Active Threat Strategic Plan Summary
The intent of this strategic plan is to apply the plan specifically to each and every district facility including all schools and support facilities.
Strategy #1 - Know who is in the building at all times or "who is supposed ot be here and who is not?"
- Implement a visitor management system identifies who belongs and those who do not.
- All visitors go through a check-in and checkout process controlled by building staff and assisted by appropriate technologies as needed.
- Requires approved visible identification of all adults who are a part of the staff.
Strategy #2 - Control and supervise all visitors access into the building
- All visitors only enter through access to the office to check in.
- Implement building channelization features to the office.
- Control spaces by locking all other interior building access points.
Strategy #3 - Secure the perimeter from intrusion
- Secure the building perimeter or site perimeter.
- The secured perimeter for the specific facility is a deterrent to intruders trying to gain access into the building without going to the office.
Strategy #4 - All staff receive ongoing active threat/intruder training
- Empower staff and students to make decisions based on known information and best practices.
- Utilize multiple training tools to provide decision making process based on specific scenarios and situations.
Strategy #5 - Do regular drills
- Utilize appropriate training, ongoing discussion and practicing drills.
- Involve law enforcement partners to critique and improve the effectiveness of the drills.
Strategy #6 - Establish communication plan
- Keep staff informed during events.
- Utilize communication tools for prompt notifications to first responders, district and parents.
Strategy #7 - Identify places of safe refuge and establish a reunification plan
- Identify and map places of refuge / rally points and reunification sites.
Strategy #8 - Student threat assessment process
- District school staff will assess a student's threatening behavior and determine the risk.
- Student threat assessment process will be utilized.
Strategy #9 - Be aware
- Be aware based on relationships with students, staff, families and larger community.
- Personal awareness of situations.
- Student awareness of behaviors and attitudes.
- Family awareness of circumstances and relationships.
- Community awareness at large.