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Severe Weather

Read: Learning From A School District’s Emergency Responses to Severe Weather

Learning From A School District’s Emergency Responses to Severe Weather

Georgetown County in South Carolina is no stranger to storms, but emergency management officials have learned to respond quickly, collaboratively and effectively.

Read: Experts: Drone Sales in Security Industry Expected to Double by 2019

Experts: Drone Sales in Security Industry Expected to Double by 2019

A spokesman for Dronefly, an online retailer, says drones are important in active shooter scenarios as they provide an “immediate eye in the sky to bring real-time intelligence to ground operations.”

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: 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: Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo Named CSC Texas Keynote Speaker

Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo Named CSC Texas Keynote Speaker

Chief Acevedo will discuss emergency planning, preparedness and response during severe weather incidents and the importance of interagency communication.

Read: 31 Steps to A Crisis Management Plan

31 Steps to A Crisis Management Plan

This guide can serve as a template to build and evaluate your crisis response plan.

Read: How to Create an Effective Tornado Protocol for Your Campus

How to Create an Effective Tornado Protocol for Your Campus

Schools should conduct hazard analyses, space calculations and site assessments so everyone on campus can locate the best available tornado sheltering options.

Read: Campus Safety Conference Returns to the Lone Star State

Campus Safety Conference Returns to the Lone Star State

This summer’s Campus Safety Conference Texas will address a wide range of vital K-12 and higher education safety and security issues, including hurricane response and recovery, protests, threat assessments, active shooters, emergency notification, sexual assault, Clery compliance and more.

Read: DeVos Announces Federal Aid for Schools Impacted by Severe Weather

DeVos Announces Federal Aid for Schools Impacted by Severe Weather

The federal assistance will be used to assist K-12 schools and higher education institutes affected by recent hurricanes and wildfires.

Read: Why Mass Notification Systems Are Trending Upward in Americas

Why Mass Notification Systems Are Trending Upward in Americas

The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) is projected to be a key market driver for MNS solutions.

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