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In Why Are Our Kids Killing Kids? Dr. Petree presents a preparedness plan to alert school personnel to the reality of school violence and terrorist attacks and the how-to s of dealing with them head-on to help secure America's schools. This plan includes: Bringing together school administrators, teachers, counselors and psychologists, parents, security and police officers, and students to strategize and develop comprehensive intervention plans to enhance school safety. Training school personnel with the how-to s of dealing with an attack. Developing debriefing plans and training Critical Incident Response Teams to deal with the day after an attack. The purpose of these efforts is to protect our most valuable treasure our children.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR Dr. Henry Petree is the Critical Incident Officer for the Muskogee County Sheriff s office in Muskogee, Oklahoma, where he has been a Deputy since he responded to the I-40 bridge collapse in June of 2002. His duties include: directing the Oklahoma Education Critical Incident Network; responding to critical incidents on school campuses throughout the state of Oklahoma; and training school counselors, school psychologists, law enforcement personnel, and other key persons to respond in the aftermath of school crisis as well as responding to nonschool incidents in Muskogee County. He also directs The Law Enforcement Critical Incident Network, and the Fort Gibson Critical Incident Response Team. Six months prior to the school shooting on December 6, 1999, in Fort Gibson, Oklahoma, Dr. Petree had facilitated a Critical Incident Response Training in that very city. Several employees from the Fort Gibson school district attended that training session, and as certified responders, were immediately called to assist Dr. Petree when that crisis occurred. Since that time, Dr. Petree and his network have been called to scores of other school incidents throughout the state. Dr. Petree has many years of experience in helping people in times of crisis. He was involved in providing aid to the victims and families of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, the Oklahoma City Bombing, and the explosion at the Yaffe Metals Company in Muskogee. Additionally, he has responded to hundreds of homicides, suicides, fires, and auto accidents for over three decades. Dr. Petree has been instrumental in assisting fire departments, police departments, sheriffs offices, EMS, 151 petree-killing.qxp 7/12/2007 12:12 AM Page 151 as well as the private sector, in the aftermath of critical incidents. He is the Author of the book, Why Are Our Kids Killing Kids? and speaks regularly on a variety of topics that pertain to school safety and preparedness. He has spoken at state conferences for school superintendents, school board members, and school counselors. He is scheduled to speak at the national level in the fall of 2007 to school administrators from around the country. Dr. Petree regularly speaks on topics related to school violence and the aftermath of critical Incidents. Dr. Petree has made hundreds of presentations for school in-service programs, churches, and civic organizations, and has been a guest on several radio talk shows. Since the Oklahoma Education Critical Incident Network was formed in the fall of 2004, there have been over 400 critical incident counselors trained in Oklahoma. WHY ARE OUR KIDS KILLING KIDS? 152Review:
MUSKOGEE COUNTY SHERIFF S OFFICE Dear Friend, As the Chief Law Enforcement Officer in a rural county of 75,000 to 1 population, you sometimes feel immune from the violence of large metropolitan cities. These illusions were shattered on a bluebird morning at one of our rural schools, Fort Gibson Middle School. A sixth grader, from a higher income, middle-class family, hid a gun in his backpack and opened fire on his classmates. Five students suffered gunshot wounds. We were lucky in that all students survived the attack, but the reality of this occurrence reinforced the fact that, if it could happen here, it could happen anywhere. The State, the County, and the Community spent thousands of hours in an attempt to find cause and reason for this tragic event. The principal cause for these events in our nation normally follow typical social reasons: bullying by other students, class caste system, the haves against the have-nots, rivalry between racial or social groups, mental dysfunction, and in our case, no explainable reason other than opportunity and motivation to do something. As social scientists continue to study these tragic events, I am confident social policy will change forever. The reality is that it can and will continue to happen to us, wherever we may live. I want to congratulate the author in his attempt to provide insight to a real and frightening problem of violence in places where safety is taken for granted. Sincerely, Charles Pearson Muskogee County Sheriff --Muskogee County Sheriff's Office
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Book Description Dr. Henry M. Petree, 2007. Condition: New. Bobby Simpson (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M1604029072
Book Description Dr. Henry M. Petree, 2007. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 1st. edition. 152 pages. 8.30x5.50x0.60 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # 1604029072