Starting Sunday afternoon with the PCHS debrief, the conference includes hands on exercises on Wednesday at the Jefferson County National School Innovation Center.
Those presenting at this year's Symposium include school administrators, law enforcement, criminal justice and mental health professionals who were involved in the response and recovery to school violence and other emergency events. The Symposium is designed to provide a number of takeaways that districts, departments and agencies can implement immediately.Law enforcement, school personnel, victim advocates, mental health professionals, emergency and risk management staff, school safety teams and all first responders.
The event is held in the Columbine High School Auditorium, so the number of participants is limited to 550. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. The cost of this event is $450 with all proceeds benefiting The "I Love U Guys" Foundation.
New: Two Graduate Credits or three Continued Education Credits available for educators. For counselors or social workers there are 20 hours of Coursework Activity available.
Early Bird Registration: $300This 3 and a half day symposium, held at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, examines lessons learned from traumatic events and reveals new, preemptive school safety measures growing in multiple realms.
|Honor Guard||Columbine Memorial|
|8:30||Lt. Col. David Grossman||Sgt. A.J. Deandrea
|Columbine Memorial||Reunification||John McDonald Threat Assessment||Stop the bleeding. School based tactical care.||SRP Train the Trainer Certification|
First Response to the West Texas Fertilizer Plant Explosion
|Kristina Anderson and Gene Deisinger
Two perspectives on surviving Virginia Tech
Revealing the secrets to media messaging
|Safe2Tell||Direct radio communication with first responders.|
Learning lessons from community response to trauma
Child sex trafficking in the US
|1:00||Lt. Col. David Grossman||Sgt. A.J. Deandrea & John-Michael Keyes
Platte Canyon High School Shooting
|Stop the bleeding. School based tactical care.||Direct radio communication with first responders.||Reunification|
Too Much Too Soon - Mental Survival for First Responders
Rescue Task Force
|Scott Parker & Kevin Burd Implementing the SRP||TBA|
|*Subject to change.|
Hampton Inn & Suites Littleton|
7611 Shaffer Parkway
Littleton, CO 80127
Please contact the hotel and request the special rate for The Briefings no later than May 25th to receive the group rate. Any new reservation requests received after that date will be offered on a space/rate available basis.
Reservations can be booked by calling the hotel directly or by booking on-line at www.hislittleton.com. After the dates are entered, "add special rate codes" should be selected and then the GROUP code ILU should be entered.
The block will begin on July 17th and will continue through July 21st. A combination of deluxe king and deluxe double queen rooms are available at the discounted rate of $129.
A complimentary shuttle will be available for transportation to and from Columbine High School.
Denver International Airport Transportation
Discount Code: 9ZJRA
Attendees can also call 1-800-258-3826 (1-800-BLUE-VAN) and use the code.
The Briefings are only open to educators, administrators, school or higher education safety personnel, law enforcement or critical stakeholders.
All applicants must be with, or endorsed by, a recognized school, district, institution of higher education, department or agency.