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Audio Conference At-a-Glance
Tuesday, April 18 • 12 – 1:30 p.m. ET Involving SROs and Law Enforcement: Legal Considerations Regarding Students With Disabilities Presented by Teri E. Engler, Esq.
With concerns about school safety at an all-time high, so are concerns about a potentially conflicting issue — disproportionate disciplinary practices with respect to students with disabilities. This audio seminar is the ideal opportunity to ensure all your school personnel know current legal requirements when involving School Resource Officers and community police in behavior-related situations.
With her decades of experience in special education and disability law, attorney Teri Engler will explain your legal mandates as well as what you need to know about the latest case law, so you and all your staff are prepared to respond to the next safety issue that arises in a way that avoids common legal pitfalls.
Plus, you’ll explore the different concerns when involving SROs and community law enforcement in these disciplinary matters, including:
Teri E. Engler, Esq., is a partner at Engler Callaway Baasten & Sraga, LLC, which focuses its practice on the representation of public school districts and special education joint agreements. For the past three decades, she has concentrated in the areas of special education/disability law and other student issues. She has successfully represented Illinois school districts and special education cooperatives in administrative and judicial proceedings, including proceedings under the IDEA, Section 504 and the ADA. Ms. Engler has served on the Illinois Attorney General’s Special Committee on Special Education, the Illinois Council of School Attorneys’ Executive and Special Education Committees, and the Special Education Advisory Board of National-Louis University. She regularly lectures on special education and other school law topics at local, state and national conferences, training programs, and webinars.