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We are featuring some of CSC19's most popular sessions so that everyone can benefit from the valuable learning takeaways. There's nothing like attending a live event and gathering with your peers to discuss the critical challenges you face every day, but we hope these online videos assist you in your mission to Make Campuses Safer - TOGETHER.

Coming Soon! CSC Live on CSHQ

FEATURED SESSIONS


Dealing With Difficult People

What we say and how we say it can be the difference between a fight and voluntary compliance with police and security direction. We’ll talk about the 3 Es needed to de-escalate toxic situations: explanation, empathy and ego control, techniques for gaining compliance in difficult situations and other best practices that will help you control a situation.


Left of Bang: Identify Strategies and Policies to Improve Your Prevention Plans

When looking at an emergency, the term “right of bang” refers to the time period after the event and “left of bang” is before the event. Using FEMA’s Four Phases of Emergency Management, attendees will learn to identify the strategies, policies, procedures and training their schools can utilize during the prevention/mitigation and planning phases (left of bang) and then identify what they need to put in place for in the response and recovery phases (right of bang).


Train the Trainer: Conducting Realistic and Comprehensive Tabletop Exercises with Your Staff

An emergency plan is just a document until you need to use it. Campuses might have practiced an evacuation or how to shelter-in-place, but a tabletop exercise will make you think on your feet. This session will help attendees learn how to conduct a tabletop exercise with stakeholders at their school or college.


Emergency Response Planning and Strategies: An All-Hazards Approach to Safety

Brook Hill is a Pre-K through 12 college prep school that has over 700 students plus staff.
This session will provide an all-hazards review of Brook Hill’s campus planning and preparedness for medical emergencies, weather-related incidents, active shooter, bomb threats, chemical spills, and VIPs on campus.


Combating Social Media Threats: Digital Threat Assessments

Violence in schools often has precursors leaked through social media posts. This session will thoroughly address the challenge of knowing where, how, and when to find this critical information during this workshop.

 


Improving Transportation Safety: A Behavioral Approach

Working with public school transportation nationwide has revealed an urgent need to equip our frontline personnel — our first observers — with skills to build socially and emotionally safe environments on our school buses. This session will provide participants with an understanding of proactive strategies they can implement with bus drivers in order to maintain control and improve the safety of students during transportation.


Be Better Prepared: Creating a Collaborative and Comprehensive Emergency Management Training Program

This session will provide an overview of how K-12 schools, school districts and institutions of higher education can train their respective campus communities to be better prepared for emergencies and disasters. Topics addressed will include how to create a comprehensive training program; identify the needs of the individual school or campus; understand the range of free in-person and virtual trainings available; and assess whether needs are being met through assessments and emergency exercises.


Critical Incident Management: Planning Safe and Secure Events

College campuses host a wide range of large-scale events every year, including homecoming, athletic events, concerts, controversial speakers, festivals and more. Protecting those involved in these activities, as well as the campus’ property and reputation, require careful planning. This session will provide attendees with a comprehensive review of the assets needed to ensure their campus events will be safe and secure.


Manage the Media Like a Pro: Customized Training 

The stakes are extremely high for organizations to ensure they’re operating in the most transparent, timely and media-ready position possible. This session is designed to best position employees for today’s dynamic and potentially damaging media landscape. Emmy award-winning former TV news reporter, Julie Parker, will incorporate the essential functions for managing the media during times of chaos and calm.


Grant Funding for Campus Safety Technology

This presentation will identify grant opportunities that support campus safety technology initiatives. This includes programs that both K-12 and higher education entities can apply for directly, and also those that require partnerships with local law enforcement agencies. We’ll offer some general tips for writing a successful grant proposal to increase the likelihood that attendees’ proposals will stand out from the rest.


Evaluating Competing Technologies

You are head of campus security and you are considering the purchase of equipment to upgrade safety and security. There are three options on the table: a new video surveillance system, an access control system, and panic alarms/buttons for all classrooms and offices. So, what are some of the security goals of any school? This session will provide a systemic approach for evaluating technology so that your campus picks the right technologies.


Tips for Integrating Push-to-Talk Cellular into Your Campus Radio System

With the launch of FirstNet in 2012, there is nationwide momentum toward providing mission-critical push-to-talk on cell phone devices and integrating with (or potentially even replacing) existing public safety two-way radio systems. This session will provide attendees with an opportunity to explore some of the benefits and challenges of implementing these new systems.


The PASS School Safety and Security Guidelines – MODULE 1

During an active shooter, any severe weather, or hazardous incident, collaboration is critical. In order for all responders to be effective in their response, it is critical for this collaboration to begin long before an emergency happens. This session will address technology as a layered approach related to building perimeter, parking lot perimeter, classroom interior and how to use the technology in compliance with policies and procedures.


The PASS School Safety and Security Guidelines – MODULE 2

During an active shooter, any severe weather, or hazardous incident, collaboration is critical. In order for all responders to be effective in their response, it is critical for this collaboration to begin long before an emergency happens. This session will address technology as a layered approach related to building perimeter, parking lot perimeter, classroom interior and how to use the technology in compliance with policies and procedures.


The PASS School Safety and Security Guidelines – MODULE 3

During an active shooter, any severe weather, or hazardous incident, collaboration is critical. In order for all responders to be effective in their response, it is critical for this collaboration to begin long before an emergency happens. This session will address technology as a layered approach related to building perimeter, parking lot perimeter, classroom interior and how to use the technology in compliance with policies and procedures.


 

 

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