The response to a school tragedy happens well before the event. With the proper preparation, including campus threat assessment and response planning, law enforcement officers will be in an optimal position to prevent, intervene and recover from a school crisis or critical incident while protecting the nation’s most valuable resources, our children.
This two-day comprehensive program will provide you with a process that you can adapt in your community to ensure school and campus safety preparedness. We will discuss law enforcement’s role in school crisis planning and related critical incidents as well as strategies for preventing student crime and violence on school property. You will learn the process of developing school-based threat assessments, how to conduct a physical school safety assessment, how to cultivate effective school/police partnerships and develop model policies.
- Developing effective school/police partnerships, policies and objectives
- Creating student support programs to prevent crime and violence in schools
- Designing school-based threat assessments
- Conducting a physical campus safety and security assessment
- Developing school crisis plans
Law enforcement command, school resource officers, police supervisors, campus police officers, school security officers, school safety directors and school administrators
About Your Instructor
Bobby Kipper is recognized as a national expert and best-selling author in the areas of school and community safety. He currently serves as the executive director of the National Center for Prevention of Community Violence and is a school safety and discipline specialist with the Virginia Department of Education. Mr. Kipper served 26 years in police service in Newport News Virginia and was a school resource officer and school police supervisor.
This course is not eligible for certificate discounts.