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 Be Prepared to Handle the Aftermath of an Active Shooter Event 
Get Access to this Action Plan With a $1 Membership to Campus Safety HQ
You'll hear Chief Stephen Lopez, Chief of Police at New Mexico State University, speak to specific areas of recovery planning including:
  •   Public Safety Priorities  
  •  Communication Challenges  
  •  Institutional Leadership  
  •  Urgent – Quick – Soon : 3 Types of Decisions 
  •  Leadership Responsibilities & Tips  
  •  Statements to Make
  •  Vigil Planning  
  •   Who Are the “Victims?”  
  •   Resiliency Messaging   
  •   Bringing People Back   
  •   Longer Term Decisions & Actions  
  •   Don’t Forget Emergency Responders
Here's a look at additional content you'll find in 
Campus Safety HQ:
Protect Your Campus Against Bomb Threats
Schools and universities are no strangers to bomb threats, and they continue to struggle with how to most appropriately respond. How should campuses estimate the level of risk associated with a threat? What are the protocols for suspicious packages? And, how does a campus ensure safety while keeping class disruptions to a minimum? The Bomb Threat Protocol Action Plan teaches schools and institutions of higher education how to effectively respond to bomb threats based on best practices from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and experienced bomb squads.
  • Categorize threats as low, medium and high risk
  • Develop protocols for responding to unattended and suspicious packages
  • Achieve balance between keeping everyone on campus safe and minimizing disruptions
Active Shooter Training Sessions
for You and Your Team
The Active Shooter Online Course will teach you how to quickly identify that an active shooter situation is happening.  This will enable you and your team to respond quickly to the threat, saving lives by taking fast and decisive action in the presence of a life-threatening situation. Every second counts, and communicating quickly and clearly will result in saved lives.
  • Recognize the signs of potential violence
  • Learn what tactics to use when taking action to RUN, HIDE and FIGHT the Threat
  • Use these measures to lessen the effects of trauma for participant
Challenges & Plans for Non-Sworn Law Enforcement
Nearly 30 states cannot accomplish their private college safety and security objectives without stronger laws that authorize their officers to carry out vital proactive tasks.
This all new Action Plan: Issues, Trends and Challenges for Private College Public Safety Agencies explores non-sworn, private college security and public safety organizations that are in desparate need of statutory support to acquire advanced peace officer/
policing authority to protect their campuses.  
Brought to you by Campus Safety HQ and hosted by Stan Skipworth, this Action Plan teaches about:
  • Operating in the changing landscape of universities
  • Managing new social structures, including social media
  • Hot topics including campus protests, immigration issues and more 
How to Protect Students with Special Needs During a Campus Emergency
Do you know how to take care of and plan for students with special needs in the event of a fire, a campus shooting, a natural disaster or other emergency? Special Needs: Planning for Disabilities and Other Special Needs During an Emergency, outlines accommodating students with special needs and ensuring their safety. The course teaches you how to:
  • Identify who may need extra help and create individual preparedness plans
  • Set up more than one evacuation route and determine when to shelter in place
  • Prepare an emergency evacuation kit
Secure Your Campus with 5 Layers of Safety
When an incident occurs on campus — whether it’s a violent situation, medical emergency, hazardous spill or weather-related incident — staff members need to be trained to respond. But what needs to happen before the training and after the incident? The 5 Layers of School Safety covers Emergency Management, Staff Training, Exercises,
Hardware/Software and a Positive School Culture.
  • The After Action Review from the exercise will help determine any weaknesses that can be addressed through revising the plans or additional training.
  • The Emergency Operations Plan and Emergency Response Plan should be available to staff always by computers and apps on their devices.
  • A mass notification system is used to establish a communication method during the school year and becomes a vital link during an emergency or critical event.
Reduce Security Risk and Improve Response Time Without Expensive Training 
Created by the Campus Safety Conference team, you can now gain instant access to proven Prepare – Protect – Prevent Intensives from security professionals specializing in K-12, University and College safety issues.  Including 15+ sessions detailing strategies and tactics to reduce risk and improve response.
  • Prepare and plan for emergency situations
  • Protect your students and faculty
  • Prevent a crisis on your campus
We created Campus Safety HQ to serve public safety officials, security directors, emergency managers, administrators and consultants. We want to provide you with one central location you can turn to for training BEFORE a crisis occurs.

Campus Safety HQ's online library of training videos and resources will help you educate and develop ALL campus safety stakeholders, strengthen yourself as THE security expert on your team and demonstrate how SAFETY is EVERYONE’s responsibility.  Join today for just $1.
Have questions about Campus Safety HQ? Contact us at 1-508-663-1500 ext. 308 during regular business hours
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