Presentation on theme: "Security Evaluation: Proactive and Reactive Planning “Is your School Safe? Is your Staff trained? Come learn about the most important aspects of facility."— Presentation transcript:
Security Evaluation: Proactive and Reactive Planning “Is your School Safe? Is your Staff trained? Come learn about the most important aspects of facility safety and security from the people that design, protect and own or operate schools. Learn what things you should be looking for, how you can help limit your risk, and what items are paramount and what items are unnecessary for protecting your students and staff.”
Presenter 1: Stephen Chassee, Director of Business Development, ARCON Associates, Inc. email@example.com@arconassoc.com Presenter 2: John Fuhrer, Director of Buildings, Grounds and Transportation, North Shore SD 112 firstname.lastname@example.org@nssd112.org Presenter 3: William J. Sako, Rolf Jensen Associates, Sako Security Moderator: Sam Giampapa, Account Executive, Energy Systems Group email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Security Evaluation: Proactive and Reactive Planning
Schools Are… A place for community to gather A place to deliberate A place to celebrate A place to worship A place to vote A place for the “safe” harbor and education of our children …but they are NOT intended to be prisons…
Security ≠ Technology But, I’ve Added Video Surveillance …I’ve Added Access Control …I’ve Added Door Monitoring Isn’t that enough?
Security Program The REAL questions: – How is the technology being used? – Who manages and operates those systems? – Is one camera on the inside at the door going to meet your expectations?
School Safety Objectives Deter Detect Delay Respond
Deterrents No one technology, feature, or system can completely deter violence from occurring Effective security “displaces” the unwanted behaviors Awareness Presence Visibility “Community” enforcement
Risks and Vulnerabilities Assess Each Building independently, they Are All Different Assess Day and Night Assess to protect students, staff during school hours, and the facility against vandalism when empty.
Balance is the Key! Architectural (physical design) Operational (Security and Facilities Department) Technological
What Makes Security Effective? Collaboration w/ Local Law Enforcement Staff Attitude Community Attitude Security Programs – Participation of all Stakeholders – Training Including all Stakeholders – Practice, Practice, Practice…
Training and Practice Regular Table-top Exercises Practice Success is dependent upon involvement of ALL stakeholders BEFORE the day of the event Local Law Enforcement Administration – School Security Officer/Director Teachers Building staff Students EVERYONE HAS A ROLE, AND MUST BE INVOLVED!!
Contact Info and Key Links Stephen Chassee, Director of Business Development, ARCON Associates, Inc. email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org John Fuhrer, Director of Buildings, Grounds and Transportation, North Shore SD 112 email@example.com@nssd112.org William J. Sako, Senior Vice President, Rolf Jensen Associates, Sako Security firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Homeland Security – Active Shooter Training http://www.dhs.gov/xlibrary/assets/active_shooter_booklet.pdf