SDB Powerpoints. Is proud to present In conjunction with the Department of Homeland Security, and the Transportation Security Administration…. A School Bus Drivers guide to School Bus Security. Identifying Security Threats and Incidents.
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Is proud to present
In conjunction with the Department of Homeland Security, and the Transportation Security Administration…
School Bus security begins with you, the driver, by using your knowledge and judgment. Being able to judge between threats and incidents will enable you to distinguish between a prank, and a real emergency, and better allow you to determine your best course of action.
1 - Location and direction headed.
2 - A detailed description of the threat, activity, or incident.
3 - Description of any vehicle and/or persons involved.
Always use state, school district and company procedures to notify the proper contacts, (dispatcher, police, etc.)Maintain Communication, and wait on instructions.
When you report make sure that the information is accurate, detailed, and important. Providing proper authorities with victim status, indicators and situation will greatly assist the responding parties.
ONLY approach or question a suspicious person if you feel comfortable in doing so. If you in ANY WAY feel uncomfortable or threatened, seek assistance!
Always avoid confrontations or using a “rough” approach. Don’t be abusive or insulting.Avoid getting physical or detaining the suspect. Instead, make note of the behavior and physical characteristics and keep them in sight until law enforcement arrives.
If the suspicious person is no longer visible, note the last known direction they were headed. If they left in a vehicle, be ready to describe the vehicle, and try to get the plate number.
Hopefully, none of us will ever be put into a situation where this training will be put to use, but it is good to have it and remember it.In today\'s world, one can never be too careful.