Southern Section - The Administrator as a Detective

  • Tuesday, May 01, 2018
  • 8:00 AM
  • Friday, July 27, 2018
  • 12:00 PM
  • Hyatt Palm Springs
  • 66

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  • Southern Section is presenting a one day workshop focusing on the role of the school administrator as a detective. Everyday school administrators through California face challenges of substance abuse, protecting student’s rights keeping the district on firm legal grounds with the implementation of SB 395. This workshop will be informative and will provide strategies that will help administrators to do their job on a daily basis!

Registration for Southern Section's "The Administrator as a Detective" workshop, July 27th Workshop at the Hyatt Palm Springs.
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      SOUTHERN SECTION

The Administrator as a Detective 

What you must do, can and can't do!

Hyatt Palm Springs  (Special Room Rates) 

July 27, 2018

Registration 8:30 AM

Workshop 9:00 AM

Workshop Fee: $95

Southern Section is presenting a one day workshop focusing on the role of the school administrator as a detective.  Everyday school administrators through California face challenges of substance abuse, protecting student’s rights and keeping the district on firm legal grounds with the implementation of SB 395.  This workshop will be informative and will provide strategies that will help administrators to do their job on a daily basis!

 WORKSHOP PROGRAM 

Senate Bill 395, Law Enforcement and Interaction with Students Under 16 years of Age

Presenter:  S. Paul Park

Detective - San Diego Sheriff’s Department

Detective Park will present a workshop segment on the new law requiring students, under 16 years of age, to be counseled by a public defender/attorney before any interrogation by law enforcement.  He will be instructing and providing tips on how our participants can do a strong investigation. 

Detective Park has been working with the San Diego Sheriff's Department for 12 years. He started working in the Central Jail and later worked patrol. After working patrol, he was selected to work as a School Resource Officer at a high school within the Grossmont Union High School District. Detective Park is currently working as a detective in the Sheriff's Juvenile Unit.

 

Identification & Proper Handling of Controlled Substances

 

Presenter:  Deputy Brian Butcher

Valhalla High School SRO

San Diego Sheriff’s Department

Deputy Sheriff Butcher will conduct a session on identifying and proper handling of controlled substances that are often found in schools.  This session will  focus on what administrators will now need to do to be the lead investigator making a case for suspension/expulsion.   Deputy Sheriff Butcher will also focus on the do’s and don’ts necessary to ensure the proper process needed in order to file charges for students under the age of 16. Basically giving the workshop a “101 Level Course” on what you would have done in the past and now what you will do to comply with Senate Bill 395. 

Deputy Sheriff Butcher has been with the Sheriff’s Department for over 18 years.  He has been assigned to Detentions and Patrol where he served as a Training Officer in both.  He has worked as part of the Psychiatric Emergency Response Team (PERT.) He has also worked in area investigations, juvenile investigations, and with his station's “Crime Suppression Team.”  For the last 4 years, Deputy Sheriff Butcher has been assigned to a high school as a school resource officer. Deputy Sheriff Butcher teaches "Juvenile Law" to juvenile diversion classes, "Search and Seizure" to high school government classes, and provides trainings on "Options-Based Response" to school staffs.  Deputy Sheriff Butcher  has made dozens of drug arrests involving juveniles on school campuses.   Deputy Sheriff Butcher  will be bringing his experience and expertise to all in attendance!

 

The Investigative Process:  Protecting Students' Rights

Presenter:  Brian Lambert

Civil Rights Attorney

U. S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights

Brian Lambert, an attorney for the Office for Civil Rights, works to ensure equal treatment of students regardless of race, color, and national origin, age, gender, and disability. His work includes school discipline practices, reducing racial disparities in school discipline, language access for national origin minorities, equal treatment of students with disabilities, and preventing racial and gender harassment.  The Office for Civil Rights in San Francisco responds to individual complaints.  Brian will be presenting on their processes and practices.  He will provide insight on how to be on firm ground.

 

HYATT PALM SPRINGS 

285 N. Palm Canyon Drive

Palm Springs, California 92262

Special Room Rates for CASCWA Attendees: $104.00

Reservations: (760) 322-9000

Come and stay Thursday night for the "Street Fair."

 

This workshop is an authorized expenditure of:

LCFF, EHCY, TYS, Title 1, SIP, TUPE, and AB 1113 Funds.

CASCWA Federal Tax I.D.# 94-2914528

                 

 For more information about  CASCWA, Southern Section,  and this important workshop, please go to our “CASCWA Website” at:

http://cascwa.org/about-us/southern-section/

 

   

 

    
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