Emergency Preparedness

Read: Editor’s Picks: Robin’s Top 10 Campus Safety Stories from 2021

Editor’s Picks: Robin’s Top 10 Campus Safety Stories from 2021

The Campus Safety articles, videos and podcasts I’ve picked show the breadth and depth of issues and incidents that all campus protection pros must address.

Read: University of Kentucky Facility Takes Direct Hit from Massive Tornado

University of Kentucky Facility Takes Direct Hit from Massive Tornado

The University of Kentucky’ Research and Education Center was directly hit by the December 11 tornado, but staff has found ways to continue to serve.

Read: Oxford Shooting: What Went Wrong and 5 Things to Do to Protect Your School

Oxford Shooting: What Went Wrong and 5 Things to Do to Protect Your School

Although active shooter events are rare, we never know when or where the next one will happen, which should focus our attention on preparation.

Read: K-12 Director of the Year: Taking a Multi-Faceted Approach to School Security and Safety

K-12 Director of the Year: Taking a Multi-Faceted Approach to School Security and Safety

Steven Ellis developed Project Safety Net for the Corona-Norco Unified School District, leveraging partnerships, technology, training and innovation to bolster campus security.

Read: Assessing Safety Readiness

Assessing Safety Readiness

A self-guided needs assessment for independent school districts.

Read: Develop and Maintain School Operational Capacity with Scenario-Based Training

Develop and Maintain School Operational Capacity with Scenario-Based Training

Planning, as well as using current training opportunities and plausible, realistic scenarios will enable most schools to greatly improve their safety training and exercise programs.

Read: Why Your School Needs a Common Initial Emergency Response Plan and Where to Start

Why Your School Needs a Common Initial Emergency Response Plan and Where to Start

A school security analyst shares how Idaho schools worked with first responders to establish a common initial response platform for emergencies.

Read: Campus Response Teams and Active Shooters

Campus Response Teams and Active Shooters

Active shooters are challenging for the CRT model, so these teams must be provided with clear, pragmatic and obtainable objectives.

Read: Active Shooter Expert, Former Prosecutor to Keynote This Fall’s Campus Safety Conference

Active Shooter Expert, Former Prosecutor to Keynote This Fall’s Campus Safety Conference

Katherine Schweit, who is author of the FBI’s seminal research ‘A Study of 160 Active Shooter Incidents in the United States, 2000 – 2013,’ will present ‘The Mass Shooting Contagion Dilemma’ at the Campus Safety Conference at EDSpaces in Pittsburgh this November.

Read: Registration Now Open for This Fall’s Campus Safety Conference at EdSpaces

Registration Now Open for This Fall’s Campus Safety Conference at EdSpaces

The Campus Safety Conference will be co-locating with EdSpaces in Pittsburgh November 3-5.

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