Addressing Active Shooter Threats on Campuses
When a gun is fired on or near a K-12 or college school campus, the first few seconds are critical for the students, school personnel, victims, and first responders. Seconds and minutes can save lives. Having a firm, well-understood plan of action is critical. Understanding where an active shooter is – whether indoors or outdoors – is key to improving first responder arrival times.
Moderator: Damaune Journey, SST, Inc. Vice President, Security Solutions
Panelist: Security expert Chief Ian Moffett will share strategies for addressing threats and speeding active shooter response times.
You will learn:
•Proven Best Practices for how to effectively plan for an active shooter scenario
•How to combine procedures and technology systems to improve student and personnel safety
•Indoor and Outdoor technology that can help your campus accelerate response times
•Effective programs that will engage your school community and make it safer
Meet our panelist and moderator:
|Ian A. Moffett has been a member of the National Association of School Safety and Law Enforcement Officials (NASSLEO) since 2003, and he is currently the President Elect for NASSLEO. As the Chief of Police and District Security for the Miami-Dade Schools Police Department, the fourth largest school district in the nation, he leads 190 sworn police officers. As a Subject Matter Expert for the United States Department of Education on issues related to emergency management in schools, he has trained and worked with multi-agencies regarding responding to critical incidents. He has given countless workshops in the areas of youth violence, gang awareness, and school safety, weapons of mass destruction, emergency management and tactical training.|
|Damaune Journey leads SST’s Security Solutions business and is responsible for establishing a leadership position for SST’s SecureCampus and SiteSecure Gunshot Detection solutions, the first indoor and outdoor service offering designed to reduce active shooter impact on campuses and in critical infrastructure, buildings, utilities and transportation hubs. Passionate about new technologies, he is quickly becoming an expert in active shooter prevention strategies across North America.|