Lessons Learned From Oxford High School Shooting

In this webinar, we discuss the recent school shooting at Oxford High School in Michigan, and how to prevent future school shootings.

In this webinar, we discuss the recent school shooting at Oxford High School in Michigan, and answer several important questions:

1. What is a BTAM and what purpose does it serve? How often does a BTAM team meet and is training needed?

2. Oxford dots. What did they get right? What did they miss? How can we learn from this? What are the greatest takeaways for us as educators and parents?

3. What are the 4 stages of  the pathway to violence ( would love you to use the same slides you used last time)

4. As budgets are setting up in February, and ESSER and other funds are coming down, what should districts spend money on as it relates to school safety? What should they consider?

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About the Author

Clayton Cranford
Clayton Cranford is a retired Sergeant from Orange County Sheriff's Department in California and owner of Total Safety Solutions LLC. Clayton is one of the nation’s leading law enforcement educators on social media, child safety, and behavioral threat assessments. Clayton is the author of the definitive book on cyber safety for families, “Parenting in the Digital World.” Clayton has more than 20 years of teaching experience and was awarded the 2015 National Bullying Prevention Award from the School Safety Advocacy Council, and the 2015 American Legion Medal of Merit. Clayton was a member of the County's Behavioral Threat Assessment Team, Crisis Negotiation Team, School Resource Officer program, and Juvenile Bureau.