Presentation on theme: "A School Security Master Plan Assessing Prevention April 28, 2014 Kellogg Center East Lansing, Michigan Daniel J. DiBardino RECON Management Group, LLC."— Presentation transcript:
A School Security Master Plan Assessing Prevention April 28, 2014 Kellogg Center East Lansing, Michigan Daniel J. DiBardino RECON Management Group, LLC
A School Security Master Plan Assessing Prevention Some basics...
Background: o Schools are never truly secure... o Not highlighted on news... o Limited budgets... o Parents are concerned... o Labels are difficult to undue... o Denial... o Security – Always highlighted after... o Courts do ask questions...
Why the need for a Security Plan...? o Total program to support o A learning environment o An “accepted” standard of care o Civil/Criminal litigation o State and federal law
Plan Foundation : o Prevention o Deterrent o Awareness o Response o Recovery
What risks does our school/campus face on a daily basis? What are the risks? How do we identify the risks? Are these risks real?
Easy Method to Identify Risks *Breakdown/Dissect each function Our normal day consists of: Shower Breakfast Driving Work Socializing Driving Home
FunctionRiskEliminate ShowerSlip and FallBath Mat or Rails Inside Enclosure EatingBad for HealthMake Healthier Choices – Moderation DrivingCrashSpeed Limit – Seat Belt – Turn Signals ATMVictim of RobberyDuring the Day – Safe Areas WorkAccident/ViolenceWork Safety – Proper Equipment – Aware SocialDWIFriends – Limit Drinking – Other Method
RISK By activity within school/campus Probable Eliminate Mitigate Accept
FunctionRisk HiringBaggage TerminationsViolence IT ServicesViruses/Hacking/ Information Theft Visitor ManagementLack of Control Financial/AccountingFraud Interaction of Students/Staff Harassment/Threats/ Violence Management TravelSafety Threats Against SchoolSafety Management/Staff Site LocationTheft/Arson/Sabotage/ Severe Weather
RISK By activity within organization Probable EliminateMitigate No Further Action Necessary Develop Programs to Manage Each Risk
Deterrence First Line of … D -
School Safety Awareness Conscious of events
Event How Do We Respond? StaffStudentsOthers Trained = Prepared Confused = Unsure
Emergency Management o Planning o Training o Drills o Table top exercises o Testing equipment o Coordination
Recovery... o Returning to a former condition Support PR Efforts
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