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Teaching, Educating, and Mentoring (T.E.A.M.) School Liaison Program
The Michigan State Police, Grants and Community Services Division, Prevention Services Section, provide school liaison training for sworn officers and school liaison officers working with youth. Teaching, Educating, and Mentoring (T.E.A.M.) training focuses primarily on a proactive effort to make schools and communities safer, and on promoting responsible citizenship and positive character traits among students in grades K-12. Officers attending this training receive a 40-hour training program that introduces them to over 30 lesson plans they are able to personalize and present in their communities. Essential information regarding school violence, public speaking, school and community relations, and current trends are discussed. In addition to the teaching curriculum, officers receive training from content experts in student and juvenile psychology, classroom management, bullying and harassment, and school safety issues. This curriculum compliments the Michigan Model for Health Curriculum utilized by all schools in the state of Michigan. MCOLES REGISTERED
Upcoming T.E.A.M. Schools:
May 22-25, 2023
September 25-28, 2023
For more details and registration information go to MI-TRAIN.
For more information, contact: Sgt. Martin Miller, 616-312-5137 or email@example.com.