The Briefings: A National School Safety Symposium
Practical measures presented by nationally recognized practitioners of school safety.
The Winter Briefings are a go! We’ll be virtual—same great content, fewer hugs.
SAVE THE DATE FOR 2021 BRIEFINGS!
Winter: February 4 and 5, 2021 | Summer: July 11-14, 2021
ABOUT THE BRIEFINGS: A National School Safety Symposium
The Briefings is a nationally-recognized school safety symposium ideally suited for educators, school safety teams, first responders, emergency and risk managers, victim advocates, mental health professionals. Topics explored include lessons learned from traumatic events and new, preemptive school safety measures. The focus is on proactive, measured and effective methods of keeping schools safe and is designed to provide a number of takeaways that districts, departments and agencies can implement immediately.
The Briefings have experienced tremendous growth over the past few years. Response to the symposium is always positive and attendees seem eager to share their experience.
“That was some of the most impactful, relevant and well-produced material I have been witness to. The flow was smooth, the breaks were adequate and the speakers were outstanding.”
“I already shared with several people back in California. It was easily the most impactful, meaningful, and emotional conference I have ever been to in my career. You definitely have an advocate when it comes to getting people to go next year!”
The Briefings is not open to the public, and attendees will be asked to show an agency or organization I.D. upon check-in. The Briefings School Safety Symposiums are hosted by The I Love U Guys Foundation. If you would like to organize a Briefings School Safety Symposium in your region, please contact us.
Contact us: Use the contact form below, call 303-426-3100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for all inquiries.
Audience: Law enforcement, school personnel, victim advocates, mental health professionals, emergency and risk managers, school safety teams and all first responders.