MHA SCN Webinar on School Security

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  • Establish security and safety baselinesPromote organization-wide awarenessEncourage ownership
  • Want to provide a sense of control amidst feeling a potential lack of controlREASONABLE 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 SuriwieckiDiverse group of stakeholdersQuick and focused…
  • Want to provide a sense of control amidst feeling a potential lack of controlREASONABLE PRACTICES (not best practices)NATURAL HAZARDSBIOLOGICAL HAZARDSVIOLENCECULTURE & CLIMATETERRORISM/MILITARY CONFLICTPHYSICAL 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 SuriwieckiDiverse group of stakeholdersQuick 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…
  • TrainingWeb-basedBasic awarenessTHE I LOVE YOU GUYS FOUNDATIONJohn Michael KeyesEmily Keyes9/27/06Platte Canyon High SchoolThe 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:TrainingWeb-basedBasic awareness
  • MHA SCN Webinar on School Security

    1. School Security Briefing Secure Community Network January 3, 2013
    2. Agenda • Introductions • Risk Assessment • Mitigation© Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC
    3. Introductions Gregory A. Thomas, Dr. Gary J. Margolis M.S. Managing Partner Associate© Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC
    4. Why Risk Assessment? • Establish security and safety baselines • Develop appropriate control measures • Promote organization-wide awareness • Encourage ownership • Promote effective resource management • Proactive Planning – Thinking ahead© Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC
    5. Risk Assessment Benefits • Improves communication and decision making • Increases security awareness • Builds collaborative and partnership opportunities • Reduces liability and associated costs© Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC
    6. Risk=VCP • Vulnerability (state of being exposed) • Consequence (impact) • Probability (likelihood) Scale of 1 to 3 1 27© Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC
    7. Risk=VCP • Quick roundtable to build list of risks • Reach consensus, based on formula© Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC
    8. 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© Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC
    9. Risk=VCP • Prioritize - Low (1<>9) - Medium (10<>18) - High (19<>27) • Develop & prioritize actions to mitigate based on priorities© Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC
    10. Once you know… Take reasonable steps to address reasonable risks…© Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC
    11. 3 Circles of Prevention™© Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC
    12. Physical Security Systems  Campus Perimeter – fence or other boundary, video surveillance, lighting  Building Perimeter - access control, video surveillance, lighting  Interior – intrusion alarms, panic/duress alarms, video surveillance© Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC
    13. Policies, Procedures & Education • Human Resources • Employee Assistance Programs • Workplace Violence • Sexual Violence • Drugs, Alcohol and Weapons • Access Control • Bullying / Harassment • Emergency Management • Evacuations, Shelter in Place & Lockdowns© Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC
    14. Policies, Procedures & Education School Stakeholder Training • Conferences, Seminars and Workshops by - “in district” employees - outside trainers and experts • Train the Trainer Sessions • Video Conference Training • Web Based Training & Distance Learning© Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC
    15. Response Capacity • Teachers and administrators • Campus public safety/local police • All-Hazards Emergency Management (Concept of Operations) • Emergency Notifications • MOU/MOA© Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC
    16. Response Capacity Building Relationships A Critical First Step BEFORE A School Based Emergency Occurs! • Share your safety plan • Invite local and state officials to participate in planning meetings, drills and exercises • Invite parent representatives and the media to observe drills and exercises© Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC
    17. SUMMARY • Conduct a risk assessment • Prioritize, develop and implement reasonable strategies to address and mitigate these risks© Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC
    18. Resources • Margolis Healy • US Department of Education • I love You Guys Foundation • Jane’s Safe Schools Planning Guides© Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC
    19. Contact Us Dr. Gary J. Margolis 866-817-5817 gmargolis@margolishealy.com www.margolishealy.com www.campussentinel.com www.slideshare.net/margolishealy© Margolis Healy & Associates, LLC

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