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Presented by: Chief of Police, Robert Doucet Richard Jones, Emergency Response Coordinator SWTJC Multi-Hazard Emergency Response plan basics.
Alert Systems for D.R.. E.P.. and Uvalde Multi-tone Siren system (click on links to hear the sounds) Hazardous weather Dangerous person on Campus or Active shooter. Fire ALL CLEAR Regroup – Mass e-mail system Information concerning active warning Updates on situation All clear notification SWTJC College WebPage Digital Billboard notification
How to sign up for e-mail notifications www.tinyurl.com/swtjc-regroup Go to https://swtjc.regroup.com/signuphttps://swtjc.regroup.com/signup Under "Returning Student" type in the email address that SWTJC has assigned you (your portal email address) and click “Forgot your password”. Type in your email address again and click “Reset Password”. You’ll receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org with a link to reset your password. You may need to check your spam folder for the email. Use the link to create your new password .On the Regroup site https://swtjc.regroup.com/signup, you can add cell phone numbers to receive emergency-related messages by text or voice, be sure to add your carrier information as well. Additional email addresses can be added too, as well as setting up your account to receive the alerts by Twitter or Facebook.https://swtjc.regroup.com/signup If these steps do not work, please email the Helpdesk (email@example.com) to resolve the firstname.lastname@example.org
What to expect in an emergency Active Shooter Inclimate weather ; tornado, flooding, wildfire Campus Closures
What does it mean ? Shelter in place Evacuate All clear
What do you tell your students ? Stay calm and keep communicating. Keep accountability of all your students. Do your best in keeping everyone together. If a police action is taking place, Leave all backpacks behind. Go to a designated safe place and stay there until a recognized voice tells you it’s clear to come out. Write down what you know of the incident ASAP.
Pre-planning Know where you are if you need to contact emergency services. Know where to go that is safe. Know how to secure your position and barricade the door.
How to summon help by calling 9-1-1 Do Not call for non-emergency incidents. From your cell phone or any campus phone, 9-1-1 works. Do briefly describe the type of incident you are reporting Do stay on the line and let the call taker ask the questions. Do Not hang up until told to do so by the call taker.
What to expect when Law enforcement arrive during an active shooter event. They have arrived to eliminate the threat. They will do what it takes to secure the scene Arguments will not be accepted, conversations will not be entertained. Do as you are instructed to make things easier. They are not there to be your friend, but to save lives. Agencies from all over the region may respond. They may ignore the injured if the scene is not secure.
Additional training available. www.training.fema.gov. The National Preparedness Directorate (NPD) online Course Catalog provides searchable, integrated information on courses provided or managed by FEMA’s Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP), Emergency Management Institute (EMI), and National Training and Education Division (NTED). The online course catalog is now available. www.training.fema.gov Future onsite training to be held on campus. Possible development of C.E.R.T. trainings.