Training would include:

• Constitutional and civil rights of children in schools

• Child and adolescent development

• Trauma-informed approaches to working with youth

• Recognizing and responding to youth mental health issues

• Educational rights of students with disabilities, relationship of disability to behavior, and best practices

• Collateral consequences of arrest, prosecution, and court involvement

• Community resources that serve as an alternative to arrest

• Local and national disparities in the use of force and arrests of children

• De-escalation techniques

• State laws regarding restraint and isolation in schools

• Bias free policing and cultural competency including best practices

• Federal family educational rights and privacy act

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