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THREAT ASSESSMENT- See or hear something, say something

Ensuring safe environments for elementary and secondary school students, educators, administrators, and others is essential.

To that end, as per the National Threat Assessment Center (2018),

"There is no profile of a student attacker. There have been male and female attackers, high - achieving students with good grades as well as poor performers. These acts of violence were committed by students who were loners and socially isolated, and those who were well - liked and popular. Rather than focusing solely on a student’s personality traits or school performance, we can learn much more about a student’s risk for violence by working through the threat assessment process, which is designed to gather the most relevant information about the student’s communications and behaviors, the negative or stressful events the student has experienced, and the resources the student possesses to overcome those setbacks and challenges."

Therefore, the threshold for intervention should be relatively low, so if a concerning statement(s) or action(s) is made by an individual, the statement or action should be reported by clicking the Continue button below.

Please note this form may not be read immediately by school personnel. If this is an emergency, please contact 911 for immediate assistance.