Bomb Threat Protocols For Your Campus
Join Campus Safety to learn how a positive school climate will reduce the risks of both bomb threats and all school violence, how to develop relationships with First Responders to develop bomb threat protocols, how a school’s response to a bomb threat can reduce the incidences of bomb threats.
Since the invention of the pay phone, schools have had to deal with both the threat and disruption of the school day because of bomb threats. Because of targeted acts of violence against schools, most schools around the country have worked to ‘harden the target’, making it more difficult for those wishing to harm our students and staff to get inside the building to cause harm.
Due to these improve security enhancements, if a perpetrator wants to cause harm they must get the students and staff outside of the building. A bomb threat is the perfect means for putting our students and staff at risk by causing them to exit the building and putting them out in the open.
View this Campus Safety Webcast and Learn:
- How a positive school climate will reduce the risks of both bomb threats and all school violence.
- How to develop relationships with First Responders to develop bomb threat protocols.
- How a school’s response to a bomb threat can reduce the incidences of bomb threats.
Gary L. Sigrist, Jr., began his thirty-year career in education as an eighth-grade science teacher and retired as the district Safety Director. He has a BS in Education and a MS in School Administration. Gary’s background is unique because during his tenure as an educator he also worked as a Police Officer. He has training in school safety and security, and specific training in bomb threats, from the US Department of Homeland Security, the US Department of Education, and New Mexico Tech.