Schools Together in White Rock, British Columbia, Canada.  This excerpt titled “Digital Threat Assessment Hinges On Education, Awareness” courtesy of LRP Publications 2017. Download entire article here:    

Illinois School Safety Newsletter

The Statewide Terrorism Intelligence Centre have printed an article in their January 2017 Illinois School Safety Newsletter about Safer Schools Together and our award winning  PSSTWorld.   Free 1 Year Trial of an Award Winning Online Anonymous Student Reporting Tool   “Schools need to provide students an anonymous way to Read More…

SD8 psychologist: ‘A school is not an island’

What needs to happen when students threaten to harm themselves or others? That’s a question the Kootenay Lake school district has been asking itself for years as it develops a collaborative, inter-agency approach to potential crises. And earlier this year they put their violence threat risk assessment (VTRA) plan into Read More…

Province seeks student feedback on anti-bullying strategy

Theresa Campbell, ERASE Bullying’s lead trainer and president of Safer Schools Together, said the anti-bullying strategy divides the province into eight different regions. “(Government) looked at the eight regions and thought about a student from either Grade 8 to 12, one from each region (for the committee), allowing for an 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)

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