Munthe, Sweden School Safety
Professional and Founder of the International School Safety Association (ISSA)
Keys-Europe Managing Director
Certified by the
National School Safety
Certified by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Has developed special
methods for preventing Workplace Violence through his programs Safe
Workplace and Safe School;
Working with the effect of
media violence on children in connection with Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, (ret.)
- Killology Research Group, Arkansas, USA.
Trained and certified by
NSSC, National School Safety Center and John Jay College of Criminal
Justice, USA, School Safety Leadership, 2000.
A member of IASSP (International
Association of School Safety Professionals) since 1999
Was a "Fellow member" of the
American Institute of Stress, for 1999
Is a member of the Swedish
Association of Narcotic Police, SNPF
Has written numerous articles
about how to prevent work place violence, conflict management and self
Also written Books about
Martial Arts, Safe Work and Conflict Management
Is during autumn of 2004
releasing his book about school safety in Sweden.
During spring 2005 his
memoirs from his life in the Martial Arts are planned for celebrating the 30
year anniversary of ninjutsu in Europe.
Martial Arts - Budo
Since 1958 Bo has trained and
studied the Ancient Japanese Martial Arts, Budo. He is entitled shihan
(master instructor) and shidoshi (teacher of the warrior
Is a black belt in a
multitude of them, i.e. judo (1 dan 1973), jiujitsu (6 dan 1988), Bujinkan
Budo Taijutsu - ninjutsu (9 dan 1993).
Introduced ninjutsu 1975, now
under the name of
Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu, to Sweden and
during some years in the 1980-s in different countries of Europe. Called the
Grandfather of European Ninjutsu.
Ninpo Goshinjutsu Mu Te Jinen Ryu
Awarded the highest
distinction in Swedish Budo by the Swedish Budo Federation (1997) and Bu-fu
yukosho, honorary medal in gold (1985) by Soke Masaaki Hatsumi, Japan.
Sgt Curtis Rutt, M.B.
Keys-Canada Managing Director
Serving as the Training Sergeant for a Canadian
Police Force in Ontario, Canada
Sgt Rutt was awarded the Medal of Bravery in 2001
from Her Excellency the Right Honourable Adrienne Clarkson, Governor General
of Canada for a police diving incident.
Sgt. Rutt has over 17 years law enforcement
He has served as a Patrol and Street Crime
Officer, Drug Enforcement Officer, Police Motorcycle Officer
Tactical Officer (S.W.A.T.)
Underwater Search and Recovery Specialist and
Use of Force Trainer
Defensive Tactics Instructor
Tactical Firearms Instructor
Search and Rescue Incident Commander
Immediate Action/Rapid Deployment Instructor
Certified Trainer in Assessing the
Potentially Dangerous Student.
Mark Krain, Ph.D.
Professor in the School of Social Work
He was the Chairperson of the Assessment
Faculty of the University of Arkansas at
Little Rock (UALR) Masters Degree Program in Gerontology for 12 years and is a
specialist in assessment of critical thinking in the School of Social Work.
He specializes in assessment and
evaluation in education and human services.
He was Special Assistant for
Assessment of Student Learning to the University Provost for two years and
assessment specialist in the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR)
College of Professional Studies for an additional six months.
He has designed quantitative faculty
evaluation systems based on
Scaling techniques, and he applies those techniques to diverse areas
in education and human services.
He presents papers on applications of
performance evaluation techniques at professional and scientific
His approach to the evaluation of
educational and human service programs focuses on the specification and
attainment of measurable performance outcomes.
He focuses on quantitative, but
non-statistical, techniques that are immediately and intuitively
interpretable in common sense terms.
He specializes in techniques that use
ordinary, easily calculated arithmetic steps that lead to powerful and valid
determinations of whether or not pre-specified objectives have been
He is currently employed as
the Director of Lake County Regional Office of Education - Illinois and
Director over the P.A.S.S. Program (Positive
Alternative Student Services).
His experience includes:
Illinois Type 75 Educational
Dept. of Correction –
Illinois Association for Educating At-Risk Youth
National Dropout Prevention
for Government Meeting Planners (SGMP)
National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO)
Past Supervisor – Juvenile
Probation Dept. Reg III
Residential Counseling for
Youth services and Truancy
Consulting services public
Juvenile justice systems
Program development, grant
planning, and implementation
Expertise working with high
risk minority youth and families
Institute for Court
Safe & Drug Free School
planning and implementation
Increasing attendance for
hard to serve youth
Hispanic Educational Summit
Social & emotional
Pacific Institute – Social
GPS (Global Positioning
Satellites Tracking System) monitoring of truant & delinquent youth
Strategies for reaching
disruptive and angry students
Creating caring communities
Career & workforce
development for youth
Expert Guest Speaker:
A featured speaker on WGN
Channel 9 news (Community rally against violence)
A featured speaker on
numerous radio shows discussing violence prevention, truancy, and keeping
kids in school
United Way of Lake County’s
Testified before the
Illinois State Senate regarding the implementation of the Illinois Safe
Testified at the Illinois
State Senate Truancy hearings regarding new legislation
Steven M. Claus
34+ years in law enforcement.
Currently employed with the City of Port St. Lucie
Police Department, Port St. Lucie, Florida.
Federal Bureau of
Investigation National Academy, Graduate 201st class
2004 – Present Day Shift Commander, Road Patrol.
Past Commander of Community Programs,
School Resource Officers, DARE, Juvenile
Police Athletic League, Police Explorers,
Domestic Violence Counselor, Victim Advocates,
Adjunct Professor, Indian River Community
College for 20+ years instructing Line Supervision and Middle Management
Past Commander of:
K-9, SWAT, Sniper Team, Traffic Unit,
Field Training Program and Community Policing
Retired, United States Air Force – (27 years),
State and National Recognition:
Development of Oxycontin awareness “Town
Participation in the Development of a
step-by-step strategy to implementing an outcome-oriented performance
assessment process for School Resource Officers.
Officer of the Quarter,
Outstanding Service Award
Richard J. Sackville, MBA, SAPA, CCDC
of Business Administration (MBA)
Substance Abuse Program Administrator
Certified Chemical Dependency Counselor
Founded “American Institute for a Drug Free
Workplace” in 1985 to serve as a battlefront for the war on drugs.
Developer of the five-part drug awareness
Co-development of the Drug Free Family kit, to “Help
Co-development of the Drug Free Business kit to
“Help Your Business”
Wrote, developed and published the nationally
recognized “Managers and Supervisors Workbook/Manual for Prevention
Substance Abuse in the Workplace”
DOT, DOD, FAA and other governmental bodies
Provide programs to improve corporate America
bottom line profit.
Development and implementing of drug free
workplace policies and procedures.
Substance Abuse Program Administrator providing
governmental required certification training.
Certified Chemical Dependency Counselor and
Faith Based Counselor
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