LCPS Department of Safety & Security

Report
LCPS
Department of Safety & Security
Presented by:
Suzanne Devlin, Supervisor
March 5, 2013
Who We are
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39 Employees (13 Full Time, 15 (10 month), 9 Patrol 2 Part Time)
1 Supervisor
15 Safety and Security Specialists (High School Support)
9 Patrol Officers
5 Coordinators - Technical Leads supporting Radio Communications,
Security Equipment, Patrol, Safety Audits, and Safety Specialists
3 Technicians supporting Security
2 Technicians supporting Communications
2 Part time Safety Inspector/Communications S
1 REMS Project Manager
1 Clerical Support
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What We Do:
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Incident Management Planning and training.
Coordinate school response to critical incidents at schools.
Assist in selection and coordination of activities associated with Safety and Security Officers.
After-hours Security Patrols.
 Respond to alarms at LCPS sites.
 Perform exterior and interior checks of school’s.
 Respond to incidents at LCPS sites after hours
Install, maintain and repair the electronic locking systems (500 locks) and AIPHONE video entry
systems in all schools.
Manage 10,000 member electronic card access system.
Respond to, maintain and repair the Fire and Security alarm systems in all LCPS facilities. This
includes 235 Panels, 1854 Pull stations,6000 Strobes/horns, and 6045 Smoke/heat/dust
detectors.
Nationally certified staff conduct annual inspections of all playgrounds and review plans for new
playgrounds.
Maintain over 3600 portable two way radios used by school staff daily and in emergencies.
Maintain the radio system infrastructure including 7 tower sites
Distribute and repair cellphones, BlackBerrys, and Smart Tags used by staff.
Manage 24/7 coordinated response to schools/Liaison with Law Enforcement.
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Strategic Leadership
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Principal Support in Safety Themes
Fire Alarm Maintenance and Testing
Annual State and Regular Safety Audits
Law Enforcement Liaison
CPTED Participation
Video Support for Investigations
Incident Management Coordination to School
Leadership
• Emergency Response Planning/Tabletop Exercises
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WebEOC
WebEOC is the County’s incident management tool that can be used (free of charge) by
LCPS to document and track incidents that occur at schools or on buses. The “Dispatch”
board has combined the handwritten alarm and dispatch logs into one web-based
application that can be managed by dispatch.
The Technician board management tool allows office staff to track daily work assignments.
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Web-based Emergency
Management Plan
• A comprehensive LCPS
Web-based Emergency
Response Plan
developed and
maintained by Safety
and Security.
• The plan incorporates
Individual school allhazards response plans
to include evacuation,
shelter-in-place,
lockdown and parent
reunification plans.
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Security Technician Activities
•500 Electronic Card
Access Systems for
staff entry to LCPS
facilities.
Respond 24/7 to calls for service around security monitoring equipment,
technical security equipment, locking systems and card access.
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Communication Technician Activities
• Respond 24/7 to Communications concerns
around repeater issues, cell phones, portable
radios, alert radios, bus radio capabilities and
transmission.
• 7 Tower Sites
• 1,500 Portable Radios
• 300 Alert Radios
• 900 Bus Radios
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Safety & Security FY 2012-2013 Statistics
Administrative Activities
Camera Footage Investigations
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
3
7
10
13
15
19
17
14
98
37
35.6
26.5
32
131.1
1
4
Video Evidence - Hours
New Hires
1
1
Training
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
9
LCFR School Calls
Fire-Rescue Services Calls - Fire
Fire-Rescue Services Calls - Medical
5
11
8
16
8
6
16
11
81
12
39
62
69
46
31
47
49
355
6
14
21
6
1
48
Public SERVICE-RESCUE
School Dispatch Alarms
Burglar Alarms
505
395
342
371
358
368
415
370
3124
Fire Supervisory
182
110
97
105
83
98
148
130
953
Fire Trouble
450
426
318
272
153
175
227
118
2139
4
2
3
7
2
5
12
5
40
1
5
1
2
1
10
5
5
27
Elevator
Smoke Detector
Pulled Station
1
Panic Alarms
9
10
4
2
2
4
2
5
5
27
Patrol Activities
Patrol Incident Notifications
Patrol Building Checks
Alarm System Tests
112
133
112
101
143
150
137
174
1062
71
52
128
198
134
79
86
68
816
121
54
55
106
84
46
23
13
502
1006
1204
1240
1398
1171
1175
7194
Routine Patrol School Visits
Assist Schools
30
28
44
39
22
23
26
13
225
Set Security Alarms
30
16
16
8
10
16
9
15
120
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Safety & Security FY 2012-2013 Technician Statistics
Technician Activities
July
August
September
October
Activation - Hours
Emergency Response Plan - Hours
Shipping & Receiving - Hours
Other Activities/Service - Hours
November
December
January
February
31.25
10
12.5
6.9
60.65
50.5
20.5
87.5
29.75
188.25
1
12
2.5
4.5
129.25
49.5
2
20
105
86
105
96
817
5.5
12.5
7
25
50.5
90
30
45
215.5
180.75
Alarms
Alarm System Repair & Service Calls
108
132
90
95
Alarm Install - Hours
Fire Alarm Repairs - Hours
Fire Alarm Service - Hours
35
40
91
70.5
236.5
Security Alarm Repairs - Hours
47.5
7
6
25
85.5
Security Alarm Service - Hours
26
19.55
36.5
47.25
129.3
5
2
6
1
33
101.75
41
25
1
168.75
CCTV Repairs - Hours
50.5
47
9.25
55.5
162.25
CCTV Service - Hours
16
32.5
47
53.25
148.75
8
3
7
6
51
92.25
20.15
35.25
80.5
228.15
Card Access Repairs - Hours
56
28.3
40.25
33.25
157.8
Card Access Service - Hours
45.75
37.5
128
71.75
283
Cameras
Camera Installations
6
5
3
5
CCTV Install - Hours
Card Access
Card Access Wiring Installation
4
9
7
7
Card Access Install - Hours
# of Card Badges Activated
396
672
452
423
376
205
275
224
3023
# of Card Badges Deactivated
149
68
134
44
94
107
100
124
820
118.6
80.6
147.7
97.5
444.4
2
1
5
2
21
4.5
9
13.5
10.5
27
ID Badges - Hours
Aiphones
Aiphone Installations
Aiphone Install - Hours
5
3
1
4
Aiphone Repairs - Hours
3.5
5
17.5
4
26
Aiphone Service - Hours
3.5
2
15.5
6.75
21
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Safety & Security FY 2012-2013 Radio Statistics
Radio Activities
Radio Calls
July
August
September
October
6980
12,013
9521
25,286
November December
January
February
21,406
12,889
*3864
103912
17
6
6
29
30
26
54
29
264
20.5
23
29
6.75
79.25
11
26
20
57
25
5
38
8
124
14
18.25
31.5
60.5
124.25
23
100
11,953
Repeater Install - Hours
65
Radio Repairs/Service
60
Portable/Alert Radio Repairs - Hours
Portable/Alert Radio Service - Hours
Cell Phone /Activations/Repairs/ Service
28
20
Cell Phone Repairs/Service - Hours
Infrastructure Hours
*count not accurate – system error
Safety & Security FY 2012-2013 Safety Audits/Playground Statistics
Audits/Playgrounds
Safety Audits/Follow ups
9
5
20
8
Playground Inspections
6
14
6
5
14
20.5
Playground Inspections - Hours
49
37
128
31
3.25
16
53.75
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Specialist Roles and Responsibilities
• Enforcement of School Rules and Regulations
• Patrol Hallways, monitor student behavior
• Handle trespassing, tardiness, and general
safety concerns of Principal and staff.
• Oversee Parking and Bus Regulations
• Issue Parking Permits
• Investigative Support
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Specialist Responsibilities
Continued
• Support Emergency Response Planning
• Provide Security for After School Athletic
Activities
• Represent Schools in Courts of Law
• Provide support for Fire Drills, Lockdowns, Safety
audits, Emergency Evacuation etc.
• Provide Input for Threat Assessments
• Participate in PBIS/Safe School Ambassadors
• Liaison with Law Enforcement
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Calls for Police Service
Calls for Service at LCPS Schools January 2013
Compiled from SRO monthly reports
Types
Alcohol viol.
Assault
Bomb threat
Bullying
CPS Reports
Dest. Of Prop
Quantity
5
13
0
32
2
4
Disorderly
20
Domestic
0
Fights
6
Gang Activity
Juv. Prob
K-9 search
Larceny
• These statistics are for one
month.
1
125
0
27
Narcotics
3
Runaway
3
Other sex off.
3
Sexting
1
Susp. Event
4
Susp. Person
10
Susp. Vehicle
8
Tobacco
1
Threats
13
Trespass
5
Truancy
11
Warr. Attempt
2
Warr. Served
2
Weapons
1
Traffic Enf.
73
Court
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TOTAL
388
• Representative of the
types/quantity of incidents
occurring at schools throughout
the school year.
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2013/2014 Endeavors
• Enhanced Role in Threat Assessment and Reporting
• Initiate Joint Public Safety Exercise and Forward Planning for Violent
Intrusion Response in Schools.
• Formalize Lockdown Protocols
• Institutionalize Tabletop Training
• Safety Specialist Participation in PBIS, Safe Schools Ambassadors
Programs
• Re-Design Radio Communications System
• Replace aging equipment failures (Camera, DVR’s)
• Participation in Regional Dialogue regarding Governor’s School
Safety Task Force, and Region IV discussion on forward leaning
School Construction Designs of the Future.
• Gather School Statistics to evaluate ongoing safety themes.
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