School Security Master Plan--Assessing Prevention

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A School Security Master Plan
Assessing Prevention
April 28, 2014
Kellogg Center
East Lansing, Michigan
Daniel J. DiBardino
RECON Management Group, LLC
A School Security Master Plan
Assessing Prevention
Some basics . . .
Background:
o Schools are never truly secure . . .
o Not highlighted on news . . .
o Limited budgets . . .
o Parents are concerned . . .
o Labels are difficult to undue . . .
o Denial . . .
o Security – Always highlighted after . . .
o Courts do ask questions . . .
Why the need for a Security Plan . . .?
o Total program to support
o A learning environment
o An “accepted” standard of care
o Civil/Criminal litigation
o State and federal law
Plan Foundation :
o Prevention
o Deterrent
o Awareness
o Response
o Recovery
What risks does our school/campus face on a daily basis?
What are the risks?
How do we identify the risks?
Are these risks real?
Easy Method to Identify Risks
* Breakdown/Dissect each function
Our normal day consists of:
Shower
Breakfast
Driving
Work
Socializing
Driving
Home
Function
Risk
Eliminate
Shower
Slip and Fall
Bath Mat or Rails
Inside Enclosure
Eating
Bad for Health
Make Healthier
Choices –
Moderation
Driving
Crash
Speed Limit – Seat
Belt – Turn Signals
ATM
Victim of Robbery
During the Day –
Safe Areas
Work
Accident/Violence
Work Safety –
Proper Equipment
– Aware
Social
DWI
Friends – Limit
Drinking – Other
Method
RISK
By activity within school/campus
Probable
Eliminate
Accept
Mitigate
Function
Risk
Hiring
Baggage
Terminations
Violence
IT Services
Viruses/Hacking/
Information Theft
Visitor Management
Lack of Control
Financial/Accounting
Fraud
Interaction of
Students/Staff
Harassment/Threats/
Violence
Management Travel
Safety
Threats Against School
Safety Management/Staff
Site Location
Theft/Arson/Sabotage/
Severe Weather
RISK
By activity within organization
Probable
Eliminate
No Further Action
Necessary
Mitigate
Develop Programs to
Manage Each Risk
Deterrence
First Line of …
D-
Awareness
Conscious of events
School
Safety
Event
How Do We Respond?
Staff
Trained =
Prepared
Students
Others
Confused =
Unsure
Emergency Management
o Planning
o Training
o Drills
o Table top exercises
o Testing equipment
o Coordination
Recovery . . .
o Returning to a former condition
• Support
• PR Efforts
RECON MANAGEMENT GROUP, LLC
Delivering Security and Investigative Solutions Globally
30400 Telegraph Rd., Suite 472, Bingham Farms, Michigan 48025
(248) 540-0160 ● Fax (248) 540-3622 ● www.reconmgmt.com
Daniel J. DiBardino
[email protected]

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