Lieutenant Joseph Pangaro breaks down the process of surviving a critical incident into three areas of concern.
Chief William Evans, former Commissioner of the Boston Police Department, talks about dealing with inner-city violence as well as the major challenges associated with The Boston Marathon bombings, Occupy Boston and numerous protests.
Preparing our students and staff to respond when violence erupts is critical to surviving a dangerous incident on campus, but wouldn’t it be better if we could prevent and attack in the first place?
Although we may respond in a similar manner, it’s important for schools to understand that each type of shooting/threat event requires a different prevention strategy. Lockdown should not be the only choice you give your staff, but your school must have an Active Threat Plan that includes Lockdown as an option for when the highest threat level arises: when the threat is inside the building.
In this session you’ll learn ways to enhance your school lockdowns and how to respond to both critical events and active threats.
Police Foundation Director of Strategic Studies Frank Straub will explore opportunities for innovation and promising practices that offer hope as we seek to prevent, respond to and recover from acts of violence in our educational institutions.
This session will address the range of things that can be done to prevent an active shooter event and respond to one that occurs.
This training will show how intelligence analysis can assist professionals in the education sector with monitoring for and assessing threats. Daniil will explain preventive monitoring strategies, showcasing intelligence techniques and approaches, as well as technologies that can help in collecting and managing information.
Joseph Pangaro CEO of Pangaro Training and Management leads a discussion that is designed to provide teachers, administrators and other school staff members with an understanding of the dynamics involved when interacting with a person in crisis. Using many of the techniques associated with hostage crisis negotiating, the program provides the student with practical skills that can be used to recognize a crisis situation as it develops and then de-escalate a dangerous situation.
Chris Wilderman the current Director of Safe and Sustainable Environments for Adams 12 Five Star Schools in Thornton, CO leads a discussion about team roles, operational processes and building your equipment that will prepare you to return to your school districts and create your own reunification team.
Learn how to recognize life-threatening blood loss, how to stop it and how to get victims the emergency medical help they need quickly.