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School safety is a process, not a product. Emergency preparedness and management is an active exercise that gets refined as research is conducted, lessons are learned, and most importantly experiences are shared with others. Raptor is pleased to present this special two-part series that offers expert perspectives on best practices, emerging trends and opportunities in prevention, protection, mitigation, response, reunification, and recovery.
P A R T 1 Now On-Demand
Join us for Part 1 in this series as we highlight a framework for comprehensive school safety planning and explore prevention, protection, and mitigation with our panel of experts in school safety:
P A R T 2 Now On-Demand
Join us on for Part 2 in this series as our panel of experts shares their perspectives and commentary on emerging trends, challenges and opportunities in school emergency response, reunification, and recovery:
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Mother, educator, and co-founder of Safe and Sound Schools, Michele Gay chose to take action after losing her daughter Josephine Grace on December 14, 2012. Since that time, Michele has channeled her work as an advocate, improving safety and security in schools and communities across our country.
Paul Timm is a board-certified Physical Security Professional (PSP), Vice President at FEA, and a nationally acclaimed expert in school security. In addition to conducting numerous vulnerability assessments and his frequent keynote addresses, Paul is an experienced School Crisis Assistance Team volunteer through the National Organization for Victims Assistance (NOVA).
Mark Williams is the Board Chair of Partner Alliance for Safer Schools (PASS). He possesses more than 30 years in the security and safety industry working with end-users and architects in a consultative role across multiple vertical market segments, including K-12, higher education, and health care.