Insider Threat Assessment in K12 Schools – A Key Strategy to Prevent Campus or Workplace Violence

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Sponsored by Accent Distributing, Continental Access, dormakaba, Eagle Eye Networks, Inc., Everbridge, HID, and Pivot3
Presented by Kenna Powell

Learning Objectives:

  1. Discuss how insider threat is one of the biggest threats to a K12 school, its students, staff and visitors.
  2. Explain how to identify and take action against insider threats.
  3. Describe how to create an actionable plan based on DHS models.
  4. Identify training needs for all stakeholders to address goals, assessment steps and information needed for reporting methods.

Credits:

IACET
0.1 IACET CEU*
Participants completing this course may be eligible to receive Continuing Professional Education credit or CPEs toward ASIS re-certification.

While most of the dialogue around violence mitigation has focused on response, prevention has now taken center stage. If the "bad actor" can be identified before stepping onto the pathway to violence or crime, lives can be saved and assets protected. Join us as we explore guidance from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in developing threat assessment teams in K12 schools to detect, deter and prevent insiders from causing harm.

Providence Day School Director of Safety & Security Kenna Powell, CPP, CSSP, CSSM is a nationally-recognized K-12 Safety, Security & Emergency Management subject matter expert. In addition to 25 years+ as a school practitioner, her recent work includes conference speaker, published author and online school risk management course development. Powell currently serves on several local, state and national committees including the ASIS International School Safety & Security Committee, the NCS4 Advisory Committee for Afterschool and Athletic Safety and Security and the NAIS Learning Group on School Safety. Her partnership with local and state emergency management offices as well as her CERT certification has elevated the school's level of emergency preparedness and response.

 

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Originally published in June 2020

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