The Impact of Social Networking on Our Students and Staff: Considerations for School Safety and Personal Safety
Lt. Charles Cohen, Indiana State Police
Charles Cohen is a Lieutenant serving the Indiana State Police, where he has been employed since 1994. He is currently the Commander, Cybercrime and Investigative Technologies Section. In this capacity, Lt. Cohen is responsible for the cybercrime, electronic surveillance, technical services, and internet crimes against children units along with overseeing the department’s overt and covert criminal intelligencer function. He is also the Indiana Internet crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force Commander.
Scott Harvey, SpeakingOfHarvey.com
Scott Harvey is a Sergeant over the Community Services Division of the Nicholasville (KY) Police Department where he supervises School Resource Officers, D.A.R.E Program, Citizen’s Police Academy, Neighborhood Watches, and various other crime prevention programs in addition to other responsibilities. In 2010, Sgt. Harvey founded SpeakingOfHarvey.com where has presented to over 30,000 participants at school assemblies, staff trainings and conferences on social media and other topics.
Participants at this session will:
- Be introduced to the social networking platforms used more commonly by students
- Become better equipped to speak with students and staff about responsible social media use
- Learn the very real dangers associated with online social networking based on actual cases
- What should educators do to protect themselves as well as their students
There is no cost for this training. Professional Growth Points, CEU’s and Law Enforcement hours will be available.
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Penn High School Center for Performing Arts
56100 Bittersweet Road
Mishawaka, IN 46546
school administrators, school staff, school resource officers, law enforcement
Registration begins at 8:00 a.m.
Training hours will be 8:30-3:30, with a one hour break for lunch
Lunch will not be provided.
You will receive an e-mail confirmation once your registration is received. Questions regarding agenda or other considerations, please contact David Woodward at (317) 232-6975 or email@example.com.
This conference counts towards one day of school safety specialist annual certification renewal. Reminder for school safety specialists, two days of certification renewal training are required each year.