Emergency Management

The 3 Pillars of Surviving a Crisis

The 3 Pillars of Surviving a Crisis

Lieutenant Joseph Pangaro breaks down the process of surviving a critical incident into three areas of concern.

Emergency Response: Dealing With Crisis

Emergency Response: Dealing With Crisis

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.

How to Create a Student-Based Threat Assessment Team

How to Create a Student-Based Threat Assessment Team

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?

Storm Ready: Getting Your School Ready for Violent Weather

Storm Ready: Getting Your School Ready for Violent Weather

Walk through a risk-based preparedness process that will let you know how prepared your school is for severe weather threats.

Before Weather Strikes: Creating Effective Weather Plans

Before Weather Strikes: Creating Effective Weather Plans

Dr. Kevin Kloesel leads a presentation that will provide you with the resources needed to create all-weather hazard plans for campus activities ranging from small donor functions to large athletic events.

Active Threat Response Techniques: Lockdowns and More

Active Threat Response Techniques: Lockdowns and More

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.

Dealing With In-Custody Patients: Risks and Liabilities

Dealing With In-Custody Patients: Risks and Liabilities

In this session presented by John O’Malley, Campus Security Staff will walk away with a better understanding of the legality behind hospital detention and how to utilize best practices in this area if or when they find themselves dealing with forensic patients.

Fentanyl: A Growing Domestic Threat to Society

Fentanyl: A Growing Domestic Threat to Society

In this video, we will take an in-depth look at the Fentanyl epidemic in the US including the emergence of the ‘designer’ versions of the drug with increased lethality for anyone coming into contact with it.

You will be able to Identify the dangers posed by the drug Fentanyl, the multiple variants of synthetic opioids, the lethal characteristics, the protective measures to prevent accidental exposure, and signs of an opioid overdose.

Security Technology Projects Keys to Success: Evaluation, Costing, Bidding and Implementation Case Study

Security Technology Projects Keys to Success: Evaluation, Costing, Bidding and Implementation Case Study

Steven DeArruda the Senior Security Consultant for Business Protection Specialists, Inc. uses case studies to learn the step by step process you should take to ensure an effective outcome of your security technology project. The principles at the foundation of this medical center case study are applicable to all buildings, whether it includes renovation, upgrade or new construction.

Increasing School Safety through a Security Bond Project

Increasing School Safety through a Security Bond Project

Dr. Curtis Case the Director of Digital Learning for Millard Public Schools discusses how systems can be integrated with standard response protocols as well prioritizing spending while balancing convenience and safety.