Pass the Safety Test: Preparing for the New Climate in School Emergencies
Thursday, November 15 from 2 pm to 3 pm ET
As a school administrator, you are responsible for everything in your schools including the health, safety and welfare of your students. As more and more school tragedies emerge in the news, you need to assure your School Board, staff, and parents that your school is prepared for emergencies and ready to act and communicate during times of crisis.
You’ve run the drills and trained your staff, but how do you know when enough is enough? In this webinar, school safety experts will explore the latest trends, technology and best practices to help you prioritize initiatives to keep your school community safe.
This expert panel webinar features:
Todd Johnson, Chief Deputy, Newberry County, South Carolina - Chief Deputy Johnson has worked in law enforcement since 1989. He has lead school safety training for a number of organizations across South Carolina, including the South Carolina Chiefs of Police Association. He is also a member of the National Institute of Justice School Safety Technical Working Group, and a recipient of the Strom Thurmond Award for Excellence in Law Enforcement from the United States Attorney General’s Office.
Maureen Will, 911 Director of Communications, Newtown, Connecticut - Maureen has been with the Newtown Emergency Communications Center (NECC) since July 2008. She retired after 30 years from the Brookfield Police Department in January 2008. Maureen is Secretary of the Managers of Emergency Communication Centers Association (MECCA) and is a member of both APCO and NENA. Along with her Director duties at NECC, she is also a Deputy Emergency Management Director and Instructor for the State of Connecticut for Telecommunicators and was part of the working group for the new statewide telecommunications curriculum.