Campus Safety K-12 Director of the Year Guy Grace has implemented a wide array of school security innovations in his district that have been adopted by many other schools and organizations.
With the processes surrounding campus reopenings so uncertain, these five steps will help your school district evaluate and test your safety plans, as well as prepare your staff to make quick adjustments, if needed.
Classes already developed for face-to-face classes can easily be adapted for remote formats during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the date to reopen schools gets closer, be sure your campus can address the risks and threats of violence created or exacerbated by the coronavirus shutdown.
Emergency managers from Kennesaw State, Cal State Fullerton, Rice University, the University of Central Oklahoma, Gonzaga University and Boston College share their strategies for success.
Here’s what works and what doesn’t across five broad campus public safety operational categories: personnel, plans and procedures, facilities, equipment and communications.
Here’s what worked and what didn’t during this long-term care facility’s temporary evacuation of its 144 residents.
Here’s what one community learned about reuniting students with their parents after it conducted an active shooter exercise with first responders and community volunteers.
In an active shooter drill, the process of reunification was conducted twice — once using an emergency management system and once using paper-and-pencil.
CSC West will address a wide range of critical K-12 and higher education safety and security issues, including suicide prevention, gang violence, transportation safety, sexual assault investigations, mental health, threat assessments, Clery compliance, lockdown, recovery and more.