Emergency Planning

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.

Read: Registration Now Open for 2022 National Summit on K-12 School Safety and Security

Registration Now Open for 2022 National Summit on K-12 School Safety and Security

This free event, happening virtually Nov. 1-3, will cover topics such as violence prevention, threat assessments, cybersecurity, and emergency planning.

Read: The Uvalde School Attack: What Went Wrong and How We Can Prevent Future Tragedy

The Uvalde School Attack: What Went Wrong and How We Can Prevent Future Tragedy

A retired police lieutenant will walk through mistakes made by various law enforcement agencies and discuss changes that must be made in training for violent incidents.

Read: The K-Factor in Emergency Management: Caring For Your Own Kids During a Campus Crisis

The K-Factor in Emergency Management: Caring For Your Own Kids During a Campus Crisis

Here’s how six emergency managers balance their family commitments and their professional responsibilities during an emergency.

Read: Using Drills and Exercises to Test Your School’s Emergency Operations Plan

Using Drills and Exercises to Test Your School’s Emergency Operations Plan

Learn how to train staff and test your school’s emergency operations plan using various drills and exercises for a wide array of threats.

Read: 3 Things Your School District Needs to Consider When Planning for Natural Disasters

3 Things Your School District Needs to Consider When Planning for Natural Disasters

It is imperative schools plan for severe weather as it is estimated that 94% of students live in communities at risk for natural disasters.

Read: Free Federal Resources to Strengthen Campus Physical Security and Prevent School Violence

Free Federal Resources to Strengthen Campus Physical Security and Prevent School Violence

Here are some actionable and tailorable school safety resources, tools, and programs from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.

Read: IS-800 D National Response Framework Exam Questions

IS-800 D National Response Framework Exam Questions

Learn about the National Response Framework and its guiding principles, and answer questions pulled from the actual course exam.

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