Is your college ready to face today’s tough emergency scenarios? This interactive free webinar will challenge you with some of the difficult scenarios facing today’s higher education institutions, while also providing strategic recommendations for these challenges.
The event will take place on Feb. 27 at 8:30 am – 1:30 pm in CCP’s Great Hall.
The Illinois School Safety Conference, happening April 17, will cover topics like after-action findings of school shootings and trends in adolescent drug abuse.
The draft report criticizes the responses by both staff and first responders and provides recommendations for improving school safety.
This year’s powerful PSA from Sandy Hook Promise follows a student from the start of the school day up until he enters the auditorium armed with a rifle.
A judge ruled that the student would be spared additional time in prison, but deported and barred from returning to the U.S.
The Department of Justice announced a grant for $70 million to support school safety and $64 million to improve state criminal record systems.
Is your threat assessment process effective or vulnerable to mistakes? Find out in this free guide to assessing and managing threats.
These are the steps your organization should take to increase the chances that a planned active shooter or active killer attack will be averted.
Securable space, communications, threat assessment and management, and common protocol are the foundations of a good school security program.