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1 School & Campus Security Training Program
Presented by Mr. Ronald Ellis & Dr. Sandra Ellis Welcome the participants to Student Behavioral Threat Assessment Teams. Introduce yourself and provide a brief summary of your background and experience in threat assessment. Ask other instructors to introduce thermselves. If time permits, ask participants to introduce themselves by name and community and their current and past professional experience. Co-Sponsored by: Illinois Law Enforcement Alarm System The Illinois Terrorism Task Force Illinois State Board of Education

2 Delivery Strategy Courses Scheduled Through:
Illinois Law Enforcement Alarm System (ILEAS) Regional Offices of Education (ROE) ILETSB Mobile Training Teams Local Law Enforcement Agencies School Districts or Higher Education institutions Local Emergency Management Agencies

3 Professional Development Credit
All training courses eligible for educator CPDU’s through ISBE or Regional Offices of Education Illinois Emergency Management Agency through DHS provides Continuing Education Credits Three K-12 courses certified for ISBE Administrator Academy credit Illinois Law Enforcement Training & Standards Board provides law enforcement certification credit FEMA and DHS courses provide CEU’s or certificates of training

4 Instructor Cadre Subject matter experts in: K-12 & Higher Education
Law Enforcement Legal Counsel Psychology-Mental Health-Counseling Emergency Planning Fire Services & Rescue EMS/emergency medical services Emergency Management Threat/Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment

5 SCSTP Goals Provide attendees with practical, accurate and timely information regarding school or higher education institution Emergency Management Planning. Encourage collaborative planning and exercising with first responder agencies, schools, colleges & universities Increase the educational institution’s capacity to plan for, respond to and recover from emergencies Coordinate school and campus EOP’s with city/county disaster plans

6 SCSTP Objectives Recognize that emergency planning for schools or higher education institutions are community-based and continuing Identify and assemble members of school/campus emergency planning team Identify and plan for the types of threats/ hazards that present the highest risk for schools or campus and their potential damage (risk assessment)

7 Planning for Incidents Involving Violence
Newtown, CN NIU-DeKalb, IL Virginia Tech Univ. Bailey, CO Nickel Mines, PA Columbine, CO School violence has come into public attention after deadly multiple shootings in such places as Littleton, Colorado; Jonesboro, Arkansas; Red Lake, Minnesota; Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania; Bailey, Colorado; Cleveland, Ohio; Virginia Tech and Northern Illinois University. The possibility of school shootings has become an issue for urban, rural, and suburban communities alike. Physical conflicts, threats and harassment are still common. Many students and teachers are more fearful than ever before when they enter the doors of their school. This climate of fear makes it more difficult for schools to provide positive learning environments. Source: Guide for Preventing & Responding to School Violence 2nd Edition, Bureau of Justice Assistance, U.S. Department of Justice, 2009

8 Requirements for School and Higher Education Institutions
Develop an All-Hazards Emergency and Crisis Response Plan that: Is National Incident Management System (NIMS) compliant Is in partnership with local law enforcement fire services & local emergency mgt. Requires annual training and exercises

9 Identifying Threats/Hazards
Understanding and identifying threats, hazards, and security vulnerabilities that may affect schools. Assess the risk to determine ways to address vulnerabilities and reduce risk. Identify protection and mitigation measures

10 K-12 School Emergency Planning
Creating An Action Plan: Forming Critical Incident Response Teams (7hrs) G364 Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning for Schools-Developing & Updating the Plan (15hrs) Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning for Illinois Schools Train the Trainer (15hrs)

11 NIMS & ICS National Incident Management System (NIMS) courses-certified trainers for: IS-100SCa: Intro to ICS for Schools IS-100HE: Intro to ICS for Higher Education IS-200a: ICS for Single Resources IS-700a: NIMS: An Introduction IS-800b: National Response Framework Minimally Required for NIMS Compliance

12 Campus Emergency Management
Training All Hazards Emergency Planning For Illinois Colleges & Universities Emergency Planning for Campus Executives (G367) Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning for Higher Education (L363) 3 Days L363 Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning for Higher Education

13 Behavioral Threat Assessment
Student Behavioral Threat Assessment (K-12) AA#990 Advance Student Behavioral Threat Assessment Forming a Campus Behavioral Threat Assessment Team (HEI) Advanced Campus Threat Assessment

14 Bomb Threat Planning Understanding & Planning for School Bomb Incidents (K-12) Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings (K-12 & Higher Ed)

15 Other Training Available
Campus-CERT

16 Technical Assistance School & Campus EOP’s Tabletop Exercises
Assistance with Drills and Functional Exercises Model School or Campus Emergency Plan Templates School Safety Drill Video & Computer based tutorial Vulnerability & Risk Assessment/Hazard Analysis

17 Program Information and Schedule
https://www.ileas.org/training Ronald Ellis Dr. Sandra Ellis


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