This Action Plan led Gary L. Sigrist will helps school working with their area First Responders, to develop protocols for responding to bomb threats, unattended packages, and suspicious packages.
Officer Jermaine Galloway brings his extensive experience in the field of vaping devices to this session, providing you with a unique and visual educational session using imagery and other media, which will increase your familiarity with this popular and fast-growing trend on campus.
Robby Ball the Coordinator of Ed Support Services, Emergency Management for the Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District will look at the three main areas for severe weather management: training for the event, first responder expectations, and emergency operations procedural needs.
At the Campus Safety Conference a Chief’s Panel discussed perception of safety surveys, community outreach, Clery audits, international students on campus, getting administrator buy-in, militarization of police and mobile communication apps.
During the Campus Safety Confernece a K-12 Safety Panel discussed vulnerability assessments, and recognizing behavior and communication concerns.
Guy M. Grace and representatives from Littleton Public Schools and the Douglas County School District will share some of their experiences in responding to school emergencies and what happened in the aftermath to them and their families.
Jim Grayson a senior security consultant discusses how Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) can be a major step toward that reality. CPTED can then be combined with other security tools to create an attractive, cost saving environment where security is more than a buzz word—a new program that works and grows to meet new challenges.
Gary L. Sigrist, Jr., the CEO and President of SafeGuard Risk Solutions presents Parent Child Reunification After a Crisis. This action plan will help with understanding reunification, learn about the free resources available, recognizing how to work with first responders and stakeholders.
Ashley Schultz and Elizabeth Evans will identify current grant opportunities from federal, state and foundation agencies for K-12, higher education, and public safety funding landscapes.
Randall Atlas a architect / criminologist reviews the principles and strategies of CPTED for K-12 schools, and when can the most effective and efficient introduction of these principles be introduced into the design and construction process.