Threat Assessments

Read: Sneak Peek at the 2022 Campus Safety Conference Texas Agenda

Sneak Peek at the 2022 Campus Safety Conference Texas Agenda

Session topics unique to CSC Texas include creating partnerships between officers and social workers and threat assessment decision-making for leaders.

Read: How Fusion Centers Can Help Improve Campus Security

How Fusion Centers Can Help Improve Campus Security

Fusion centers can provide local criminal intelligence to private organizations with non-sworn security departments.

Read: Berkeley Police Arrest Teen for Recruiting Others to Participate in School Shooting, Bombing

Berkeley Police Arrest Teen for Recruiting Others to Participate in School Shooting, Bombing

Police found at the teen’s home parts to explosives and assault rifles, knives, and electronic items that could be used in a school shooting or bombing.

Read: Opinion: U.S. Politicians Must Get a Backbone, Pass Gun Laws to Prevent School Shootings

Opinion: U.S. Politicians Must Get a Backbone, Pass Gun Laws to Prevent School Shootings

Campus hardening measures can only go so far in preventing school shootings. We need stronger gun laws to truly make our campuses safer.

Read: 6 Ways to Reset School Security and Stop the Education Safety Crisis

6 Ways to Reset School Security and Stop the Education Safety Crisis

An outline of a holistic approach to school safety and security that can be implemented immediately.

Read: Emergency Management’s Role When Campuses Respond to Bomb Threats and Suspicious Packages

Emergency Management’s Role When Campuses Respond to Bomb Threats and Suspicious Packages

When there is a suspicious package or bomb threat, campus emergency management must address mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery.

Read: The Role of Climate and Culture in School Safety

The Role of Climate and Culture in School Safety

Campus climate and culture are foundational in the creation and maintenance of a safer and more secure school for both students and staff.

Read: Why Your School’s Anonymous Tip Line Needs to Have a Texting Option

Why Your School’s Anonymous Tip Line Needs to Have a Texting Option

Director of the Year K-12 finalist Christopher Ellisor talks about his district’s success with adding a texting option to its anonymous tip line, and his recommendations for a district considering a similar undertaking.

Read: Security Officer Threatened Mass Shooting at Jewish School Where He Worked

Security Officer Threatened Mass Shooting at Jewish School Where He Worked

The former security officer threatened to shoot students on the school playground, as well as their parents.

Read: Study: Threats, Physical Attacks on School Staff Have Increased During COVID

Study: Threats, Physical Attacks on School Staff Have Increased During COVID

The increase in violence is leading to more teachers, SROs, counselors, administrators, and other school personnel leaving the profession.

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