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A PRINCIPAL’S PERSPECTIVE ON THE PROPER USE OF PANIC ALARMS. THREE LEVELS. Disruptive Behavior- Handled by the Teacher Arguments, Personal Attacks or Threats- Handled by Teacher and Principal Physical Harm or Immediate Threat of Physical Harm- Panic button. DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR.

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three levels
THREE LEVELS
  • Disruptive Behavior- Handled by the Teacher
  • Arguments, Personal Attacks or Threats- Handled by Teacher and Principal
  • Physical Harm or Immediate Threat of Physical Harm- Panic button
disruptive behavior
DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR
  • Talking out of turn.
  • Throwing paper wads.
  • Sleeping
  • Walking around.
  • “Rapping” on desks.
  • Wearing hats.
arguments personal attacks or threats
Arguments, Personal Attacks or Threats
  • Inmate argues when teacher corrects them.
  • Inmate says, “You have an attitude.”
  • Inmate says, “Someone ought to kick your teeth in!”
  • Inmate throws a paper wad at the teacher.
  • Inmates argue with each other with threats.
physical harm or immediate threat of physical harm
Physical Harm or Immediate Threat of Physical Harm
  • Inmate says, “Someone ought to kick your teeth in!”
  • Inmate approaches teacher with clinched fists.
  • Inmates get in a fight with each other.
  • Teacher feels physically threatened.
  • Other staff member attacks teacher.
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Inmate is sitting at his desk and says to an inmate beside him, “When we get back to the barracks I’m gonna take you out!” The other inmate ramains seated and shouts, “Oh ya, just try it!”

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An inmate argues with a teacher. The teacher has obviously reached the boiling point and no longer wants to deal with the foolishness of the argument. However, the inmate persists from his seat.

what to do after the panic button is pushed
What to do after the Panic Button is pushed.
  • Get to a safe area.
  • Direct responding staff.
  • Get out of the way.
  • Don’t let security fall into the “Cry Wolf” syndrome.
  • WHEN IN DOUBT HIT THE BUTTON!

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