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2019 Colorado Safe Schools summit: Resources for preparedness and security

2019 Colorado Safe Schools summit: Resources for preparedness and security

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2019 Colorado Safe Schools summit: Resources for preparedness and security

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  1. 2019 Colorado Safe Schools summit: Resources for preparedness and security DHS Color Palette Per OPA RGB Colors Use Arial Font For All Text Change Presenter’s Name And Date in Slide Master

  2. Purpose • Recruit force multipliers from throughout education fields to improve school security • Prevention vs. protection • Understand security basics • Ensure awareness of available resources • Preview SchoolSafety.gov • Review preparedness principles • Conduct security and emergency planning steps Fill entire dotted area if using an image. Crop to size. Do not skew or stretch.

  3. Basic Security – No Cost • Share information among all possible sources – know your threats • Create a culture of security awareness throughout the school community • Build a team to write and maintain a Security Plan AND Emergency Plan • Maintain a neat and clean exterior that enforces boundaries and disallows concealment Fill entire dotted area if using an image. Crop to size. Do not skew or stretch.

  4. Basic Security – Low Cost • Make investments that improve physical security over time – Deter, Detect, Delay, Defend • Train and exercise! Fill entire dotted area if using an image. Crop to size. Do not skew or stretch.

  5. Community Resources • Your law enforcement and response agencies (not just your SROs) • Your Emergency Manager • Colorado Information and Analysis Center (CIAC) • Colorado Emergency Preparedness Partnership • American Red Cross and other non-profits • Colorado School Safety Resource Center (remember to read the newsletter) • DHS! Fill entire dotted area if using an image. Crop to size. Do not skew or stretch.

  6. Self-Guided Resources www.dhs.gov/cisa/hometown-security Fill entire dotted area if using an image. Crop to size. Do not skew or stretch.

  7. Self-Guided Resources School Focused, MS Excel Based Self-Assessment

  8. Self-Guided Resources

  9. Self-Guided Resources

  10. Cybersecurity Resources www.dhs.gov/stopthinkconnect

  11. Commission Recommendation Federal School Safety Clearinghouse

  12. Clearinghouse Overview Federal School Safety Clearinghouse Gap Assessment A one-stop, government-wide source designed specifically for academic community users to access actionable information on school security and resilience resources; to identify gaps in knowledge, resources, and technologies; and to recommend best practices. Clearinghouse Components: Resulting In Resource: Interagency Editorial Process Collection & Coordination Awareness & Dissemination School Safety.Gov External Advisory Process

  13. SchoolSafety.gov Discovery Process Federal School Safety Clearinghouse Interviews with stakeholders representing: • Parents • School Safety Practitioners • Psychologists • Counselors • Architects • Teachers • Superintendents/Administrators • District-Level Emergency Managers • School Resource Officers • Principals/Vice Principals Time is limited. Organize resources for schools to make them “easily accessible.” Level of detail matters. Organize resources to help schools “know what to do first” and/or “start with the basics.” Consistency is key. Coordinate and de-conflict resources across federal agencies. Information sharing between practitioners is important.

  14. SchoolSafety.gov User Experience SchoolSafety.Gov User ExperienceFederal School Safety Clearinghouse Federal School Safety Clearinghouse SchoolSafety.Gov General Browse Capability (Casual User/Visitor) Information Sharing Capability (Community User) Foundational Assessment Questionnaire (Basic/Low Knowledge User) Drill Down Advanced Search Functionality (Advanced/High Knowledge User) Gradient Questions on: Designated Staff Emergency Operations Plan Staff Training Student Training Exercises / Drills Threat Assessment Reporting Systems School Climate Assessment Recovery Plans Site Assessment Search/Filter By: Topic Role Audience Resource Type Author Date Search/Filter By: Prevent Protect & Mitigate Respond & Recover Secure portal where validated users share documents and best practices and engage in discussions. Search/Filter By: Emergency Operations Plans Policies and Procedures Trainings, Drills, & Exercises

  15. Practical Exercise: Security Planning

  16. Security Planning Threat levels Posture changes Identification of critical and vulnerable assets Policies and buy-in Procedures Security management Security “force” Whole community Awareness Notifications

  17. Security Planning • Physical protective measures • Maintenance of current assets • Multi-year approach to improvement • Procedures associated with equipment • Deter, detect, delay, defend • Provisions for review, training, and exercising the plan • *A word about cybersecurity

  18. The DHS signature may be displayed alone on a slide to cue the speaker that they have reached the end of the presentation. If a question and answer session follows the presentation, this slide can be projected during this time.