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Jefferson County Sheriff Training Center

School Vulnerability Assessment

This fast-paced, in-depth 2-day training class gives participants the ability and the confidence to conduct a comprehensive School Vulnerability Assessment

School Vulnerability Assessment

Time & Location

Nov 03, 7:30 AM – Nov 04, 3:30 PM

Jefferson County Sheriff Training Center, 3500 Happy Hollow Ln, Fultondale, AL 35068, USA

About the Event

REGISTRATION: CALL 540 577 7200 FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER

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SCHOOL VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT

NOVEMBER 3-4, 2022

This fast-paced, in-depth 2-day training class gives participants the ability and the confidence to conduct a comprehensive School Vulnerability Assessment, reshape the environment to prevent negative and unwanted behaviors, utilize the internationally recognized strategies of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED), identify likely violence to occur and then make practical and effective recommendations. CPTED is one of the greatest tools available for making our schools, homes, public buildings, courts, housing projects, businesses, and communities safer. It is not just one technique, but a series of straightforward strategies that can be implemented to make any space immediately safer.

Participants should be prepared to participate! This training is heavy with classroom participation and culminates in an actual practical application in a public school. Those who attend this training will never look at a school the same way again….and your school will never look at you the same way!

Who Should Attend:

Superintendents

SRO’s/Law Enforcement Officers

Principals

Teachers/Staff members

Safety Team Members

DARE Officers

Participants will learn how to:

· Effectively implement the internationally proven strategies of CPTED

· Reshape the environment to positively influence human behavior

· Conduct a comprehensive school vulnerability assessment

· Make any classroom, hall, or space immediately safer

· Determine a school’s overall vulnerability to violence and implement strategies to make students and teachers safer

· Reduce the Opportunity, Ability, and Desire for crime and other unwanted behaviors to occur on school grounds

· Identify the types of violence a school is most susceptible to and techniques to minimize the risk

· Evaluate a school’s climate or cultural acceptance of violence

· Increase student supervision without increasing staff duties

· Convey a clear message to would-be offenders, with target hardening, that a school is not an “easy” target of violence

· Take advantage of the effects of space, lighting, and color on human behavior

· Apply CPTED in real-world applications

· Adopt a 360-degree proactive mindset

· Utilize mechanical and human security techniques

· Much more

Classes will be from 730-330 each day.

Discounts are available for more than 3 from an agency.

REGISTRATION: CALL 540 577 7200 FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER

Click here to register online

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