K12 Education: Preparing, Planning and Responding to the Unknown

This webinar will discuss components critical to K12 Safety and Security.
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Webinar On-Demand
Sponsored by Accent Distributing, Anixter, HID, IDIS, ISC West, and Kidde United Technologies
Presented by Bryan Fox and Mike Seger

Learning Objectives:

  1. Recognize what K12 schools are facing related to student threats and the appropriate responses to the unknown
  2. Summarize measures to consider when dealing with an unknown threat to schools
  3. Analyze best practices related to responding to a school crisis and how police and fire are coordinating training by adopting the Rescue Task Force concept
  4. Distinguish how K12 schools are coordinating training with first response agencies in preparation for a full-scale exercise


Participants completing this course may be eligible to receive Continuing Professional Education credit or CPEs toward ASIS re-certification.
This test is no longer available for credit

This webinar will discuss components critical to K12 Safety and Security. Focus will be geared in the K12 environment sharing how to respond to a threat and coordinate a calculated response with police. Become aware of how police and fire prepare for a school response and coordinate with school administration before an event. Furthermore, understand the importance in K12 school partnerships with first response agencies and vendors to provide an immediate response to the unknown.

Bryan Fox

Bryan Fox is Captain of the Mishawaka Police Department

Mike Segar

Mike Segar is the Director of Safety and Student Services for Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation


Accent Anixter
ISC Kidde