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School Resource Officers

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Completion of this application does not indicate acceptance into the program. A Partners Against Hate staff member will notify all applicants one month in advance of the scheduled program whether or not they have been selected to participate.
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How Hate Crime Response and Prevention Training Works
Participants will be responsible for travel expenses to and from the training site. The one-day training focuses on two interrelated topics: (1) preventing and responding to bias-motivated harassment in schools and (2) responding to and investigating hate crimes in schools. The training will be interactive, combining small group discussions, videos, expert speakers, and group problem solving. The training will include the following topics:
  • The elements of hate crime laws.
  • The relationship between the 1st Amendment and hate crime laws.
  • Identifying possible hate crimes.
  • Investigating and responding to hate crimes.
  • Understanding the impact of harassment on individual targets and school climate.
  • Effective intervention strategies for addressing harassment.
  • The role of school resource officers in developing and implementing harassment and hate crime prevention programs.
Participants will receive key information and skills for intervening in incidents of bias-motivated behavior and degrading slurs within schools. Additionally, the training will provide school resource officers with an understanding of key tasks involved in responding to and investigating hate crimes.
Requirements for Response and Prevention Training Candidates
Eligibility is limited to school resource officers.

The next training will be held in...
Riverside, CA,  the week of May 10, 2004. THIS TRAINING IS FULL. 

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