October 26, 2017
Protecting your students and staff is a big responsibility, and an increasingly complex undertaking. Security technologies and best practices are evolving quickly in response to changing risk factors. With lives at stake, you need to stay ahead of the learning curve – and we’re here to help you do that.
Join us for a morning of learning and networking, as we explore “what’s next” in school safety. Hear from industry leaders who are setting the standards for security excellence, and discover how local districts are responding with leading-edge solutions that establish safer learning environments.
Featuring guest speaker and keynoter, Guy Grace, director of security and emergency planning at Littleton Public Schools, presenting: Our Schools Have Changed Forever. Mr. Grace will share data and stories from his own school district, together with advice gained from firsthand tragedy.
Additional presenters from NSCA, Pro-Tec Design, and our district clients will cover topics central to your security strategy, including:
- Understanding K-12 Security Standards, as defined by PASS: Partner Alliance for Safer Schools
- Constructing a Security Roadmap, and strategies to secure funding
- Practical vs. theoretical risk: Where to focus first for greatest impact
- Best Practices in school safety: Real-world case studies of local districts who are leading the way
9:00am – Registration & Coffee
9:15am – 11:30am – Program / Presentations
11:30am – 12:00pm – Networking Lunch
Guy Grace [Keynote]
Director of Security & Emergency Planning, Littleton Public Schools
Presenting: Our Schools Have Changed Forever
Mr. Grace will discuss the unique risks schools face each day and best practices to help make them safer. His presentation will include data and stories from his own school district, together with advice gained from firsthand tragedy. He will cover internal and external communications, technology usage and staff training, reunification practices, prevention techniques, methods of risk mitigation, parent and student involvement, drills and implementation methods.
Executive Director, NSCA
Presenting: Assessment and Design for Improved Security Measures
Mr. Wilson will cover the history of the PASS K-12 guidelines, the top threats in K-12, technology trends and integration methods, taking a layered approach to schools safety, the TIER continuum approach, code issues and compliance, research on technology costs and funding models, and shared success stories.
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