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Training Date Registration link:
PFA Level 1 October 27, 2020
PFA Level 1 November 10, 2020
Basic Threat Assessment November 19 and 20, 2020
Advanced Threat Assessment: Intervention January 8, 2021
Advanced Threat Assessment: Communication January 20, 2021
PFA Level 2 January 12, 2021
PFA Level 1 January 13, 2021
PFA Level 2 February 9, 2021
PFA Level 1 February 10, 2021
Advanced Threat Assessment: Communication February 17, 2021
Basic Threat Assessment March 3 and 4, 2021
PFA Level 2 March 9, 2021
PFA Level 3 March 30, 2021
PFA Level 3 April 13, 2021

Please note:  All training is now virtual training until further notice. Basic Threat Assessment training is a prerequisite to taking either the Advanced Communication or Intervention Threat Assessment trainings listed.

Standard Response Protocol training is available for all schools in Nebraska. Contact Jolene Palmer at the Nebraska Department of Education to set up a training in your area.

Dr. Mario Scalora and Dr. Denise Bulling of the University of Nebraska Public Policy Center are partnering with Dr. Jolene Palmer, the Nebraska Department of Education Safety and Security Director, to conduct basic and advanced threat assessment training for Nebraska schools. The training is sponsored by local Educational Service Units in all areas of the state and features guidelines created by the Public Policy Center that translate the science and practice of threat assessment for use by local school and community teams. Participants in the training include educators, administrators, law enforcement, mental health, public health, and human resource professionals around the state of Nebraska. This training utilizes a threat assessment strategy specifically tailored for rural settings and other schools with limited resources.

Updated November 20, 2020 11:34am