A Tale of Two Districts, Part 2:
Why Greenville County Schools Transformed
Their Volunteer Process and How They Did It

Join us Wednesday, October 9th, 1pm Central
In this webinar, Mr. Randle Evett, Security Specialist at Greenville County Schools, will share the story of discovering that an elementary school field trip chaperone was a registered sex offender and the subsequent transformation the school district made in their volunteer process to safeguard their students and reduce the processing burden on staff.
In this webinar you will learn how Greenville County Schools:
  • Has prevented over 300 potentially dangerous individuals from volunteering
  • Reduced the volunteer processing time from days to minutes
  • Easily manages more than 30,000 school volunteers with only one staff member
Randle Evett
Security Specialist
Greenville County Schools

About Our Speaker

Randle Evett currently works as a Security Specialist for the Greenville County School district in Greenville SC. His tasks involve coordinating the district’s volunteer program that has over 30,000 participants. He serves on the district’s emergency response team to assist during critical incident management. He also reviews criminal background reports to assess the risk to students in the district.

Prior to coming to the school district, Randle spent over 32 years working in law enforcement in Greenville SC for the Greenville Police Department, Greenville Technical College, and Greenville County Sheriff’s Office. During his law enforcement career, Randle worked in patrol, street level narcotics, training, SWAT, administration, economic crimes, court security and violent crimes.

He also taught college level criminal justice classes at Greenville Technical College for 3.5 years. He worked as an instructor teaching criminal justice 101, investigations, juvenile delinquency, defensive tactics, criminal law and police community relations.
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