ACT 1400 Established Arkansas Safe Campus Task Force Review current campus safety and security practices Plans dealing with Campus Security Plans dealing.
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ACT 1400 Established Arkansas Safe Campus Task Force Review current campus safety and security practices Plans dealing with Campus Security Plans dealing with violence prevention Plans dealing with emergency response
Campus Security Plan Jeanne Clery Act (Annual Security Report) University Police Department or Campus Security Office Crime reporting policies Timely Warnings of Clery Crimes Emergency Response and Notification Access to grounds and buildings Annual Disclosure
Violence Prevention Plan Threat Assessment Teams Gained wide recognition after Virginia Tech Used to identify members of the University community who are exhibiting unusual behavior. Violence Prevention Committee Meet regularly to plan long term training and policy recommendations to University administrators.
Critical Incident An extraordinary event which places lives and property in danger and requires the commitment and coordination of numerous resources to bring about a successful resolution.
Types of Critical Incidents TTerrorist Activities / WMD Events NNatural Disasters TTransportation Accidents CCriminal Activities FFires / Hazardous Material Accidents Whether a critical incident is the result of an accidental or an intentional act has no impact on our emergency response plan.
Common Issues Communications Problem Assessment Resources – Too Few / Too Many (How to Handle?) Who’s in Charge What to do with the Media (speaking with one voice) Politics Planning and Training Environmental Issues
Incident Life Cycle Prevention Preparedness Response Recovery Mitigation Stages are from the National Response Framework and set the stage for the NIMS Standards Multi-Disciplinary Training and Joint Exercising
Emergency Operations Plan Emergency Operations Plan Structure and Contents Checklist Is the plan for specific hazards or does the plan take a comprehensive “all hazards” approach? Is there a clear line of succession and a continuity of operations component? Training and Evaluations