Identifying Threats & Keeping Schools Safe-Byron

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Capacity: 300 - Available: 259
Date: Wednesday, June 26, 2024
Registration Deadline: Saturday, June 1, 2024
Time: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Instructor Location:
Byron Middle School
850 N. Colfax Street
Byron, IL
Instructor: Phil Chalmers,
Criminal Profiler & True Crime Writer

Members' Fee: $0
Sworn Non-Members' Fee: $0
Non-Members' Fee: $0

This Course has been approved by ILETSB to meet the following mandates:

Cultural Competency 1 Hour

Procedural Justice 3 Hours




This live training is classroom based, is fast-moving and edgy, and contains hundreds of crime scene photos and active shooting videos. Chalmers pulls no punches as he walks his attendees through the world of homicide and murder, which can be a very dark place. He educates his attendees about the worlds of teen murder, school shooters, crime prevention, youth culture, mass murders, and serial murder.



1. Attendees will learn the causes, warning signs and triggers of juvenile homicide and school shooters, helping them identify these killers before they kill.

2. Attendees will learn how to keep their schools and families safe, taking home real-life information that they can enact and teach their families to do as well.

3. Attendees will learn about dangerous and violent youth culture, including violent first-first-person shooter video games, violent music, torture films, torture pornography, dangerous social media, and dangerous phone apps.

4. Attendees will learn the warning signs and myths of today’s mass murderers and serial killers, what drives them, and how to spot them before they kill. Phil’s book “Inside the Mind of a Teen Killer” has been extremely helpful to school employees and law enforcement.



Phil Chalmers differentiates himself by talking directly to his training subjects. He personally interviews teen killers, school shooters, mass murderers, and serial killers, sharing his extensive research of what motives drive killers to their homicidal actions, and how we can prevent them from killing and keep our kids and families safe.



Law enforcement in all areas, school resource officers, prosecutors, D.A.R.E. Officers, detectives, homicide investigators, sheriffs, sheriffs’ deputies and police officers, police chiefs, military officers, corrections officers, school administrators, principals, teachers, school superintendents, youth workers, judges, probation officers, and youth counselors.