COMMUNITY THREAT ASSESSMENT AND SUPPORT PROTOCOL
APRIL 10 2017
Violent events in schools are often predicted in advance by students threatening before carrying out acts of violence.
To react quickly and in an organized way to that threat is behind the Regina Human Services Partnership Community Threat and Assessment Protocol signed April 10 by representatives of the partnership. The Protocol is called a collaborative response to student threat-making behaviours. Regina Public and Catholic School Divisions, Regina Police Service, Ministry of Social Services, Qu’Appelle Health Region Child and Youth Services, Ministry of Justice, Corrections and Policing, Regina Open Door Society, Regina Fire and Protective Services and City of Regina Community Services make up the current partnership but more could be added when training is competed.
Regina Police Chief Evan Bray said the Protocol is important because it formalizes a partnership that already exists. “...Read More