Safety and crisis planning is a vital part of school safety and schools should review and practice their crisis plans often. Reports or observations of potential threats to schools must be investigated in an appropriate, timely and effective manner.
To assist Arkansas schools in this effort, both online and face-to-face training and resources are available to help Arkansas school districts recognize, respond quickly, and help prevent acts of violence.
All scheduled and non-scheduled Safety and Crisis Planning courses are listed below for you to review the course descriptions.
Active Killer: Response for Educators
Basic Behavioral Threat Assessment
Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) for Schools
Developing Emergency Operations Plans (EOPs) K-12 Train-the-Trainer
Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Awareness, Bomb Threats and Search Procedures
Introduction to Behavioral Threat Assessment ONLINE
Planning, Conducting and Analyzing Emergency Crisis Plans
School and Suicide: Prevention and Postvention
School Behavioral Threat Assessments: An Introduction
School Site Safety Assessment ONLINE
School Site Safety Assessments and Audit Training
Standard Response Protocol/Standard Reunification Method (SRP/SRM)