Featuring safety experts & thought leaders on topics of training and best practices with insightful Q&A Sessions.
School Safety Continuity: Now and Post COVID-19
As schools continue to endure the challenges of COVID-19, one thing has persisted: keeping students safe. The pandemic has highlighted the need for optimized processes and ushered in a new way schools look at safety.
Join us Thursday, January 21 at 11 am CT to hear the key highlights of the Raptor Partner Schools Winter 2020 Survey followed by a discussion with Steven Chatterton, Director of School Safety and Security at Greece Central School District. Topics to be discussed include:
- How COVID-19 has changed school safety and what schools have done to overcome the challenges
- What to focus on to maintain school safety through the remainder of the school year and into next
- The benefits of screening and visitor management post COVID-19 as part of a holistic safety plan
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to engage with your peers and lessons learned from across the Raptor network of over 34,000 schools!
Thursday, January 21st, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CT
- James Englert: School Resource Officer – Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office, Board Member – NASRO, and Board Member – The “I Love U Guys” Foundation
- Chris Zimmerman: School Principal – Douglas County School District and Board Member – The “I Love U Guys” Foundation
- Carly Posey: Mission Director – The “I Love U Guys” Foundation
- Phil Coyne: President – Critical Response Group, Major (Ret.) – New Jersey State Police
- Jim Vesterman: CEO – Raptor Technologies
Partners in Safety: Building Relationships Between Schools and Law Enforcement
In collaboration with The “I Love U Guys” Foundation and Critical Response Group (CRG), Raptor invites you to a live panel discussion, Partners in Safety: Building Relationships Between Schools and Law Enforcement, on October 21st.
An active partnership between schools and law enforcement is vital to school safety. Both parties must take on the responsibility of working together to prepare and respond when an emergency occurs. But oftentimes, the day-to-day operations leave little time for building these critical relationships. Though unintentional, this puts school safety in the backseat, exposing our schools to greater risk
Join us Wednesday, October 21 at 11 AM CT/12 PM ET for a panel discussion including K-12 and law enforcement leaders as they discuss how the two groups can partner for safety.