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Campus Safety Readiness. State Community and Technical College System. Main Campus Downtown Tacoma Urban Campus setting with two additional campus sites within city limits. Approx. 350 Employees and 1,500 full time students at these sites. Downtown Campus. 6.7 acres

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campus safety readiness

Campus Safety Readiness

State Community and Technical College System.

Main Campus Downtown Tacoma Urban Campus setting with two additional campus sites within city limits.

Approx. 350 Employees and 1,500 full time students at these sites.

downtown campus
Downtown Campus
  • 6.7 acres
  • Surrounded by public streets
  • 3 buildings 350,000 sq. ft.
  • Student Capacity 852
  • Neighboring agencies within 1 block:
    • Tacoma/Pierce County Jail
    • Tacoma Public Library
    • Catholic Community Services
    • Residential Housing
    • Bail Bonds
    • Needle Exchange Van
    • 2 Churches
    • County Courthouse
south campus 5 5 mi from d t campus
South Campus – 5.5 mi. from D.T. Campus
  • 30.4 acres
  • Surrounded by Public streets
  • Adjacent to I-5 corridor
  • 5 buildings, 7 modulars 245,000 sq. ft.
  • Student Capacity 545
  • Neighboring agencies within 1 block:
    • Athletic Club
    • Business Park
    • 1 Church
    • Residential Housing
    • Hardware Warehouse Store
19 th street campus 1 5 mi from d t campus
19th Street Campus – 1.5 mi. from D.T. Campus
  • 9.4 acres
  • Houses Public Broadcast Station and related Communication Tech programs
  • 1 building 46,000 sq. ft.
  • Student Capacity 80
  • New 46,000 sq. ft. building planned for construction in 2011 Biennium
  • Neighboring agencies within 1 block:
    • News Tribune
    • Gas station/convenience stores
    • Golf course
    • Day Care
    • New construction (business park)
strategic planning for safety readiness
Strategic Planning for Safety Readiness
  • Identify objectives and strategies
  • Prioritize objectives and strategies
  • Select an objective
  • Discover SWOTs for the objective
  • Develop action programs
  • Evaluate programs
  • Monitor implementation
assessment of safety readiness
Assessment of Safety Readiness
  • Identify Strengths
      • What are your Safety Readiness advantages?
      • What policies, procedures and plans support the Safety Mission?
      • What are your human resources for emergency response?
      • What skills and training currently exist to support Safety Readiness on campus?
      • What systems and infrastructure exist to support the ability to manage safety communications?
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Assessment of Safety Readiness
  • Identify Weaknesses
      • What could you improve?
      • What do you do badly?
      • What should you avoid?
      • What resources are lacking?
      • What training is needed?
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Assessment of Safety Readiness
  • Brainstorm Opportunities
    • Where are the good opportunities facing you?
    • What are the interesting trends you are aware of?
    • Note: useful opportunities can come from things such as:
      • Changes in technology
      • Changes in economy
      • Changes in policy
      • Changes in social patterns, cultural expectations …
      • Funding availability
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Assessment of Safety Readiness
  • Assess Threats
      • What are the likely and less likely safety risks?
      • What are the potential damages associated with the various safety risks?
      • What conditions contribute to risks being more likely than not?
      • What obstacles do you face?
      • Who and what are potential targets for the threats?
assessment tools
Assessment tools
  • Facilities Checklist
    • National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities (NCEF) www.edfacilities.org
      • School surroundings
      • School grounds
      • School Buildings and Facilities
      • Communications systems
      • Building Access Control and Surveillance
      • Utility systems
      • Emergency Power
      • Mechanical systems
assessment team
Assessment Team
  • Campus Public Safety and Security
  • Facilities and Operations
  • IT
  • Committees and Councils associated with the above groups
    • Safety/Health committee
    • Facilities Planning Council
implementation action team
Implementation/Action Team
  • Risk Manager (V.P. of Admin Services)
  • Campus Public Safety and Security
  • Facilities and Operations
  • IT
  • Public Information Officer
  • Executive Deans of each Campus
  • Continuing Education
  • Associated Student Government (ASG)
define purpose
Define Purpose
  • Enhance the ability to protect lives and property through effective communication systems, facilities that provide adequate protection, and through knowledge and awareness.
identify and prioritize needs
Identify and Prioritize Needs
  • Updates needed to Emergency Management Plan Document
    • Lockdown procedures
    • Procedures to address Intruder/suspicious persons
    • Emergency plan for child care
    • Procedures regarding Separated employees
    • Add section on media management
    • Add section on vehicle evacuation and routes
    • Add section for IT business continuity plan
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Identify and Prioritize Needs
  • Emergency Notification System
    • Identify options for communications
    • Determine system compatibility issues
    • Define specifications for 911 compliance and Microsoft Security system compliance protocols
    • Identify costs and potential funding sources
    • Acquire NOAA Radio Alert systems for each campus
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Identify and Prioritize Needs
  • Building and Facilities
    • Review Building Access & Key Management procedures
    • Upgrade to digital security video recording
    • Expand Access Control (Key Card Access)
    • Review physical capabilities to provide interior lockdowns
    • Upgrade Fire Alarm system
    • Identify costs and potential funding sources
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Identify and Prioritize Needs
  • Campus Public Safety
    • Add dispatcher for safety officers
    • Develop formal training program for lock down drills
    • Develop personal safety training program
    • Hold Safety forums
    • Provide NIMS training to administrative staff
    • Identify and participate in additional training related to Campus Safety Readiness
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Identify and Prioritize Needs
  • Training
    • Develop formal training program for lock down, shelter in place and evacuation drills
    • Develop personal safety training program
    • Hold Safety forums
    • Provide NIMS training to administrative staff
    • Identify and participate in additional training related to Campus Safety Readiness
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Identify and Prioritize Needs
  • Other
    • Provide access to mental health counseling and employee assistance
establish and develop partnerships
Establish and Develop partnerships
  • MOU’s with TPD and Port of Tacoma
  • Networking with:
    • Pierce County Health Department
    • Tacoma Ave. Action Coalition
    • City Managers office
    • Catholic Community Services
    • U.S. Marshall's office
    • Department of Corrections
    • American Red Cross
establish and develop partnerships21
Establish and Develop partnerships
  • TPD Lieutenant and Sector One staff toured D.T. campus facilities.
  • TPD Sector three toured South Campus facilities.
  • TPD and PCSD Regional Intelligence Group sends electronic updates to Campus Public Safety.
  • American Red Cross provided Disaster Assistance Kitchen Training at our South Campus Facility.
provide resources to emergency response agencies
Provide Resources to Emergency Response Agencies
  • PCDEM School Threat System
    • Campus site maps
    • Building floor plans
    • Interior and exterior photographs
    • Locations of critical services and chemical storage
    • Agency contact information
    • Copy of Emergency Management plan
know your resources
Know Your Resources
  • Pierce County Department of Emergency Management
    • http://www.co.pierce.wa.us/pc/Abtus/ourorg/dem/abtusdem2.htm
  • American Red Cross
    • http://www.redcross.org
  • City of Tacoma (Public Safety)
    • http://www.cityoftacoma.org/Page.aspx?nid=72
  • State of Washington Military Department
    • http://emd.wa.gov
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Know Your Resources
  • 13 college employees between Campus Public Safety and Facilities and Operations are IS100, 200 and IS700 certified
  • 3 Campus Public Safety Officers are Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) trained
  • Administrative and faculty staff in FST program hold NIMS, CERT and other Emergency Responder training and certification credentials
  • President Cabinet level staff are being scheduled for NIMS training and certification
know your community the bad guys and other non college related people
Know your communityThe Bad guys and other non-college related people
  • Jail releases detained criminals one block from D.T. Campus.
  • Catholic Community Services provides meals for homeless one block from D.T. Campus.
  • Needle exchange van conducts business one block from D.T. Campus during school hours bringing in drug addicts.
  • Homeless Shelter two blocks from D.T. Campus (overcrowded).
know your community the good guys
Know your communityThe Good guys
  • TPD one block away from D.T. Campus
  • TFD 3 blocks away
  • Armory – National Guard across the street
  • Campus Public Safety staff on campus
policies and procedures that support campus safety readiness
Policies and proceduresthat support Campus Safety Readiness
  • WAC 495A
    • Student Rights and Responsibilities
    • Use of College Facilities
    • Limiting Use
      • Firearms
      • Audio amplifying equipment
      • Right of peaceful dissent
    • Trespass
    • Prohibited conduct
  • Campus Public Safety SOP
  • Employee Safety and Health Manual
  • Building Access and Key Management Procedures