Emergency Planning

Read: Active Incident Response: Why You Need to Conduct a Tabletop Exercise

Active Incident Response: Why You Need to Conduct a Tabletop Exercise

Tabletop exercises (TTX) should examine crucial issues such as how each stakeholder will respond in each phase and who serves as back-up if a major player isn’t available.

Read: Multiple Schools in New Hampshire, Montana Receive ‘Swatting’ Threats

Multiple Schools in New Hampshire, Montana Receive ‘Swatting’ Threats

Nearly a dozen New Hampshire schools received hoax threats, while several high schools in Montana were also swatted.

Read: Campus Security Threat Management and Violent Incident Preparedness: Does Your Strategy Reflect Today’s Realities?

Campus Security Threat Management and Violent Incident Preparedness: Does Your Strategy Reflect Today’s Realities?

Security risk management professionals share lessons learned from working with higher education institutions to establish comprehensive threat and risk management plans.

Read: Collaboration is Key to Leader Success, Secure Campuses

Collaboration is Key to Leader Success, Secure Campuses

From his very first day on the job, K-12 Director of the Year winner Allen Cain has collaborated with all district stakeholders to maximize campus safety.

Read: Is Your School Addressing These Safety and Security Basics?

Is Your School Addressing These Safety and Security Basics?

It’s surprisingly easy for a school to overlook these safety and security fundamentals. Don’t let your campus be one of them.

Read: How Campuses Can Work with Systems Integrators to Address Their Security Challenges

How Campuses Can Work with Systems Integrators to Address Their Security Challenges

This year’s Director of the Year Award winners deliver keen insights on how to make the most of their relationships with security systems installers and contractors.

Read: Delaware Launches School Security Initiative

Delaware Launches School Security Initiative

The state will provide accurate and uniform maps for all of Delaware’s 19 public school districts and charter schools to help first responders improve response times during emergencies.

Read: Opinion: Are Campus Police Impeding or Improving School Safety’s Progress?

Opinion: Are Campus Police Impeding or Improving School Safety’s Progress?

Relying solely on police to address school safety challenges is best explained by the old adage: “When you are a hammer, everything looks like a nail.”

Read: What Works (and What Doesn’t) When Deploying Mass Notification Solutions

What Works (and What Doesn’t) When Deploying Mass Notification Solutions

Emergency communications are complex and require sophisticated tools to generate effective results.

Read: Thoughts and Prayers Aren’t Enough: How to Build a Multi-Layered School Security Plan

Thoughts and Prayers Aren’t Enough: How to Build a Multi-Layered School Security Plan

Here are four steps that should be taken when establishing or improving a school security plan.

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