 Emilyanne Smith, President of VirginiaTech Adam Kazaeic, Police Commissioner Gabriela Cevallos, Campus HealthDepartmen...
2On December 8, 2011 a gunman entered Campus, and shot andkilled two people, himself and a police officerThe man was not...
On Monday April 16, 2007 from approximately 7:15am-9: 51am,we lost 32 innocent people here on campusSeung-Hui ChoMost o...
The following are ways that will help the community at this universityincase of an another emergency: Improve security O...
Police CommissionerAdam Kazawic(In accordance with Virginia Tech Police, Blacksburg PoliceDepartment, Department of Homela...
6Ways to improve security on campusActions that will be taken if campus shooting occurs againTopics
Guard shacks at every entranceAll doors will require student/faculty IDAutomatic locking classroom doorsHiring a surpl...
Conduct DrillsEmergency Buttons in classrooms as well as more locatedthroughout campusSecurity cameras will be placed s...
Patrol & Narcotics Canine “Boris”Explosives Detection Canine“Boomer”Security Improvements* Canine Unit
Stronger Cooperation with outside agenciesVirginia Tech Police, Blacksburg Police Department,Department of Homeland Secu...
Pre-Action plan will be set forthMass-Causality Incident ActionPlan
Security will be improved immediately to stop and prevent theseincidents from occurring again.We will also be able to ta...
Campus Health Department AdministratorGabriela CevallosHealth Department
CRIME(SCHOOLSHOOTING)CausesofViolencePsychologicalTreatmentDisturbed mindLearning to commit crimeDeveloping criminal ideas...
16PsychologicalDefinition“Crime is a form of socialmaladjustment which can bedesignated to a more or lesspronounced diffi...
17Disturbed Minds: Problems during childhood Imbalance of personality Mood disorders: Anxiety, Fear,Impulsiveness Psy...
18Learning to Commit Crime: Criminal behavior can belearned Victims of violence are likelyto become offendersDevelopin...
19Psychopaths: Antisocial Behavior Generic reasons, parentalrejection, or lack of loveduring childhood Low arousal lev...
20Early PreventionFamily doctorsMedical attention offered bythe School“The earlier an ailment can bedetected, the better...
21FearFree workshop for the studentswho might have lost a loved onefrom either shootingFree full-time therapist tostuden...
The Department of Homeland Security has avital mission:to secure the nation from the many threats we face.our goal is clea...
23An individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to killpeople in a confined and other populated area – Activesh...
On March 1, 2003, the Federal Emergency ManagementAgency (FEMA) became part of the U.S. Department ofHomeland Security (D...
Free 90-Minute online Webinar (MANDATORY)HOW TO ACCESS AND ENROLL?http://www.dhs.gov/active-shooter-preparednesshttp://tr...
Vice President for the Division of StudentAffairsZhicheng Wang
27Review and Summary Basic information Deficiencies ActionsFurther helpful Actions by the Division of Student Affairs...
The Police DepartmentSecurity ImprovementMass-causality incident action planThe Health DepartmentConstructive counsel...
Provide volunteer activities to help people affected by theshootingEngaged in stress reducing activitiesReinforce Alcoh...
Your suggestions and criticisms areimportant to us.We want to hear from you!
Thankyou!
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  1. 1.  Emilyanne Smith, President of VirginiaTech Adam Kazaeic, Police Commissioner Gabriela Cevallos, Campus HealthDepartment Administrator Sumana Prasai, U.S. Department ofHomeland Security Representative ZhiCheng Wang, Vice President for theDivision of the Students AffairsVirginia TechShooting
  2. 2. 2On December 8, 2011 a gunman entered Campus, and shot andkilled two people, himself and a police officerThe man was not a Virginia Tech studentCrouse had a vehicle stopped in a campus parking lot when hewas approached a man and fatally shot while still in his car2011 Shooting
  3. 3. On Monday April 16, 2007 from approximately 7:15am-9: 51am,we lost 32 innocent people here on campusSeung-Hui ChoMost of the massacre took place in Norris hall (30 of 32 peoplewere shot there, the rest were shot in West Ambler Johnston Hall2007 Massacre
  4. 4. The following are ways that will help the community at this universityincase of an another emergency: Improve security Offer workshops to help students and faculty feel safe,have therapist as well 24/7 whenever a student needs totalk to someone. Monthly drills for the students so they are prepared incaseof another shooting.What if this happens again?
  5. 5. Police CommissionerAdam Kazawic(In accordance with Virginia Tech Police, Blacksburg PoliceDepartment, Department of Homeland Security, and other lawenforcement agencies)Virginia State Police
  6. 6. 6Ways to improve security on campusActions that will be taken if campus shooting occurs againTopics
  7. 7. Guard shacks at every entranceAll doors will require student/faculty IDAutomatic locking classroom doorsHiring a surplus amount of new officersSecurity Improvements
  8. 8. Conduct DrillsEmergency Buttons in classrooms as well as more locatedthroughout campusSecurity cameras will be placed sporadically around campusSecurity Improvements
  9. 9. Patrol & Narcotics Canine “Boris”Explosives Detection Canine“Boomer”Security Improvements* Canine Unit
  10. 10. Stronger Cooperation with outside agenciesVirginia Tech Police, Blacksburg Police Department,Department of Homeland Security, etc.Campus Security protocols will be improvedOfficers will no longer tolerate any misbehavior on campusNo more leniencyMass-Causality Incident ActionPlan
  11. 11. Pre-Action plan will be set forthMass-Causality Incident ActionPlan
  12. 12. Security will be improved immediately to stop and prevent theseincidents from occurring again.We will also be able to take immediate action and terminate thethreat in a quick manner.This will give students and faculty a safe working and learningenvironment so they can now go about their days in a carefreemanner.Conclusion
  13. 13. Campus Health Department AdministratorGabriela CevallosHealth Department
  14. 14. CRIME(SCHOOLSHOOTING)CausesofViolencePsychologicalTreatmentDisturbed mindLearning to commit crimeDeveloping criminal ideasPsychopath patternsSocial structureCounselingOtherTreatments
  15. 15. 16PsychologicalDefinition“Crime is a form of socialmaladjustment which can bedesignated to a more or lesspronounced difficulty that theindividual has in reacting tothe stimuli of hisenvironment in such a wayas to remain in harmony withthat environment.”SociologicalDefinition“Crime is an anti-social actof such a nature that itsrepression is necessary or issupposed to be necessary tothe preservation of theexisting system of society.”CRIME
  16. 16. 17Disturbed Minds: Problems during childhood Imbalance of personality Mood disorders: Anxiety, Fear,Impulsiveness Psychosis (schizophrenia) Incoherent though process,lack of insight,hallucinations, and feelingof persecutionCauses of CrimeDisturbedMindsLearnedBehaviorSocialStructureCognitiveTheoryPsychopathsCausesofCrime
  17. 17. 18Learning to Commit Crime: Criminal behavior can belearned Victims of violence are likelyto become offendersDeveloping Criminal Ideas(Cognitive Theory): Lack the ability to make moraljudgments Self interestCauses of Crime cont’dDisturbedMindsLearnedBehaviorSocialStructureCognitiveTheoryPsychopathsCausesofCrime
  18. 18. 19Psychopaths: Antisocial Behavior Generic reasons, parentalrejection, or lack of loveduring childhood Low arousal levels Brain dysfunction Social Structure: Income inequalities, racism,and discrimination = Highcrime ratesCauses of Crime cont’dDisturbedMindsLearnedBehaviorSocialStructureCognitiveTheoryPsychopathsCausesofCrime
  19. 19. 20Early PreventionFamily doctorsMedical attention offered bythe School“The earlier an ailment can bedetected, the better thechance to curing it”PsychologicalTreatmentPsychological and psychiatriccounselingStudent, staff and parentsTo ease the pain caused bythose traumatic eventsCounseling
  20. 20. 21FearFree workshop for the studentswho might have lost a loved onefrom either shootingFree full-time therapist tostudentsGroup meetingsPsychological support to helppeople adapt to the new safetymechanismsOther Types of treatmentBeproactive
  21. 21. The Department of Homeland Security has avital mission:to secure the nation from the many threats we face.our goal is clear - keeping America safe!U.S. DepartmentOF HOMELANDSECURITY
  22. 22. 23An individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to killpeople in a confined and other populated area – Activeshooter.Active shooter situations are unpredictable and evolvequickly.Prevention and Preparation for potential active shootersituations:Offer free trainings, materials, online courses andworkshopsACTIVE SHOOTER TRAINING
  23. 23. On March 1, 2003, the Federal Emergency ManagementAgency (FEMA) became part of the U.S. Department ofHomeland Security (DHS)Coordinates the federal governments role in preparingfor, preventing, mitigating the effects of, responding to, andrecovering from all domestic disasters, whether natural orman-made, including acts of terror.FEMAs mission remains:To lead America to prepare for, prevent, respond toand recover from disasters with a vision of "A NationPrepared."FEDERAL EMERGENCYMANAGEMENTAGENCY
  24. 24. Free 90-Minute online Webinar (MANDATORY)HOW TO ACCESS AND ENROLL?http://www.dhs.gov/active-shooter-preparednesshttp://training.fema.gov/EMI/http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oI5EoWBRYmo&feature=youtu.beHOW TO RESPOND HANDOUTHow to evacuateHow to Hide OutHow to take actions against the Active ShooterHow to respond on the arrival of Law enforcementsWhat Information you should provide to Law enforcements.How will you be benefited throughour program?
  25. 25. Vice President for the Division of StudentAffairsZhicheng Wang
  26. 26. 27Review and Summary Basic information Deficiencies ActionsFurther helpful Actions by the Division of Student AffairsContent
  27. 27. The Police DepartmentSecurity ImprovementMass-causality incident action planThe Health DepartmentConstructive counselingFree workshops, therapists, and classesU.S. Department of Homeland SecurityActive shooter trainingEmergency action exercisesThreat management workshopThree major actions will betaken
  28. 28. Provide volunteer activities to help people affected by theshootingEngaged in stress reducing activitiesReinforce Alcohol and Drug PoliciesFurther helpful actions will betaken
  29. 29. Your suggestions and criticisms areimportant to us.We want to hear from you!
  30. 30. Thankyou!

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