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Before the Shots: Preparing for an Active Killer Incident

Join us for a FREE 1-Hour Webcast on January 26th, to learn key steps institutions should consider when preparing for an active killer incident.
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Join us for a FREE 1-Hour Webcast on January 26th, to learn key steps institutions should consider when preparing for an active killer incident.

Join us on February 9th for a FREE 1-Hour Webcast to learn the best tools to prepare staff to respond in a crisis to reduce casualties and save lives.

Download this previously Live webcast from Thursday December 8th, featuring Gary L. Sigrist Jr. of Safeguard Risk Solutions, to help your Campus develop a protocol for dealing with Bomb Threats all while protecting students, staff, and assets on your Campus.

View the recorded archive of CS's webcast from Dec.1st, featuring Steven DeArruda of Business Protection Specialists, Inc., to learn about the comprehensive steps from start to finish of how an electronic security project is developed, bid and implemented.

Download this previously Live webcast from Thursday November 3rd, to learn how to create proactive weather plans and acquire real-time weather support for all campus activities, both indoors and out.

View the archive today from CS' November 1st webcast, sponsored by NVT Phybridge and will introduce recent network innovations that are proven to help your institution migrate to IP in a highly secure manner.

View the archive today from CS' October 27th webcast sponsored by Napco and Siemens, featuring Idaho Law Enforcement Officer “Tall Cop Says Stop,” Jermaine Galloway, who will challenge your knowledge of current local and national vape pen trends that are associated with marijuana and other drug use.

View the recorded archive of this FREE 1-hour Campus Safety webcast sponsored by SchoolDude, from Oct. 13th, to learn best practices for ensuring a safer school, especially as polling season begins in your buildings.

Download this previously Live webcast from Thursday October 6th, to learn a holistic approach to campus safety and practical strategies for effectively responding to student mental health problems.

View the archive today from CS' September 29th webcast sponsored by Napco and Siemens, to better understand dynamics of targeted violence; identify essential elements of effective programs to facilitate early identification, assessment, and intervention with concerning situations; and provide an overview of contemporary standards of care for violence prevention and intervention within campus communities.