Security in Schools. Reuben Mills Chuck Puchon Gary Quigley Jonathan Walsh. THREAT ASSESSMENT IN SCHOOLS: A GUIDE TO MANAGING THREATENING SITUATIONS AND TO CREATING SAFE SCHOOL CLIMATES (UNITED STATES SECRET SERVICE AND UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 2002).
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THREAT ASSESSMENT IN SCHOOLS:A GUIDE TO MANAGING THREATENING SITUATIONSAND TO CREATING SAFE SCHOOL CLIMATES(UNITED STATES SECRET SERVICE AND UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 2002)
Major Components and Tasks for Creating a Safe/Connected School Climate
• Assessment of the school’s emotional climate
• Emphasis on the importance of listening in schools
• Adoption of a strong, but caring stance against the code of silence
• Prevention of, and intervention in, bullying
• Involvement of all members of the school community in planning, creating,
and sustaining a school culture of safety and respect
• Development of trusting relationships between each student and at least one adult at school
• Creation of mechanisms for developing and sustaining safe school climates.
Provides Security checks on all visitors
- School can program specific concerns and needs
- Messaging system that sends text messages or notifications to security of a positive security scan
- Confidentiality Issues among school staff
- All staff need to be clear on School Policy and State and Federal Laws
See a Visitor Management System in Action (North Carolina)