A Summit on West Virginia Safe Schools

Practical, local steps to prevent and prepare for school violence.
Educators and law enforcement working together for safe schools.

Title: U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin presents "E.O.D.: Equal Opportunity Destroyer"

Description: "E.O.D.: Equal Opportunity Destroyer," developed through a partnership between the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of West Virginia and the Huntington Police Department, and funded by a grant from the West Virginia Division of Justice and Community Services, is designed as an educational tool for young people to illustrate the harmful effects of abusing prescription drugs.

WV Safe Schools - Download the Report
Click here for the West Virginia Safe Schools Summit Video Footage

Photo Gallery

Click here to view a photo gallery from the event.

Thank you to those who attended A Summit on West Virginia Safe Schools on February 6, 2013 at the Culture Center in Charleston, WV. Thanks to those as well who joined us online. We hope to continue the conversation through our website. To view video clips of the summit, please click at right.

Attendance certificates will be provided to attendees in the near future.

Continuing Education Credits will be offered for education professionals and law enforcement personnel.

Office of the United States Attorney,
Southern District of West Virginia
West Virginia Department of Military Affairs
& Public Safety
West Virginia Division of Justice
and Community Services

In partnership with:
West Virginia State Police
West Virginia Department of Education
West Virginia Center for Professional Development
West Virginia School Building Authority

Special thanks to:
Cabell County Schools