AWR 148: Crisis Management for School-Based Incidents – Partnering Rural Law Enforcement and the Local School Systems is an 8-hour, DHS-approved course designed to educate rural law enforcement personnel as well as school administrators and staff on the elements that would allow for an effective response to school-based emergencies. Schools in small, rural, and remote areas across the country account for almost 23 percent of the total student population (more than 11 million students). Rural schools, law enforcement, and other emergency responders are often limited in resources, so it is imperative that all potentially affected parties collaborate on planning, preparing, communicating, responding, and recovering from a school-based incident.
This tuition-free course is beneficial for rural police and sheriff departments, school administrators, school resource officers, counselors, and others involved in school safety and security.
Topics covered include:
- Introduction to Incident Planning and Preparedness
- Proactive Threat Mitigation
- Incident Response
- Incident Recovery
- Vulnerability Assessments
- Threat Assessment Management
- Incident Defusing and Debriefing
- Parent Reunification
- Anniversaries, Memorials, “Copy-Cats”
Training sponsored by: Osage Nation Emergency Management
Training site: Osage Nation Training Room
1071 Grandview Lane
Pawhuska, OK 74056
Date: November 4, 2015
Time: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Prerequisites: U.S. Citizenship*
To register, please visit our website:
Please sign-up no later than October 21, 2015 as a minimum of 20 registrations must be received by this date in order to confirm the class will be held. Should you have any questions regarding the facility or location please contact Bobby Tallchief at 918-287-5225 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Please note all Non-U.S. citizens need to complete a DHS Foreign National Visitor
Request Form by October 14, 2015 in order to attend this course. Contact John
Kayser with any questions