New Webinar: Someone Saw Something, Someone Said Something

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Someone saw something, Someone said something

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In May of 2013, a 17-year-old in Oregon had planned to bomb his high school in an attack that was “specifically modeled” after Columbine. Benton County District Attorney John Haroldson noted that Grant Acord had every plan to top the 1999 Colorado attack.

button registerNowAlbany police became suspicious after they “received information that associated Acord with manufacturing a destructive device with the intent of detonating it at a school.”  West Albany High School’s principal sent a note to students’ parents, asking them to urge their children to come forward and speak with police if they knew anything about the plan.  And someone did. 

Someone saw something, someone said something.

In Wisconsin, police released more than 50 pages of reports that detailed an alleged plot by two teens to plant bombs at Wauwatosa East High School.  Police said the plan came to light after a classmate heard two teens talk about putting a small bomb in a stairwell that would lead people to another area — where a bigger explosive would be waiting.

Someone saw something, someone said something.

HarryRhulenCrisisTraining2Join Harry Rhulen, CEO, Firestorm Solutions, as he explores methods to foster reporting of suspicious activity in a safe manner, with examples of tools such as Safe2Tell®.  Safe2Tell® provides young people a way to report any threatening behaviors or activities endangering themselves or someone they know, in a way that keeps them safe and anonymous.

Firestorm will also share strategies during the webinar that will help your school effectively communicate the steps you are undertaking to make your campus a safer place.

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