2019 School Safety Seminars
Why Most Schools & Municipalities Are Not Fully Prepared for A Lockdown
Join your colleagues for a free educational event to discuss solutions that continue to be one of the most important topics facing schools (K-12 and Higher Ed), libraries, law enforcement and municipalities today – safety!
How quickly and effectively a school can notify everyone of a lockdown or active shooter event can help save lives.
At our seminar, learn how effective policies and procedures, coupled with the right technology, can dramatically improve the safety of your students and staff. Hear from experts in the fields of school safety and technology to learn the right solutions for your school.
With a comprehensive technology plan, schools are able to upgrade and save money, improve communications between students, teachers and staff and most importantly improve school safety and prepare for a crisis event.
Who should attend?
Superintendents / Heads of School
Buildings & Grounds/Facility Teams
Head of Security
Law enforcement anyone involved in school safety & security!
Why should you attend?
Walk away with actionable ideas to improve school safety
Gain a better understanding of School Response to Active Threats
Learn how to save money by maximizing your investments in technology
Understand the benefits of upgrading or replacing the following technology:
Inadequate emergency notification system
Video Surveillance Cameras
At our event, learn:
From Chief Kevin Craig regarding school districts’ options for SRO’s and Class III Officers and facilitating those partnerships for emergency planning.
How you should utilize your existing technology components (phone system, paging system, speakers, etc.) to support your safety initiatives.
The 3 Principals to follow when purchasing technology for emergency notification.
Specific examples what other schools have done to improve emergency response times as well as improving overall communications.
If safety is a concern within your district or municipality, you do not want to miss this free event.