Mitigation of Problematic Sexual Behavior within K-12 School Communities, A Multi-Disciplinary, Multi-Agency Approach
Apr 22, 2020 3:15 PM - 4:45 PM
Shelley Rutledge is a school psychologist and a licensed clinical social worker with the Salem-Keizer School District with extensive experience providing assessment and consultation services for special education and high risk student populations in both clinical and educational settings. She was the threat assessment coordinator for Willamette ESD until 2012 when she began the coordination of the Sexual Incident Response Committee (SIRC), providing program oversight, staff training and consultation regarding issues of problematic sexual behavior and criminal sexual misconduct for students grades Pre-K through Post High. Shelley also serves on Marion County’s MDT SBU-12 committee, the Mid Valley Student Threat Assessment Team, the Marion County Threat Advisory Team and is a board member of the Oregon Adolescent Sex Offender Treatment Network (OASOTN).