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South Elementary Security Audit 2011. “Keeping Our Stars Safe”. Presented by: Joshua Grover . Outline. Current Security Status Completed Audit Available (Handout ) Equipment and Resources Audit Current Crisis Kit Situation. Buildings and Grounds.

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south elementary security audit 2011
South Elementary Security Audit 2011

“Keeping Our Stars Safe”

Presented by:

Joshua Grover

outline
Outline
  • Current Security Status
      • Completed Audit Available (Handout)
  • Equipment and Resources Audit
  • Current Crisis Kit Situation
buildings and grounds
Buildings and Grounds

Generally speaking, South Elementary’s physical grounds are well maintained for in regards to security

buildings and grounds1
Buildings and Grounds
  • Areas to Improve or are Lacking
  • Staff I.D.’s – Staff I.D.’s are provided for teachers but wearing them is not enforced
    • Solution: Principal Demonstration and Enforcement
  • Student I.D.’s – Student I.D.’s are currently unavailable
    • Solution: Not necessary
  • Hallway Supervision – Although there is supervision in the mornings, there is none during the day or after school
    • Solution: Principal Demonstration is key. Hire more paraprofessionals to satisfy this need.
  • Alternative forms of communication - Cellphones are not currently available for support staff
    • Solution: Administrative staff should be supplied cellphones as well as paraprofessionals, chairpersons, and counselors.
  • Video Cameras – There is no video surveillance throughout the school
    • Solution: This is a possibly grant opportunity. It is my opinion that our school needs this feature.
  • Electronic Lock system – None
    • Solution: This would be a convenient way of keeping track of coming and going. Again, this could be a grant opportunity
  • Locks for Lockers Supplied by school – Only upper elementary have locks on lockers
    • Solution: Not necessary for primary elementary however, students should be provided the option.
play ground s
Play Ground(s)
  • Areas to Improve or are Lacking
  • Fenced – Although the primary playground is fenced, the upper elementary playground is not.
    • Solution: A fence could be constructed to limit access to the road
  • Vehicular Access – As a result of the unfenced playground, there is easy vehicular access.
    • Solution: A fence could be constructed to limit access to the road
vehicle and bicycle parking
Vehicle and Bicycle Parking
  • Areas to Improve or are Lacking
  • Students/Staff Are issued parking stickers – There is no designated staff, student, or parent parking at South Elementary.
standards of security personnel
Standards of Security Personnel
  • Areas to Improve or are Lacking
  • There no security personal on staff
    • Solution: Not necessary as our school relationship with law enforcement is healthy
development and enforcement of policies
Development and Enforcement of Policies
  • Areas to Improve or are Lacking
  • Policies Updated Annually – There is no provision for this .
    • Solution: An established committee would be of great value to begin this provision.
  • Anonymous Reporting – There is no established means to anonymously report incidents.
    • Solution: This provision would be easy to implement and I believe necessary.
  • Hallway Monitoring Policy – There is no written policy regarding teachers’ responsibility monitoring hallways .
    • Solution: Although there is a code of conduct there is nothing yet. This provision will be mention in the upcoming RTI(B) implementation
procedures for data collection
Procedures for Data Collection
  • In Compliance
  • The incident reporting system is updated annually – This inadvertently happens but there is no provision for this.
    • Solution: An established committee could compose this provision in the hand book.
dress code policy
Dress Code Policy
  • Areas to Improve or are Lacking
  • Banning Backpacks, Purses, and Coats– There is no written policy regarding the banning of such things.
    • Solution: This would be a point to thinking about to add to the hand book.
safety policies
Safety Policies
  • Areas to Improve or are Lacking
  • Staff Development – Although opportunities are provided for safety training, it is not mandatory.
    • Solution: If made mandatory, funds would have to be able to support this. This would be something to think about as a district.
  • Safety Audit Policy– There is no safety audit policy currently.
    • Solution: This would be time consuming but proactive in the maintenance of proper security at South Elementary.
  • Student Vehicle Search Policy - There is no provision for such a policy.
    • Solution: Not necessary
  • Metal Detectors – None
    • Solution: Not necessary
crisis kit checklist
Crisis Kit Checklist
  • Crisis Kits – There are no central crisis kits at south. Each classroom does have event kits that include class lists, band aids, toilet paper, procedures, and various other emergency items.
    • Solution: An established Audit team would be responsible for coming up with a minimum of five kits including material on the checklist.
audit members
Audit Members
  • Should include: Principal, Administrative assistant, Counselor, Psychologist, and a classroom teacher from each grade..
  • Tasks:
    • Perform a safety Audit Annually
    • Implement changes through delegation
    • Provide training