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Classroom Killers? Hallway Hostages? How Schools Can Prevent and Manage School Crises

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ISBN-10: 076197511X

ISBN-13: 9780761975113

Edition: 2000

Authors: Kenneth S. Trump

List price: $34.95
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This book guides schools towards a proactive approach to school security, learning from tragic incidents in the late 1990's in the United States.
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Book details

List price: $34.95
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Corwin Press
Publication date: 6/23/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 184
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.880

Kenneth S. Trump, M.P.A., is the President of National School Safety and Security Services, a Cleveland-based national firm specializing in school security and emergency preparedness training and consulting. He has over 25 years experience in the school safety profession and, has advised school and public safety officials from all 50 states and internationally. Ken served as a school safety officer, investigator, and youth gang unit supervisor for the Cleveland City Schools' safety division. He also served as a suburban Cleveland school security director and assistant gang task force director on a federal-funded anti-gang initiative.

Framing the Issues
From Paranoia to 'Politricks' and PR Campaigns
America Responds to Tragedy
Lessons Learned from School Crisis Incidents
'New Times, New Crimes'
Shifts in School Security Threat Trends
Early Warning Signs
Fact, Fiction, or Fad?
Applying the Lessons Learned
Assessing and Managing Threats
A Framework for Reducing Risks
Security, Crisis Preparedness and Comprehensive Safe School Plans
Crisis Preparedness and Management
Crisis Preparedness Guidelines
Process, Product and Preparation Issues
Managing Crisis Incidents
Preparing for the 'Post-Crisis Crisis'
State and Federal Support Strategies
An Example of Leadership in State and Local Preparedness
Where Do We Go from Here?