Hello and welcome to an introduction to SafeVoice. 

SafeVoice is a 24-hour tip taking and response system focused on school safety and student well-being that relies on key relationships with the Nevada Department of Public Safety (DPS), local/school law enforcement, designated school teams, and behavioral health response professionals.

Brief Description:  This course is for educators and administrators involved in the SafeVoice program and part of the Multi-Disciplinary Teams (response to tips). 

The SafeVoice Program enables any person to report to the Program any dangerous, violent or unlawful activity which is being conducted, or is threatened to be conducted, on school property, at an activity sponsored by a public school, on a school bus of a public school or by a pupil enrolled at a public school.

Any information relating to any such dangerous, violent or unlawful activity, or threat thereof, received by the Program is confidential and, except as otherwise authorized pursuant to subsection 2 and NRS 388.1458, must not be disclosed to any person.

                    SafeVoice receives tips and sends them to Law Enforcement and/or the School for follow-up /investigation and response

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Handle with Care (SafeVoice) receives notifications from Law Enforcement and sends the information to the School for them to follow-up if needed

Minimum Passing Score: 70% on the Final Exam

Credit Hours: TBD

How to Enroll: Student self-enrollment. Click on the course name.

Pass-coded:  To obtain the passcode, please contact Dr. Charles M. Russo @ crusso@doe.nv.gov

How to receive credit for this course: Upon successful completion of the course, print your certificate. Give the certificate (or copy) to your agency single-point-of-contact so that the course credit can be added into your training record.


Hello and welcome.  

We are so excited to connect with you regarding Nevada's School Safety Specialists

We here at the Nevada Department of Education are here to support your success and the safety and security of out schools. 

Please connect with us for Safety training, collaboration ideas, questions, grant funding support and more (P: 775-687-9134; E: crusso@doe.nv.gov). 

Intended Audience & How to Enroll:  

This module is designed for staff identified as School Safety Specialists as a means to help them build and improve their understanding of their roles and responsibilities. To join the class, simply click the course title, click go, and begin. 

Required Training (NRS 388.1323 - Completion of the following courses within one year of hire):

  1. Training regarding methods, procedures and practice for recognizing bullying and cyber-bullying behaviors;

Hello and welcome.  

We are so excited to connect with you regarding Nevada's School Safety Specialists

We here at the Nevada Department of Education are here to support your success and the safety and security of out schools. 

Please connect with us for Safety training, collaboration ideas, questions, grant funding support and more (P: 775-687-9134; E: crusso@doe.nv.gov). 

Intended Audience & How to Enroll:  

This module is designed for staff identified as School Safety Specialists as a means to help them build and improve their understanding of their roles and responsibilities. To join the class, simply click the course title, click go, and begin. 

Required Training (NRS 388.1323 - Completion of the following courses within one year of hire):

  1. Training regarding effective intervention and remediation strategies regarding bullying and cyber-bullying;

Hello and welcome.  

We are so excited to connect with you regarding Nevada's School Safety Specialists

We here at the Nevada Department of Education are here to support your success and the safety and security of out schools. 

Please connect with us for Safety training, collaboration ideas, questions, grant funding support and more (P: 775-687-9134; E: crusso@doe.nv.gov). 

Intended Audience & How to Enroll:  

This module is designed for staff identified as School Safety Specialists as a means to help them build and improve their understanding of their roles and responsibilities. To join the class, simply click the course title, click go, and begin. 

Required Training (NRS 388.1323 - Completion of the following courses within one year of hire):

  1. Training regarding methods for reporting violations of NRS 388.135; and

Hello and welcome.  

We are so excited to connect with you regarding Nevada's School Safety Specialists

We here at the Nevada Department of Education are here to support your success and the safety and security of out schools. 

Please connect with us for Safety training, collaboration ideas, questions, grant funding support and more (P: 775-687-9134; E: crusso@doe.nv.gov). 

Intended Audience & How to Enroll:  

This module is designed for staff identified as School Safety Specialists as a means to help them build and improve their understanding of their roles and responsibilities. To join the class, simply click the course title, click go, and begin. 

Required Training (NRS 388.1323 - Completion of the following courses within one year of hire):

  1. Information on and referral to available resources regarding suicide prevention and the relationship between bullying or cyber-bullying and suicide, including, without limitation, resources for pupils who are members of groups at a high risk of suicide. Such groups include, without limitation, the groups described in subsection 3 of NRS 388.256.

Introduction to SEAD

Hello and welcome.  We are so excited to connect with you and explore how social, emotional, and academic development (SEAD) can help us improve the quality of school, work, and life across Nevada.  

Recognizing that each educator is on their own unique SEAD journey with individualized opportunities to use SEAD in their work, this professional learning community (PLC) will facilitate personalized, meaningful social-emotional development through small group engagement and practical application.  

In this PLC, we honor the rare opportunity to explore sensitive content in a safe and respectful space. Our hope is that you, as a State change agent, will continue applying SEAD throughout your work and positively impact student success and wellness. 

We here at the Nevada Department of Education are here to support your success and wellness. Please connect with us for SEAD training, collaboration ideas, questions, grant funding support and more (P: 775-687-9134; E: osrle@doe.nv.gov). 


Intended Audience & How to Enroll:  

This module is designed for educators, administrators, school staff, specialized instructional support professionals, and parents who interact with youth as a means to help them build and improve their understanding of social emotional skills. To join the class, simply click the course title, click go, and begin. 

CEU Credit Hours: 15

How to receive professional credit for this course: Upon successful completion of the course, save/print your certificate(s). Give a copy of the certificate(s) to your agency single-point-of-contact so that the course credit can be reported to POST and added into your training record. Contact Debbie Williams with questions at debbiewilliams@doe.nv.gov. 

State of Nevada Board of Examiners for Social Workers
Contact Debbie Williams with questions at debbiewilliams@doe.nv.gov.