Join Campus Safety and Stephen Lopez, Chief of the New Mexico State University Police Department to learn how to apply the KISUS (Keep It Simple Under Stress) principle so that emergency plans are easy to train, learn, and utilize.
With repeated viewing of Campus Safety HQ’s new training scenarios, drivers develop skills to face problems that might occur.
Join Campus Safety to learn how a positive school climate will reduce the risks of both bomb threats and all school violence, how to develop relationships with First Responders to develop bomb threat protocols, how a school’s response to a bomb threat can reduce the incidences of bomb threats.
Active shooter training must expand to counter other vulnerabilities on campus, including the active killer threat.
Role playing with school stakeholders is the first step to ensuring your emergency plans and procedures are effective.
Campus Safety HQ online training launches a new tool to help schools develop a comprehensive approach to safety and security situation.
Campus Safety HQ’s new transportation and emergency preparedness training video will help school bus drivers maintain safety and security.
Campus Safety HQ delivers action plans from leading experts on critical issues that help you train K-12 and higher education stakeholders how to respond to emergencies.
View this webcast 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.