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Staff and Faculty SCHOOL SAFETY

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  1. Staff and FacultySCHOOL SAFETY Aug.5, 2014

  2. NON-EMERGENCY NUMBER317-327-3811 EMERGENCY- 911 WILLIAM J. BENJAMIN 317-225-8227 Lossie Davis 317-289-7924 Tom Davis 317-445-2015 (School Traffic and Parking)

  3. Problems with staff and faculty • They park where they want to. • They park in the handicap spaces. • Tell us how to direct traffic. • Will not where their safety vest for arrival and dismissal. • Prop doors open. • They call 911 when we are on campus. • Don’t know how to operate their own building alarm. • Don’t tell us who’s in our buildings. • Keep criminal activity from us. • Don’t know the building they work in. • Afraid or too lazy to address our culture. • Sleep in our meetings. • Delay in reporting a major, sensitive, or unusual incident.

  4. Problems with staff and Faculty • We have faculty members playing principal. • Teachers allowing scholars into halls without passes. • Teachers giving scholars passes within the first and last 10 minutes of class. • Not exiting the building when a fire alarm sounds. • Lack of faculty support in the café, and at both arrival and dismissal times. • Allowing a scholar back in school after an arrest. • Questioning law enforcement on items we confiscate. • Have been told by faculty that they give us permission to correct a scholar. • Place scholars in the hallways for discipline during instruction. • Interfere in an arrest . • Faculty driving the wrong way on school grounds. (WTF!) • Faculty leaving their vehicle unlocked , with windows down , with items in plain view. • Faculty has had officers investigate scholars who looked suspicious. • Interns not identified by a badge or special pass.

  5. LAYERS OF PROTECTION FOR OUR BUILDINGS • DOORS LOCKED AT ALL TIMES • FRONT DESK RECEPTIONIST • LOBBY GUARD • ALARMS • CAMERAS • STAFF AND FACULTY • COMMON SENSE and COMMUNICATION • UNDERSTANDING WHO SHOULD ENTER THE BUILDING • OUR OFFICERS • OUR SCHOLARS

  6. TEN CODES FOR RADIO USAGE • CODE 1 – LIFE, DEATH, OR SERIOUS BODILY INJURY • CODE 2 – USING THE RESTROOM • CODE 3 – LUNCH BREAK • 1096 – SERIOUS MENTAL SUBJECT • ALWAYS USE PLAIN LANGUAGE ON THE RADIO

  7. WHERE WE HAVE BEEN AND WHERE WE ARE GOING ? 3 SCHOOLS NOW 6 Schools or

  8. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT • WHEN THERE ARE CLASSROOM ISSUES USE THE ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGE OF COMMAND PRIOR TO CALLING FOR AN OFFICER • SUMMONS AN OFFICER ONLY IF THERE IS PROBABILITY THAT A CRIME IS ABOUT TO OCCUR OR HAS OCCURRED. DO IT IMMEDIATELY

  9. Please Remember • If Its • Major, • Sensitive, • Or • Unusual • Report immediately to your Principal

  10. iep • INDIVIDUAL • EDUCATION • PLAN

  11. iep • INDIVIDUAL • EXTRACTION • PLAN • FOR POLICE ONLY

  12. GANG AWARENESS LOCAL EASTSIDE GANGS • Dough Boyz • Pop it off Boyz, they love their guns and crime of choice is robbery • Block Burners, Colors are (Red &Black) • Bad Newz • Hound Bros, Colors are (White & Blue) • The Green Team • Major Mafia Movement • Gangs members wore colored beads prior to wearing the rosaries. • ROSARIES - the idea was taken from Latin Gangs. Some kids don’t even know why they are wearing them other than a fashion statement. • Look for writings and graffiti in our building then report it. • Report any and all known threats of violence even if it sounds crazy. • Gang Training, Aug. 22nd at 2pm

  13. REPORTING AN INCIDENT • OFFICERS CAN HANDLE NON SCHOOL RELATED PERSONAL ISSUES • SCHOOL INCIDENTS THAT DOES NOT INVOLVE A CRIME SHOULD BE REPORTED TO THE PRINCIPAL IMMEDIATELY (NO DELAY) • SCHOOL INCIDENTS THAT DOES INVOLVE A CRIME SHOULD BE REPORTED TO THE PRINCIPAL AND DIRECTOR OF SECURITY IMMEDIATELY (NO DELAY)

  14. REPORTING AN INCIDENT • THERE IS AN INCIDENT REPORTING FORM IN M DRIVE THAT CAN BE COMPLETED AND SENT TO THE DIRECTOR OF SECURITY

  15. KNOWING YOUR EMERGENCY CODES • LOCK DOWN – STAY WHERE YOU ARE, TEACHERS CONTINUE TO INSTRUCT. NO ONE ENTERS THE BUILDING AND NO ONE LEAVES THE BUILDING. • CODE RED – INTRUDER LOCK DOWN. STAY WHERE YOU ARE, LOCK ALL DOORS, COVER ALL WINDOWS, TURN OFF LIGHTS, MOVE SCHOLARS TO AN UNSEEN LOCATION, SILENCE CELL PHONES, SILENCE SCHOLARS.

  16. KNOWING YOUR EMERGENCY CODES • CODE BLUE – GET OUT OF THE BUILDING AND REPORT TO SAFE LOCATION (I.E. BOMB THREATS, GAS LEAK, WATER MAIN BREAK, CHEMICAL SPILL). NOTE: REMEMBERING CODE BLUE MEANS TO GO OUT TO SEE BLUE SKYS.

  17. Gas Leak at Arlington • Building Principal Alicia Hervey

  18. EXECUTION OF VARIOUS DRILLS • FIRE DRILL – MOVE QUICKLY OUT OF YOUR ROOMS WITH ALL SCHOLARS. TAKE GO BAG, RED AND GREEN CARD, STUDENT ROSTER, LOCK YOUR DOOR. EXIT THE BUILDING WITH YOUR SCHOLARS SAFELY. • TORNADO DRILL – MOVE ALL SCHOLARS TO INNER HALLS AWAY FROM WINDOWS. STUDENTS SHOULD BE IN THE CROUCH POSITION.

  19. Emergency Exits • Don’t be a robot during an emergency • Have poise • Know your building • Know your close exits • Locate the safest close exit • When outside move your scholars a safe distance away from the building

  20. inside your Go Bag • Red and Green Accountability Cards • Traffic Vest • First Aid Kit • Clip Board with Class Roster • Writing Tablet • Hand Sanitizer

  21. CROUCH POSITION

  22. INNER HALLWAY

  23. TORNADO DEVASTATION

  24. TORNADO PROCEDURE • A. All groups outside the building are to return to the school and go to their designated shelter area. • B. Staff shall proceed with all students to the predetermined tornado shelter areas and remain there with the students until further notice. • C. Disabled students who need assistance are to be assisted by the person designated to assist them for building evacuations. • D. No student shall be allowed out of his/her designated area unless his/her parent comes to the school and requests that the student be released. • E. A student is to be released only to his/her parents.

  25. TORNADO PROCEDURE • F. Proceed to predetermined shelter areas. • 1. Students shall face interior walls. • 2. Students shall crouch on their elbows and knees and face interior walls with their hands over their necks. • 3. Students shall remain quiet to wait for instructions • 4. Staff members shall remain alert for students who show evidence signs of stress or panic, and when necessary, move such students to an area where they will not influence other students and remain with them until the all-clear signal is given. • 5. The principal shall give the all-clear signal and provide further directions. • G. Areas to be avoided. • 1. Spaces that are opposite doorways or openings into rooms that have windows in the exterior walls, and areas with large roof spaces. • 2. Interior locations that contain glass, such as doors, windows, display cases and the like. • 3. Areas where doors swing. When the storm hits, the doors are likely to swing violently. • 4. Corridor intersections (stay at least ten (10) feet away).

  26. EXECUTION OF VARIOUS DRILLS • BOMB THREAT – EVACUATE THE SCHOOL AND THE PREMISES. • TAKE SCHOLARS TO YOUR DESIGNATED EVACUATION AREA. • FACULTY AND STAFF TAKE ANY SCHOLAR WITH YOU EVEN IF THEY ARE NOT IN YOUR CLASS.

  27. Evacuation SITES • ARLINGTON = KROGERS AT 6108 E. 46TH STREET • CHARLES TINDLEY & TINDLEY COLLEGIATE = THE NEW YMCA AT 3908 N. MEADOWS DRIVE • TINDLEY PREP & TINDLEY RENAISSANCE = ZION TABERNACLE APOSTOLIC CHURCH AT 4007 N. SHERMAN DRIVE • TINDLEY SUMMIT= MT. PARAN BAPTIST CHURCH AT 4001 N. FRANKLIN RD.

  28. SOCIAL NETWORKING ACCOUNTS • INSTAGRAM • VINE • TWITTER • FACEBOOK • EMAIL • KIK • SNAP CHAT • PINTEREST

  29. SOCIAL NETWORKING • TEXTING STUDENTS ARE USING THE ABOVE SOCIAL NETWORKING TOOLS TO POST PARTIES, SEND PORNOGRAPHY, SEXTING, BULLYING, THREATS. (WE DON’T KNOW WHAT HAS TRANSPIRED OVER THE WEEKEND USING SOCIAL NETWORKING TOOLS)

  30. REQUESTING OFFICERS TO SECURE AN EVENT REQUESTS REQUIRES: • A TWO DAY NOTICE • LOCATION • NUMBER OF OFFICERS NEEDED • LENGTH OF THE EVENT • ANTICIPATED NUMBER OF ATTENDEES • NAME OF ON DUTY ADMINISTRATOR • (REQUEST FORM IS LOCATED IN H DRIVE)