Whether you're conducting school in-person or virtually, strong behavioral threat assessment programs are an effective way to prevent violence and help direct students onto a safer path. In a time when teen depression, anxiety and suicide are on the rise, these programs can save lives as they help to create a holistic culture of safety throughout your district.
Chief Collins' story about the role Aubrey ISD's behavioral threat assessment program played in preventing a significant incident on their campus
How to avoid common pitfalls in managing behavioral threat assessment programs
The key role that SROs and law enforcement professionals play as part of behavioral threat assessment teams
Actionable insights to help prevent violence on your campus
Chief Scott Collins #390
Chief of Police, Emergency Management Coordinator, Aubrey ISD Police Department