Events

Events

  • Wed
    14
    Jan
    2015
    7:30 amOnline Webinar

    The Council of State Governments, author of the School Disciplined Consensus Report, in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Education will present a webinar on School Police Partnerships. SFY will be a speaker at this event.

  • Wed
    22
    Jul
    2015
    The White House, Washington D.C.

    The full day conference will advance a national conversation around discipline practices within the school building. Lisa Thurau from SFY will be participating in a panel discussion the Roles for Law Enforcement and the Courts. Also on the panel: the Director of the USDOJ office of the Comm Oriented Policing services (COPS) and Judge Teske from Clayton, GA.

  • Wed
    19
    Aug
    2015
    4:30 pmPerforming Arts Center, Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School, Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Rd, Oak Bluffs, MA

    Lisa Thurau, SFY Executive Director, will participate in a panel discussion entitled: Policing the Color Line and Getting to the Other Side. This event is free and open to the public. Hosted by the Institute for Race & Justice and sponsored by the Ford Foundation. More Info

  • Fri
    09
    Oct
    2015
    10:15–11:45 amHyatt Regency Columbus, Columbus, Ohio 43215

    Law enforcement officers and leaders in the law enforcement community gather for this two-day conference seeking opportunities to learn about the latest developments in public safety and criminal justice. The conference also allows all law enforcement agencies and law enforcement officials to connect with each other to discuss timely issues, program expansion interests, and technologies and techniques useful in fulfilling their duty to protect and serve. Presenters: Lisa Thurau, Executive Director, Strategies for Youth and Michael Walker, Executive Director, Partnerships for a Safer Cleveland.

  • Thu
    12
    Nov
    2015
    James Baldwin High School, New York City

    SFY will participate in a panel discussion and lead Juvenile Justice Jeopardy workshops.

  • Fri
    13
    Nov
    2015
    Northwestern University, Pritzker School of Law, Chicago

    SFY will participate in a panel discussion on policy policy.

  • Mon
    16
    Nov
    2015
    5:30 amNational Underground Railroad, Cincinnati , OH
    Lisa Thurau, from Strategies for Youth, will be a featured speaker at YOUTH LIVES MATTER: Solutions to Promote Equity and Justice, Improve Youth Outcomes and Build Safer Communities. This event, hosted by the Children’s Law Center, will continue the community dialogue on issues impacting our youth locally and present concrete solutions to invest in our youth, improve police/youth relations, reduce arrest and incarceration rates, and reduce racial disparities, while promoting safe communities.
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  • Thu
    19
    Nov
    2015
    8:00 amWilliamsburg Lodge, Williamsburg, VA

    The VSBA Annual Convention brings together school board members, superintendents, and school division staff from across Virginia. Lisa Thurau, SFY, will be one of the presenters at a breakout session entitled: Positive and Productive Policing.

Where We’re Currently Training Police

  • California
  • Indiana
  • Nebraska
  • Massachusetts

Past Policing the Teen Brain Training

  • Los Angeles Police Department, Los Angeles, CA
  • Fresno Police Department, Fresno, CA
  • Richmond Police Department, Richmond, CA
  • Cleveland Division of Police, Cleveland, OH
  • Virginia Beach Police Department, Virginia Beach, VA
  • Charlottesville Police Department, Charlottesville, VA
  • Syracuse City School District, Syracuse NY
  • New York School Resource Officers, Syracuse, NY
  • Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, Charlotte-Mecklenburg, NC
  • Eastern Massachusetts School Resource Officers, Cambridge, MA
  • Recovery School District School Security, New Orleans, LA

Past Juvenile Justice JeopardyTM Games

  • Brotherhood Crusade, Los Angeles, CA
  • James Wooten, Jr. Center, Los Angeles, CA
  • YouthBuild Programs, Los Angeles, CA
  • 180 Degrees, Second Chance Coalition, Minneapolis, MN
  • The Alliance House, Massachusetts Department of Youth Services, Stoneham, MA
  • Anthony D. Perkins Community Center, Boston Centers for Youth and Families, Dorchester, MA
  • Boys and Girls Club of Dorchester, Dorchester, MA
  • Cambridge Police Department, Cambridge, MA
  • Children’s Services of Roxbury, Inc., Roxbury, MA
  • Moore Youth Center, Cambridge, MA
  • National Organization of Youth Services (NOYS), Washington, D.C.
  • Reggie Lewis Center, Boston Centers for Youth and Families, Roxbury, MA
  • ROCA, Chelsea, MA
  • Roslindale Community Center, Roslindale, MA
  • Quincy High School, Quincy, MA