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1 CRISIS RESPONSE ON A SCHOOL BUS 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice1

2 CRISIS RESPONSE ON A SCHOOL BUS Crisis Management Environment Awareness Communication Controlling the Crisis 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice2

3 CRISIS RESPONSE ON A SCHOOL BUS Mentally Prepared Surroundings Communications Calm and Safe 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice3

4 CRISIS RESPONSE ON A SCHOOL BUS 1.Alert 2.Avoid 3.Deny 4.Defend 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice4

5 CRISIS ROUTE MANAGEMENT Have a Plan Wide Shoulder Space Not Populated 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice5

6 CRISIS ROUTE MANAGEMENT “What If” 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice6

7 BE AWARE OF YOUR ENVIRONMENT Radio Students 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice7

8 BE AWARE OF YOUR ENVIRONMENT What’s going on? Student’s clothing 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice8

9 DISPATCH COMMUNICATION Reporting Driver W =Weapons H = Hostage O = Officer Your location is useful Information 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice9

10 DISPATCH COMMUNICATION Other Fleet Drivers – Limit radio use 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice10

11 CONTROLLING THE CRISIS Pull the bus over 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice11

12 FOUR CRISIS RESPONSES 1. Alert 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice12

13 FOUR CRISIS RESPONSES 2. Avoid 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice13

14 FOUR CRISIS RESPONSES 3. Deny/Flee 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice14

15 FOUR CRISIS RESPONSES 4. Defend 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice15

16 EXPECTATIONS Driver should use Calming Techniques Calm Voice Speak Respectfully Listen Calm Voice 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice16

17 EXPECTATIONS Assist Law Enforcement Shut bus off Key to accessory Dome lights on Release air to door 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice17

18 EXPECTATIONS Law Enforcement Suspects Emotional State Passengers Location Weapons 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice18

19 SUMMARY Crisis Management Environment Awareness Communication Controlling Crisis 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice19

20 SUMMARY Plan ahead Be Aware of Surroundings Communicate to Dispatch Keep Passengers Calm 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice20

21 SUMMARY Four Points of Defense 1.Alert 2.Avoid 3.Deny 4.Defend 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice21

22 EVALUATION 1.Name three (3) attributes a crisis pull-off on your route should include. Wide shoulder Big space Not heavily populated 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice22

23 EVALUATION 2. Name four (4) observations that make you more aware in your bus environment. Aware of the radio Aware of students posture Aware of what is going on with the students Aware of the students clothing 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice23

24 EVALUATION 3. Describe the primary use of a school bus communication system. Emergencies Business 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice24

25 EVALUATION 4. List the four (4) points of defense in a crisis response. Alert Avoid Deny Defend 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice25

26 EVALUATION 5. What kind of environment should a driver try to create in a crisis situation? Use calming techniques Speak in a calm voice Speak respectfully Listen Create a calm environment 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice26

27 EVALUATION 6. What is the best information to help law enforcement so their response is effective? How many suspects and names Their emotional state and how close they are to harming others The numbers and general health of passengers Where are the suspects located on the bus Weapons –what type-keep descriptions general 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice27

28 CRISIS RESPONSE ON A SCHOOL BUS The End 2014-15 School Bus driver Inservice28


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