Our Inspiration

The shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida was the culmination of years of irresponsible, dangerous decisions and policies that came to a head in the tragic loss of innocent life. In its aftermath a group of educators, law enforcement, safety professionals, public officials and policy collaborated came together to evaluate the process.

Our Mission

Evaluate and recommend the standard for an integrated school safety and security methodology, including human capital, physical plant, technology, curriculum and training.

Our Vision

Unite stakeholders to interact with the top people in their field to accomplish our mission.

Our Values

Wisdom – Integrity – Safety – Excellence

Our Initiative

1) Mental Health

2) Campus Hardening

3) Training and Staff Development

Mental Health

No one will ever be able to legislate, ban tools of inflicting pain, or fund enough programs to prevent human beings for perpetrating evil on one another. It has happened since the beginning of time, and realistically will never be fully expunged from the human condition. Therefore a sound approach for a school environment is to provide a foundation of Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) through character education curriculum and training.

Campus Hardening

There are two key elements in an active shooter event:

  1)  Provide building inhabitants immediate, accurate, actionable data.

  2)  Provide law enforcement immediate, accurate, actionable data.

 

Instantly detect and locate gunshot events for faster response

Preparedness and resins times are key wen facing an active shooter incident in a school. During these situations however, gathering accurate and timely information becomes extremely difficult. Valuable time is lost while students, staff, and response teams try to figure when and where shots were fired 

It is suggested that all schools install:

- Immediate, accurate detection of gunshots

- Real-time locations of gunshots through dynamic map-based monitoring

- Integrate VMS

- I-EO Integration

- Alarms and notifications to key stakeholders e.g. security team and law enforcement

- Integrated Access Control

- In room manual door barricades integrated into monitoring system

- Lighting systems integrated into monitoring systems

Instantly detect and locate gunshot events for faster response

Preparedness and resins times are key wen facing an active shooter incident in a school. During these situations however, gathering accurate and timely information becomes extremely difficult. Valuable time is lost while students, staff, and response teams try to figure when and where shots were fired.

Training and Staff Development

Provide age appropriate training to everyone involved : senior policy makers, administrators, teachers, staff, law enforcement, students and their families. Incorporating the key elements of PBIS and campus hardening systems.