Supporting Safe and Positive Colorado Schools
The mission of the Colorado School Safety Resource Center (CSSRC) is to assist educators, emergency responders, community organizations, school mental health professionals, parents and students to create safe, positive and successful school environments for Colorado students in all pre K-12 and higher education schools.
Events & Training
Upcoming CSSRC Virtual Trainings
|All CSSRC Virtual Trainings||Date|
|Basics of Restorative Practice||Fri. Sept. 30, 2022|
|Bridging the Gap: How to Better Help BIPOC Families Access Mental Health Resources||Mon. Oct. 10, 2022|
- Other Upcoming CSSRC Virtual Trainings
Online Training Date More Virtual Trainings Soon
*** Colorado Department of Public Safety (CDPS) is committed to the full inclusion of all individuals. As part of this commitment, CSSRC will ensure reasonable accommodations are provided to enable all people to engage fully in our trainings, meetings and events. To request accommodations, please send an email directly to Isaac.Baah@state.co.us at least two weeks before the event. Please make sure also to let the Center know if you need any of the materials in an alternative format. Thank you! ***
- CSSRC Online Search Document Library
In order to provide easier access to search for and find training, guidelines, articles, assessment tools, and other resources, the Center has created this Online Search Document Library repository.
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Claire Davis School Safety Act
This Act imposes a limited waiver of sovereign immunity for schools if a school fails to exercise “reasonable care” to protect all students, faculty and staff from “reasonably foreseeable” acts of violence that occurs at school or a school-sponsored activity. Learn More about Claire Davis School Safety Act (C.R.S. 24-10-106.3) Resource Page
Child abuse hotline
Call 1-844-CO-4KIDS to report concerns of child abuse and neglect statewide. Learn More about CO-4-Kids
SAMSHA Bullying App
SAMHSA’s bullying prevention efforts include the KnowBullying app, a free smartphone tool that provides information and guidance on ways to prevent bullying and build resilience in children. The KnowBullying app can be downloaded unto either iOS® Devices or Android™ Devices.