The CSSRC provides free consultation, resources, training, and technical assistance to foster safe and secure learning environments, positive school climates, and early intervention to prevent crisis situations.
We support schools and local agencies in their efforts to prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from all types of emergencies and crisis situations.
Information and resources from the CSSRC are available to all schools, school officials, and community partners throughout the State of Colorado.
Colorado School Safety Resource Center flyer highlighting trainings, consultations and technical assistance available at NO-COST throught the state.
CSSRC Brochure Expanded and highlighted additional information about the School Safety Resource Center. Compatible with trifold printing.
Read a Summary of the Center's 2013 Needs Assessment Survey of Colorado Schools
The mission of the Colorado School Safety Resource Center is to collaboratively assist local schools and communities to create safe and positive school environments for Colorado students in all pre-k and higher education schools.
The Colorado School Safety Resource Center (CSSRC) was created by State legislation in 2008. Senate Bill 08-001 (C.R.S. Section 24-33.5-1801, et seq.) was signed by Governor Ritter in May, 2008.
Contact CSSRC at 303-239-4435 or CDPS_School_Safety_Center@state.co.us.