What is Threat Assessment:

Behavioral threat assessment for K-12 schools is a process of identification, investigation, management, and assessment around school threats that is a team-based approach to determine the best ways to help, mitigate, and support a person or persons away from violence to themselves or others.

The Montana Safe Schools Center, School Safety Specialist, Jeff McDonald is a certified Master Trainer in the Department of Homeland Security National Threat Evaluation and Reporting Program. A 2-hour overview of how to build a threat assessment team or a two-day course can be provided to train school personnel.

Please contact Jeff McDonald
t: 406-243-4976 | e: jeffrey.mcdonald@mso.umt.edu 

For more information on the Department of Homeland Security National Threat Evaluation and Reporting Program please see: http://www.dhs.gov/national-threat-evaluation-and-reporting-program