In the wake of Columbine and 9/11, schools are now highly challenged to provide the harmonious environment of learning that is their obligation. Many school administrators are hard pressed to keep updated safety plans in the wake of every possible crisis. What exactly is the plan of action when there is a shootout? Does the intervention plan differ if the shooter is a student or a parent? What is the plan of action in the event of bio-terrorism? This book provides the answers to these critical questions. This step-by-step guide helps put in place a plan for each of these scenarios that we hope never to face again, but unfortunately are likely to. qThis book, written by a school district administrator, is essential in imparting knowledge and in helping any school or district plan for arresting safety issues before they become dire problems and effectively responding when an incident occurs.q - Diana Ohman, Director, Department of Defense Education ActivityEven in these times of shrinking budgets, there are still ways to make schools safer with less money. ... A green piece of paper would be pushed under the door if everything is fine in that classroom and they are just waiting for the ... Some districts are considering the installation of security cameras as another deterrent anbsp;...
|Title||:||Anticipating and Managing Crime, Crisis and Violence in Our Schools|