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1 School Safety and Security HAWKS Enterprises

2 Objectives School safety and security issues Factors affecting school safety Key components of school safety planning Engaging the community for safer schools HAWKS Enterprises

3 School Crime and Violence Youth are the most victimized people in India. Youth were victims of about 3.6million nonfatal crimes while at school in Youth were victims of about 3.6million nonfatal crimes while at school in –Two-thirds of student victimization was by theft. –One-third of student victimization was by violent crime. HAWKS Enterprises

4 School Crime and Safety Students say 7% were bullied 9% were threatened or injured with a weapon 13% reported being in a fight on school property 21% reported gangs in their schools 29% were offered or given drugs 12% were the victims of hate speech HAWKS Enterprises

5 NEED OF GPS SYSTEMS SHOCKING TRUTH BEHIND STUDENT KIDNAPPINGS HAWKS Enterprises

6 NEED OF GPS SYSTEMS It’s a fact that at least one (1) child goes missing every eight (8) minutes in INDIA and unfortunately about 40% of them have not been found HAWKS Enterprises

7 NEED OF GPS SYSTEMS WHY ARE SCHOOL CHOOSEN TO BE THE MOST HOTSPOT OF KIDNAPS???? HAWKS Enterprises

8 NEED OF GPS SYSTEMS Most of the child abductions reported in INDIA has been from Schools It’s mainly because most of the INDIAN School lack proper security arrangements and they fail to provide proper security to their students. That’s why schools remains favorite spot of the Kidnappers. That’s why schools remains favorite spot of the Kidnappers. HAWKS Enterprises

9 NEED OF GPS SYSTEMS How can we make schools a safer place for students……………… Teach tem safety habits. Let them talk and Listen to them Teach them to seek help Teach them about personal information. Teach them to think first. Teach them to yell and run. Provide them safety devices/Trackers. HAWKS Enterprises

10 NEED OF GPS SYSTEMS TEACH THEM SAFETY HABITS: In most of the kidnap cases, the kidnappers were the people the children know them very well. Let them know that every stranger is not bad while every acquaintance is not god. Give them lessons on safety habits so that they can be careful around both strangers and acquaintance HAWKS Enterprises

11 NEED OF GPS SYSTEMS LET THEM TALK AND LISTEN TO THEM: Let the children talk to you freely if they sense anything is not safe. Help them to build the habit of talking to you in times of need. Thus keeping them safe HAWKS Enterprises

12 NEED OF GPS SYSTEMS TEACH THEM TO SEEK HELP: Tell your students to go and talk to an adult they feel they can rely on at the moment, they feel unsafe or alone. It can be the school security guard, shopkeeper or librarian. Teach them to deal unsafe condition with confidence. HAWKS Enterprises

13 NEED OF GPS SYSTEMS TEACH THEM ABOUT PERSONAL INFORMATION: Most of the children have the habit of giving away their personal information to anyone. Teach your students not to give personal information to strangers without consulting with an adult who is responsible for their safety. Teach them to walk away with confidence if any one insist. HAWKS Enterprises

14 NEED OF GPS SYSTEMS TEACH THEM TO THINK FIRST: Ask the student to think first before answering to any stranger. Avoid strangers if they are alone. Ask them to keep their answer short while talking to a stranger without giving away any personal information. HAWKS Enterprises

15 NEED OF GPS SYSTEMS TEACH THEM TO YELL AND RUN…….. Teach them to yell and run away if they feel that they are in danger. Yelling can grab attention and save them from unwanted danger. HAWKS Enterprises

16 NEED OF GPS SYSTEMS PROVIDE THEM SAFETY DEVICES. Protect the child by giving them safety/tracking devices. Teach them how to use. Parents/guardians/school authorities can locate the exact position of child and can contact him also. HAWKS Enterprises

17 NEED OF GPS SYSTEMS Apart from all these check for the latest technology that can ensure safety of students in school and install that in your institute. Let them learn and grow them in a safe environment for they are the future of INDIA……………… HAWKS Enterprises

18 Hierarchy of Needs Physiological Safety Belongingness and Love Esteem Self-Actualization - LEARNING HAWKS Enterprises

19 Impact on Achievement “Theft and violence at school and while going to and from school can lead to a disruptive and threatening environment, physical injury, and emotional stress, and can be an obstacle to student achievement.” “Theft and violence at school and while going to and from school can lead to a disruptive and threatening environment, physical injury, and emotional stress, and can be an obstacle to student achievement.” HAWKS Enterprises

20 Safe Schools Positive school climate and atmosphere Clear and high academic and disciplinary expectations of students Strong student attachment to the school High levels of both student participation and parent involvement Values and practices that make everyone feel included; appreciation of diversity HAWKS Enterprises

21 Safe Schools Building and grounds are well maintained. Students feel safe reporting crime and safety problems to staff. Disciplinary and safety problems are quickly and appropriately addressed. Access is controlled and visitors are monitored. All staff actively supervise students both inside and outside the classroom. All areas are safe by design or by staff supervision. HAWKS Enterprises

22 Safe Schools Planning Establish a team. Assess needs. Prioritize needs. Develop and implement a plan. HAWKS Enterprises

23 Who Should Be Involved? Students School Administrators Staff, and Board Parents and Caregivers SRO, School Police Officers, and Local Law Enforcement HAWKS Enterprises

24 Needs Assessment Collect existing indicator data. Survey parents, staff, and students about their safety concerns. Assess climate, security, and design. Conduct an inventory of assets. HAWKS Enterprises

25 Prioritize Needs What’s important? What’s feasible? HAWKS Enterprises

26 Develop a Plan Set measurable objectives that include –Time frame –Desired change. Select effective programs and strategies. Break the plan down step-by-step. HAWKS Enterprises

27 Engaging the Community Involve community members on the planning team. Gather their feedback through surveys. Involve them through a forum. Consult them as needed for expertise. Ask for their support of measures. HAWKS Enterprises

28 Parents and Caregivers Program development and implementation Cultural/diversity programming Mentoring and volunteering (can serve as hallway, playground, and lunchroom monitors) Visitor check-in table Safety patrols to and from school Advocacy to elected officials and school board HAWKS Enterprises

29 Community Service Providers Identifying learning and behavioral problems Counseling Resolving conflicts and providing alternatives to violence Conducting parent education programs Teaching social skills Providing afterschool and in-school programming Providing safe havens for kids HAWKS Enterprises

30 Law Enforcement and First Responders Information-sharing and collaboration Training for staff in emergency response Training for staff and School Resource Officers in warning signs Law-related education for students First aid classes for staff and students Mentoring and tutoring HAWKS Enterprises

31 Community and State Leaders Speak at awareness-building events Provide influential leadership Build support in the community Provide expertise on available alternative and supplementary resources HAWKS Enterprises

32 Presenter Contact Information HAWKS ENTERPRISES Sunil Garg Cell: HAWKS Enterprises


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