One of the most widespread misconceptions and threats to effective school security is the expectation that school police and/or security are solely responsible for and capable of providing this critical service. As a starting point, schools can emphasize three goals that unite all campuses:
1. The provision of information to the campus community that empowers people to protect themselves
2. The establishment of the integrated mechanisms noted above
3. More effective security operations
This presentation identifies various strategies to accomplish these goals and recounts NOVA’s best practices, including how patrol techniques, campus-wide presentations and information dissemination have enhanced outreach, how security functions have been integrated into campus operations and much more.
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