Michael Dorn to Keynote 2017 NextGen School Safety Conference

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NextGen School Safety Keynote Speaker Michael Dorn has seen unfortunate repercussions experienced by schools that had only one lockdown option available to employees.

Watch Michael Dorn make a case for implementing 2 lockdown options for school employees.

SafeHavens International Executive Director and former Chief of Police Michael Dorn will present a keynote session entitled Beyond Active Shooter – Preventing and Preparing for Active Shooter, Active Killer and Acts of Terrorism in Atlanta.  He will also conduct breakout sessions during the main conference.

At the NextGen School Safety Conference, school safety coordinators, school resource officers, principals, heads of school, superintendents, board members, student services directors, risk management directors, loss control coordinators, health services coordinators, school nurses and human resources personnel will come together to focus on all aspects of improving the physical safety of students and educators.  REGISTER NOW!

ATLANTA: June 21 – June 24, 2017
(until Jan. 31st)
(until Jan. 31st)
(Includes: 2 Pre-Conference Sessions + Early Bird Conference Registration)
Regular Price: $550
(Includes entrance into all general sessions, breakout sessions, exhibits, morning and afternoon refreshments) Regular Price: $450


Michael Dorn
Safety Expert
Rick Shaw
Prevention & Threat Expert
Dr. Pedro Noguera
Sociologist, Author, Expert on Impact of Society & Culture on Schools
Baruti Kafele
Award-Winning Urban Principal, School Turnaround Specialist

The NextGen School Safety Conference ATLANTA (June 21 – 24, 2017)  The 2017 Wired Differently Conference will be held at the Renaissance Waverly Hotel in Atlanta, a AAA 4-Diamond hotel in the Galleria area of Atlanta, within walking distance of Suntrust Part, and convenient to Cumberland Mall and Vinings Jubilee.  (Pre-Conference Sessions will be held June 21st.  The main conference will begin on June 22nd at 8:20 am.)  The 2017 Innovative Schools Summit Atlanta will feature:

  • The Wired Differently Conference
  • The School Discipline Conference
  • At-Risk & Struggling Students Conference

A limited number of rooms are available at a special conference room rate of  $159/night. The name of the block is Innovative Schools Summit.  To make your reservations, call 1-888-391-8724.


Proposals for presentations are now being accepted for NextGen School Safety Conference in Atlanta!  Please submit the proposal form online or fax to 888-372-6061 or email your completed proposal form to pd@accutrain.com.  Presenters are required to register for the conference – discounts apply for on-time registrations.


The NextGen School Safety Conference is part of the Innovative Schools Summit in Atlanta.  NextGen School Safety Conference attendees enjoy access to all Summit keynote presenters and breakout sessions on a space-available basis.  Our attendees truly appreciate this multi-conference setup.  Here are a few of their comments:

“I liked the variety in sessions offered. I also appreciate the fact that attendees could attend sessions from other conferences that did not pertain to their specific conference of choice.”

“The variety of topics and the quality of speakers is great!”

“I appreciate the number of sessions available.”

March 3-5, 2017
June 21-24, 2017
June 27-30, 2017
Girl Bullying & Empowerment Conference School Discipline Conference School Discipline Conference
Counseling Strategies & Resources Conference Wired Differently Conference Girl Bullying & Empowerment Conference
NextGen School Safety Conference Innovative Teaching Strategies Conference
School Discipline Conference At-Risk Students
School Climate & Culture Forum

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