Awards & Accolades
GET SAFE® has done some pretty cool things over the years and has been formally recognized for outstanding service in our community. Not only are we awesome while we're teaching, we have a proven ability to write, receive, implement, and report on grant activities from multiple levels of governmental and philanthropic sources. At the end of the day, we do it for the people in our community. The awards, donuts, cookies, fist bumps, and high-fives are just a bonus.
GET SAFE® receives a Congressional Certificate as Nonprofit of the Month from Congresswoman Michelle Steel
GET SAFE® presents at the Iowa Crisis Negotiators Annual Conference and the NASRO National School Safety Conference
GET SAFE® publishes Fight, Flee, or Freeze in the Journal of School Safety and Negotiating with Adolescents in NTOA's Tactical Edge Magazine, both written by Brad Young
GET SAFE® receives The Kevin and Avonte Program: Reducing Injury and Death of Missing Individuals with Dementia and Developmental Disabilities grant from the BJA to create elopement prevention and response trainings for community members and law enforcement
GET SAFE® collaborates with UCLA Extension to provide online law enforcement trainings for implicit bias, racial profiling, cultural diversity, and de-escalation
GET SAFE® receives a series of Cycle 41 grants from the State Council on Developmental Disabilities to train law enforcement, family and caregivers, and persons with disabilities from Eureka to El Centro
Stuart Haskin and GET SAFE® receive the North Orange County Bar Association's Mark Anthony Medina Humanitarian of the Year Award
GET SAFE® receives an official Welcome Certificate from the City of Tustin for their community enrichment programs
GET SAFE® receives a grant from the Margaret E. Oser Foundation to expand upon the Breaking Barriers program
GET SAFE® receives the Crime Survivors Above & Beyond Award for service in support of victims of crime in the community
Stuart Haskin and GET SAFE® receive the Crime Survivors Above & Beyond Award
GET SAFE® receives the Regional Center of Orange County Spotlight Award for Support Services Vendor of the Year
GET SAFE® receives a grant from The California Endowment to launch Breaking Barriers, a recovery program for survivors of violence and crime.