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Per Act 44, school districts must convene a team of individuals who proactively assess the conditions, policies, and procedures of the organization in order to prevent or reduce the chances that a potentially violent situation will occur. School-based threat assessment teams, CARES, meet on a regular basis with the common purpose of identifying, assessing, and managing students who may pose a threat of targeted violence in schools, and are usually composed of some combination of school administrators, teachers, counselors, and mental health professionals. 

District Level Threat Assessment Team Members

Superintendent of Schools

Directors of Secondary & Elementary Education

Director of Student Services

Supervisor of Operations

Safety and Security Coordinator

Local Police Chiefs

Council Rock School Resources Officers