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Emergency Preparedness

Read: Are You Prepared For An Active Shooter Incident?

Are You Prepared For An Active Shooter Incident?

This FREE report outlines 5 crucial components to help you, your employees and your organization, survive an active shooter tragedy.

Read: Don’t Let Congress Forget About the National Center for Campus Public Safety

Don’t Let Congress Forget About the National Center for Campus Public Safety

The federal government’s fiscal year 2019 budget currently does not include funding for the National Center for Campus Public Safety. Congress must continue supporting this effective and important program to keep students safe.

Read: A Building Risk Assessment Checklist From the NFPA

A Building Risk Assessment Checklist From the NFPA

The NFPA’s active shooter guidance gives details on what information officials should be gathering during building risk assessments.

Read: Handling Ideological Divides and Protests on America’s College Campuses

Handling Ideological Divides and Protests on America’s College Campuses

Are you prepared to host a controversial speaker on your campus?

Read: DHS Announces 2018 Preparedness Grant Opportunities

DHS Announces 2018 Preparedness Grant Opportunities

The preparedness grants, aimed to improve the nation’s readiness in preventing and responding to emergencies, total over $1.6 billion.

Read: ER Doctors’ Poll: 90 Percent of Hospitals Not Prepared for Mass Tragedies

ER Doctors’ Poll: 90 Percent of Hospitals Not Prepared for Mass Tragedies

Nine out of 10 respondents also said their hospital lacks adequate stockpiles of critical medications necessary for major disasters.

Read: Forecasters Predict Near- or Above-Normal 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season

Forecasters Predict Near- or Above-Normal 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season

NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center is forecasting a 75 percent chance that the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season will be near- or above-normal.

Read: School Safety Best Practices—Lessons Learned from the Perspective of a Security Director

School Safety Best Practices—Lessons Learned from the Perspective of a Security Director

Learn how radio communications and interoperability are critical elements of a school’s security and emergency preparedness plan.  

Read: North Texas Hailstorm Reveals The Full Toll of Emergencies

North Texas Hailstorm Reveals The Full Toll of Emergencies

An official from the Wylie Independent School District describes his North Texas community’s experience recovering from an intense hail storm in 2016.

Read: Ind. Dept. of Ed. Hosts First-Ever Roundtable for School Safety Leaders

Ind. Dept. of Ed. Hosts First-Ever Roundtable for School Safety Leaders

The roundtable discussion, held during the 2018 Indiana Advances School Safety Specialist Academy, was attended by 40 representatives from 14 states and Washington, D.C.

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