Learning about the signs and symptoms of compassion fatigue will enable participants to increase awareness within themselves and/or support colleagues who might be suffering in silence.
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.
In this session moderated by Guy Grace, you will hear from an experienced Littleton, CO Public Schools team as they share their experiences in responding to school emergencies, including the aftermath to them and their families. The speakers share what was harmful and helpful to them.
Learn how to use a Gap Analysis from Gary L. Sigrist to identify areas of weakness in your district and schools, how Security and Vulnerability Assessments are used for specific school site improvements, and how to develop strategies to engage area First Responders in the ongoing process of School Safety and Security.
This presentation led by Lieutenant/Commander John Weinstein discusses communications plans, preparing for non-shooting active incidents, command staff responsibilities, rescue task force operations and media response. It also discusses new challenges and objectives for first responders to deal with incidents such as the terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India; Beslan, Russia, and Paris, France.
Guy Grace the Director of Security and Emergency Planning Littleton Public Schools shares his key observations from a school shooting where he was a responder and was the on scene School District Incident Command Coordinator during the event and the subsequent evacuation of the school.