- Serves as a comprehensive guide for building an effective security program at little or no cost.
- Covers fundamental crime prevention concepts, making it suitable for both school security professionals and educators with no formal security training.
- Addresses the risks commonly facing school administrators today, from access control to social media.
- Takes a holistic approach to school security rather than focusing on a particular threat or event.
Security professionals and consultants; school administrators and staff at public or private K-12 schools, universities, or day care centers; and anyone who has responsibility for policy implementation or protective services in the school setting.
Table of Contents
- About the Author
- 1. What Is School Security?
- Introduction – Security Is Not CSI
- Security Is Loss Prevention
- Today’s Student
- Today’s Security Program
- Security’s Impact on School Culture
- Stakeholder Responses to “What Is School Security?”
- 2. How Safe Is Your School?
- Introduction: How May I Help You?
- Loss Prevention: Proactive Security
- Making Security a Priority
- A Collaborative Approach
- A Comprehensive Approach
- Financial Considerations
- Keys to School Security
- Practices with Security Consequences
- State Requirements
- 3. Developing a Plan
- Documenting Practices
- 4. Securing Your Environment
- Introduction: Coming Full Circle
- Selecting Products, Systems, and Measures
- Access Control
- Key Concept–Testing Physical Security Devices
- Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
- 5. Influencing Behavior
- Defining Bullying
- The Bystander
- Addressing the Bullying Problem
- Bullying Prevention Programming
- What is Cyberbullying?
- Dating Violence, Stalking and Sexual Assault
- 6. Preparing Your People
- Staff Surveys
- Student Problem Indicators
- Visitor Management
- Security Awareness
- In-Service Training and Annual Presentations
- Personal Crime Prevention
- Personal Safety
- Online Training
- Security Systems
- Emergency Preparedness
- Substitutes and Part-Time Staff
- Security Personnel
- 7. Managing Emergencies
- Preparing to Get Started
- Plan Content
- Plan Training and Preparedness
- The Evolution of Active Shooter Procedures
- 8. Tackling Social Media Risks
- Social Media Introduction
- Addressing Social Media Risks
- Law Enforcement and Social Networking
- Web Filters
- 9. School Security Resources and Conclusion
- Chapter Summary
- Book Conclusion
- No. of pages: 228
- Language: English
- Copyright: © Butterworth-Heinemann 2014
- Published: September 11, 2014
- Imprint: Butterworth-Heinemann
- eBook ISBN: 9780124078734
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Mohamed A. Thu Mar 29 2018
amazing that someone at least cares about schools and knows what is good and what safety rules they should follow.