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Presentation to the 2014 Summer Academy of the Urban Superintendents of America Association

Presentation to the 2014 Summer Academy of the Urban Superintendents of America Association

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  • Establish security and safety baselines
    Promote organization-wide awareness
    Encourage ownership
  • Want to provide a sense of control amidst feeling a potential lack of control
    REASONABLE PRACTICES (not best practices)
  • Also helps develop a list to know what is something you can do on your own versus where you need external help…
    The Wisdom of Crowds by Jim Suriwiecki
    Diverse group of stakeholders
    Quick and focused…
  • Want to provide a sense of control amidst feeling a potential lack of control
    REASONABLE PRACTICES (not best practices)

    NATURAL HAZARDS
    BIOLOGICAL HAZARDS
    VIOLENCE
    CULTURE & CLIMATE
    TERRORISM/MILITARY CONFLICT
    PHYSICAL CAMPUS ENVIRONMENT
  • Also helps develop a list to know what is something you can do on your own versus where you need external help…
    The Wisdom of Crowds by Jim Suriwiecki
    Diverse group of stakeholders
    Quick and focused…
  • Once you’ve reasonably identified and prioritized the risks, then mitigate the risks through our 3 circles of prevention…
    the mitigation efforts…
    some require tech, policies, people…
  • Once you’ve reasonably identified and prioritized the risks, then mitigate the risks through our 3 circles of prevention…
    the mitigation efforts…
    some require tech, policies, people…
  • Training
    Web-based
    Basic awareness

    THE I LOVE YOU GUYS FOUNDATION
    John Michael Keyes
    Emily Keyes
    9/27/06
    Platte Canyon High School
    The Standard Response Protocol (SRP)
  • Training for school stakeholders (e.g. school staff; students; parents; local store owners) is critical to increasing the chances of a successful resolution of a crisis situation. Training delivery can take different forms:


    Training
    Web-based
    Basic awareness
  • Transcript

    • 1. SCHOOL SAFETY Moving From Hope to Trust… USAA 2014 Summer Academy Providence, RI
    • 2. © Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC Agenda • Introductions • Risk Assessment • Mitigation
    • 3. © Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC Slides available at www.margolishealy.com/resources and at www.slideshare.net/margolishealy Twitter: @margolishealy @socialsentinel
    • 4. © Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC Introductions Gary J. Margolis, Ed.D. Managing Partner
    • 5. © Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC Why a Risk Assessment? • Establish security and safety baselines • Develop appropriate control measures (mitigation) • Promote organization-wide awareness • Encourage ownership • Promote effective resource management • Proactive Planning – Thinking ahead
    • 6. © Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC Risk Assessment Benefits • Improves communication and decision making • Increases security awareness • Builds collaborative and partnership opportunities • Reduces liability and associated costs
    • 7. © Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC Risk=VCP • Vulnerability (state of being exposed) • Consequence (impact) • Probability (likelihood) Scale of 1 to 3 1 27
    • 8. © Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC Risk=VCP • Quick roundtable to build list of risks • Reach consensus, based on formula
    • 9. © Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC Risk=VCP Examples • Risk 1 (R = 3x1x3) = 9 • Risk 2 (R = 3x2x1) = 6 • Risk 3 (R = 3x2x3) = 18 Scale of 1 to 3 1 27
    • 10. © Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC Risk=VCP • Prioritize - Low (1<>9) - Medium (10<>18) - High (19<>27) • Develop & prioritize actions to mitigate based on priorities
    • 11. © Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC Once you know… Take reasonable steps to address reasonable risks…
    • 12. © Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC 3 Circles of Prevention™
    • 13. © Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC Physical Security Systems  School Perimeter – fence or other boundary, video surveillance, lighting  Building Perimeter - access control, video surveillance, lighting  Interior – intrusion alarms, panic/duress alarms, video surveillance
    • 14. © Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC Policies, Procedures & Education • Human Resources / Employee Assistance Programs • Social Media • Workplace Violence • Sexual & Gender Violence (Title IX) • Drugs, Alcohol and Weapons • Access Control • Bullying / Harassment • Emergency Management • Evacuations, Shelter in Place & Lockdowns
    • 15. © Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC Response Capacity • Teachers and administrators • School public safety/local police • All-Hazards Emergency Management (Concept of Operations) • Emergency Notifications • MOU/MOA
    • 16. © Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC SUMMARY • Conduct a risk assessment • Prioritize, develop and implement reasonable strategies to address and mitigate these risks
    • 17. © Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC Slides available at www.margolishealy.com/resources and at www.slideshare.net/margolishealy Twitter: @margolishealy @socialsentinel
    • 18. © Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC Contact Us Gary J. Margolis, Ed.D. 802-373-1977 (cell) www.margolishealy.com www.socialsentinel.com
    • 19. © Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC