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Preventing Violent Attacks at Schools: Threat Assessment and Emergency Response Planning and Training - On-Demand

Preventing Violent Attacks at Schools: Threat Assessment & Emergency Response Planning & Training - On-Demand

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Preventing Violent Attacks at Schools: Threat Assessment and Emergency Response Planning and Training - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Get briefed on the latest threat assessment and emergency response planning and training considerations schools—K-12 through universities—should consider.

Since 2013, there have been nearly 300 school shootings nationwide, which equates to an average of about one per week, Everytown for Gun Safety reports. The mass shooting on February 14 at Parkland, Florida’s Marjory Stoneham Douglas High School, which claimed the lives of 17 innocent victims and wounded at least 14 others, represents the 18th school shooting since 2018 began just a short time ago.

This and other school shootings are a constant and horrid reminder that an active shooter situation can arise in any school, at any time.

Given that the threat to faculty, staff, administrators, and students sadly is immense, it’s critical to have a proactive and defensive strategy that addresses threat assessment, physical security of your school and campus(es), and personnel training on what to do if an active shooter situation emerges.

Use this on-demand webinar for an important overview on the latest strategies for assessing potential threats to your school and the emergency preparedness and response training all your school staff and students should receive. School security expert Jeff Zisner will brief you on:

  • What to include in your school shooter threat assessment plan
  • What to do if a threat is directly made, or you suspect someone may be thinking about inflicting harm
  • Potential warning signs to watch for
  • How to foster a culture of transparent communication, so school employees, students, and parents practice “see something, say something”
  • How the level of education provided—K-12/higher education—may factor into your security and active shooter response planning and design
  • The latest on the U.S. Army and Department of Homeland Security’s virtual reality experience designed to train educators on how to react if an active shooter breaches security
  • Physical security perimeter planning and design protocol essentials
  • What every school employee and student should be trained to do in the event they are in the midst of an active shooter situation
  • How to communicate your emergency preparedness and response plans to law enforcement, parents, and others
  • The impact conceal-and-carry laws could have on school security policy development and protocols

About Your Presenter

Jeff ZisnerJeff Zisner, CPP 
President & CEO 
AEGIS Security & Investigations, Inc.

Jeff Zisner is a recognized security industry expert with over 10 years’ experience in the security and investigations industry. He is a Bureau of Security & Investigative Services Security instructor, private investigator, ASIS-certified protection professional, and a coordinator through the FBI’s Infragard Commercial Facilities Sector. As a result of his dedication to Infragard’s mission and his production of high-quality training workshops, Zisner was awarded the National Infragard Rookie of the Year Award in 2012. 

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