Welcome to the 2016 SEPLA Conference
June 21-23, 2016 | Comfort Inn & Suites Conference Center | Mt. Pleasant, Michigan
Offering 3 Days of Essential Training on School Safety for
Schools, Educators, Police and First Responders
and Announcing Educator's Day on Wednesday, June 22nd!
NOW ACCEPTING CREDIT CARDS!
The Role Of School Liaison Officer’s In School And Community. This facilitated session has been developed to one class that includes the new SRO Program/mentoring, trends. Table top exercises with scenario situations to be explored and discussed that will include officers and school officials.
Legal Update, presented by Inspector Dave Greydanus, MSP and also a member of the Michigan Bar. This session offers current, relative information on Michigan juvenile law as it pertains to school officers and administrators.
Ending day one with De-Escalation Techniques. Sharpen your communication skills to prevent conflict when possible, de-escalate conflict when it occurs. Conflict management skills can help you look good no matter what the outcome. Lead instructor, Deputy Jon VanCore, 17 years of experience as crisis negotiator with Eaton County Sheriff Office.
Kicks off with SEPLA's keynote speaker, Officer Jermaine Galloway, The Tall Cop with
HIGH IN PLAIN SIGHT: Current Alcohol, Drug, and Concealment Treads and Identifier.
This unique workshop is for educators, law enforcement, and school administration. Officer Galloway will cover alcohol and drug culture from A to Z. Including cover common stash compartments that can be used to hide weapons inside everyday clothing containers and other items, along with the relationship between alcohol, drug and violence tendencies.
He's back! Erin Diamond, owner of DERA Forensic Group, LLC will be presenting Social Media Update. In this session he will review the trending applications teens use. Discussing the capabilities, uses and how to track those apps.
Plans are in the works for an interactive day of tandem training. Join the Police Scenario Training with the Brighton PD and their special response team! Active shooter training will be emphasizing hands-on, interactive and scenario-based situations that are designed to simulate real life stress and circumstances encountered in the field.
Lockdown Procedures presented by certified A.L.I.C.E. trainers. This session focuses on an opportunity to explore your district's lock down procedures. This session will focus on changes made to local districts Active shooter and lock down policies after implementing A.L.I.C.E. techniques. Informational and an opportunity to explore actual situations.
Don't miss out on this 3 Days of Essential Training!
HIGH IN PLAIN SIGHT: Current Alcohol, Drug, and Concealment Treads and Identifier
June 21-23, 2016
Comfort Inn & Suites Conference Center
Mt. Pleasant, Michigan