The 6th Annual School Safety Summit

May 15, 2019

Hosted by Slippery Rock University


A Two Part Program

80% of school shooters told someone of their violent plans. 59% told more than one person. (from the PA Attorney General’s website)

Part 1: Safe 2 Say Something

Each year in schools and communities across the United States, there are millions of youth who hurt themselves or others through verbal, physical and digital means. These behaviors can cause youth to experience emotional trauma and physical injury, mental health or wellness issues, stress, anxiety, and/or feelings of being unsafe. Too often the outcome results in self-harm, suicide or homicide.

The Safe2Say Something system teaches youth and adults how to recognize warning signs and signals, especially within social media, of individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others and say something, using our anonymous reporting system, BEFORE it is too late.

Mike Vereb, Director of Government Affairs from the PA Attorney General’s Office who spearheaded the team that established and implemented the Safe2Say program. Mike will present and share updates on the program and why and how it is an important part of keeping students, staff, schools and communities safe and secure.

Presenter: Mike Vereb followed by a Question and Answer Session You may submit questions in advance to Dr. Herbert W. Hunt at 

1,000,000 students reported being harassed, threatened or subject to other forms of cyberbullying. (from the PA Attorney General’s website)

70% of people who complete suicide told someone of their plans and gave some other warning sign. (from the PA Attorney General’s website)

Part 2: Bullying and Cyberbullying

An All Star Panel will share their expertise about:

        • legal implications
        • documentation
        • case studies
        • when law enforcement is involved
        • why they do it
        • respond to questions participants ask

Who should attend? Administrators, Counselors, School Resource Officers, Teachers, School Psychologist,  Local and State Police, Crisis Center Personnel, 911 Dispatchers, School Safety Committee Members, School Solicitors, School Board Members, Parents and Community Leaders.

If you have difficulty registering online or you have questions simply email the information to or call Herb Hunt at 724-494-0968. Your registration will be confirmed.

Thank You:

Slippery Rock University for Hosting

Dr. Keith Dils and the College of Education

Andrews & Price, Law Firm Pittsburgh for your support


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