This Salient-sponsored webinar by Campus Security & Life Safety Magazine is now available on-demand. View the webinar recording here.
The U.S. Department of Education, along with the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and Health and Human Services has released a new planning guide to help school districts develop and maintain emergency operations plans (EOPs). The guide, which comes amid a rise in school shootings in the United States, delivers on a recommendation from the Federal Commission on School Safety to provide schools with resources and assistance in developing EOPs with their community partners, such as local law enforcement
In this webinar, you will learn about emergency planning for schools which includes:
- Security risks and planning for educational institutions
- Contents of this planning guide and recommendations
- Insight into how different jurisdictions at the state, local, and federal level can work together cohesively
John Friedlander is a senior manager with Kroll's Security Risk Management practice. John has a varied security operational and administrative background, and for 20 years has directed security management operations for clients that include leading financial firms, property management organizations, and high-net-worth individuals. Earlier in his career, John was Senior Security Consultant with Prudential Financial. His primary responsibilities included assessments and planning and implementation of asset protection programs and systems across the enterprise. John has served as an Adjunct Lecturer at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in the Protection Management department since 2008, teaching classroom and online graduate level courses.
Daniel Linskey is a managing director in Kroll’s Security Risk Management practice, head of the Boston office, and a fellow at the Duff & Phelps Institute. As the former Superintendent-in-Chief of the Boston Police Department (BPD) and a 27-year veteran of the force, Dan provided strong leadership through some of the most tragic and contentious events in the city’s history, including the Boston Marathon bombings and the Occupy Movement.