REGISTER TODAY! 2017 SEPLA Conference, June 20-22, 2017
Comfort Inn & Suites Conference Center | Mt. Pleasant, Michigan
Join us for 3 Days of Essential Training on School Safety for
Schools, Educators, Police and First Responders!
SEPLA Now Accepts Credit Cards*!
Current Trends of School Liaison Officer’s In School and Community
A facilitated session developed to expand upon current school/community trends with the New SRO Program and mentoring.
This session includes table top exercises with scenario situations to be explored and discussed that include officers and school officials.
Legal Update pertains to current juvenile hot topics and is a must for school officers and administrators as it pertains to Michigan juvenile law. This session will be a fast pace, engaging update with a Q&A session included and presented by Inspector Dave Greydanus, MSP and member of the Michigan Bar.
Day One wraps up with a session on K9s in Schools. Review the benefits of a School Resource Officer having a dog in school and the difference it makes. Join Officer Jeff Soli, and SRO Keith Cooper as they review information on fundraising, use, legal issues, training.
This year, Wednesday is designated as Educator’s Day. The focus of this day is to provide an opportunity for school officials to benefit from SEPLA Conference experience. The cost for the day is $125, and covers lunch, breaks and materials for the day. It is our hope that this experience will provide school officials with valuable resources as we work together in protecting Michigan’s children and schools.
Human Trafficking - What you need to know
This course is designed to discuss in detail current human trafficking trends in Michigan.
Join Sgt. Edward Price from SEMCEC Task Force, MSP, as he explains sexual exploitation of juveniles and adults into the world of prostitution, and the pimping subculture which impacts on your schools and community.
Information will be provided on an actual juvenile & adult prostitution investigation which spanned from Michigan, Illinois, and Hawaii and grossed over 6.5 million dollars in illegal money and assets.
Social Media Update
This training seminar is designed to introduce the attendees to the world of social media investigations. Applications such as Snapchat, Facebook, Instagram, and Kik will be discussed. The instruction will include real-time investigative searches and practical techniques. Presented by D/Tpr/Spl. Matthew McLalin, MSP,
Computer Crimes Unit
Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force
Information to come.
Presented by Mary Gager Drew, Consumer Programs Administrator
Consumer Protection Division
Department of Attorney General Bill Schuette
Day Three is an action packed day designed to keep everyone moving and making the most of each training station.
Off-Site Police Scenario Training
Active shooter training will be emphasizing hands-on, interactive and multi scenario-based situations that are designed to simulate real life stress and circumstances encountered in the field. Lead instructor of these simulations is Deputy Chief Rob Bradford, Brighton PD along with Brighton/Hamburg/Green Oak tactial team.
Focusing on changes made to local districts Active Shooter and Lock Down policies after implementing A.L.I.C.E. techniques. This informational session with Officer Jeff Soli, Certified A.L.I.C.E. Trainer,
Fowlerville PD, provides an opportunity to explore actual situations.
An innovative training simulator helps solidify the instinctual reactions of police officers in highly stressful situations. Presented by Tom Grace, Director, Police Academy
Kirtland Community College
Don't miss out on this 3 Days of Essential Training!
Best Practices for Lockdown Active Shooter
Created by Jeff Soli for Fowlerville Schools
June 20-22, 2017
Comfort Inn & Suites Conference Center
Mt. Pleasant, Michigan