Because of the overwhelming response to the 2013 National School Safety Conference, our room block at the Red Rock Resort is almost sold out. To book one of the VERY FEW remaining rooms please call the Red Rock Resort directly at 866-767-7773.
The special conference rate is $130.00 per night inclusive of resort fees and this resort offers complimentary scheduled transportation service to/from airport and Las Vegas Strip. (see schedule above and contact hotel for information & reservations)
We have also secured a limited number of rooms at the beautiful Las Vegas JW Marriott, close to the Red Rock Resort, for a conference rate of $125.00 per night inclusive of resort fees. This rate includes scheduled transportation to and from the conference hotel and to the Las Vegas Strip but does not include transportation to/from the airport.
To Book your room at the JW Marriott please call 877-622-3140 or Click Here to book online.
PLEASE RESERVE YOU ROOM NOW AS BOTH CONFERENCE HOTELS WILL SELL OUT!
Early Registration - $425.00 (before 6/1/13)
Registration - $475.00 (after 6/1/13)
Multi-Attendee discount - $375.00 (5 from same agency registered at same time prior to 6/1/13)
Multi-Attendee discount - $425.00 (5 from same agency registered at same time after to 6/1/13)
EXHIBITORS - New Lower Exhibitor Fee
Early Exhibitor Registration - $700.00 (prior to 6/1/13)
Exhibitor Registration - $900.00 (after 6/1/13)
More information posted regulary - Please check back often
|"Lessons from Jonesboro, Littleton, and Vietnam: How Kids are Learning to Kill and Learning to Like It." Col. Grossman is one of the world's leading experts on the causes of violent crime. He is the author of the critically acclaimed book, Stop Teaching Our Kids to Kill, has testified before US Senate and US Congressional Committees, and has written numerous encyclopedia entries on the subject of violence and aggression. Col. Grossman served as a key trainer of school and mental health professionals in the aftermath of the Jonesboro, Ark., school shooting; he was a consultant in the trial of the Paducah, Kentucky school shooting; and he trained emergency, police and civic groups in the after math of the Springfield, Oregon, and Littleton, Colorado school shootings.
|Don Alwes, is a trainer and consultant with 24 years of law enforcement experience. He is a lead instructor for the National Tactical Officers Association in the areas of school and workplace violence and active shooter response. For 15 years, Don has served as an adjunct instructor for Kentucky's Department of Criminal Justice Training. He has instructed law enforcement personnel in active shooter response/rapid deployment, terrorism, homeland security, school and workplace violence, firearms, tactics, vulnerability assessment, and executive development.
|Dr. Scott Poland
MENTAL HEALTH AND SCHOOL VIOLENCE: Lessons learned from the front lines for Prevention and Interventions