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MEDIA ADVISORY: San Diego Unified School Police and Students Speaking Out to Celebrate 20 years of Student Safety with Awareness Assemblies, PSA Video Contest

MEDIA ADVISORY: San Diego Unified School Police and Students Speaking Out to Celebrate 20 years of Student Safety with Awareness Assemblies, PSA Video Contest
Posted on 10/08/2019

San Diego Unified School District

MEDIA ADVISORY

October 7, 2019

San Diego Unified School Police and Students Speaking Out to Celebrate 20 years of Student Safety with Awareness Assemblies, PSA Video Contest

San Diego Unified School District Police partner with Crime Stoppers and sponsor Hollandia Dairy, San Diego County Credit Union, and Cox Communications to empower students to mMake Schools, communities safer

WHAT: Media are invited to attend the Scripps Ranch High School “Students Speaking Out” awareness assembly presented by San Diego Unified School Police Officer Bradley Soto and Crime Stoppers. Assembly will be followed by the unveiling of the new Students Speaking Out vehicle.

WHEN: Wednesday, October 7, 9:45 to 10:45 a.m.

WHERE: Scripps Ranch High School, 10410 Falcon Way, San Diego, CA 92131

DETAILS: Students Speaking Out, is a partnership between school districts, law enforcement agencies, and Crime Stoppers. The program serves 180,000 students, with Crime Stoppers depending on the commitment of schools to effectively implement the program. Through partnership and communication, the program can help to make schools safer by “Keeping kids safer one tip at a time.”

The San Diego Unified Police Services Department, in collaboration with the Integrated Youth Services Division, is holding a Public Service Announcement Video campaign. Students have until Jan. 31 to create a 30-second PSA video and enter it into the contest. The goal of this campaign is to encourage and empower each student to report suspicious and/or criminal activities happening on our school campuses to law enforcement, school staff, anonymously by calling Crime Stoppers or by using the Crime Stoppers P3 App. Past videos can be viewed at:

Call to Action:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XiF2fQ2Hp8RKgkkgDb9CqGwcrF3ltove

Students Speaking Out (English)
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1OSCqVsSBHCZY90YJghonneIxyCjcd-T8

Students Speaking Out (Spanish)
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Q7tjVd1t8EtLeTAF1z9vrzwS0MYy4M0O

Getting the Help You Need:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1o1akA0jORaeRRfZR_GE9oF89tdvns_ql/view

Surface Tension:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SOC9wOCyfJ1FwF6Ej5k5jHyM63qlQ5Da/view?usp=sharing

Video Submission:

Videos must be submitted before midnight (12:00AM PST) January 31, 2020 via email to Katherine Aud kaud@sandi.net.

SPEAKERS: Scripps Ranch High students, San Diego Unified School Police Chief Mike Marquez, Deputy Adriana Uribe, San Diego County Crime Stoppers Deputy Marcial Lopez, San Diego Crime Stoppers Officer Mark Herring, and Scripps Ranch High Principal Nicole Dewitt

VISUALS/SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

10:00. - 10:20 a.m. Students Speaking Out Assembly

10:30 - 10:45 a.m. 1:1 Speaker Interview, Students Speaking Out Mobile Unveiling

Media Inquiries: Isabella McNeil, San Diego Unified School District, 619-341-2343 Imcneil@Sandi.net

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