The SEC Blog

Preparedness Past the Initial Crisis

A shortcoming in preparedness, often identified during assessments by SEC, is a lack of training past the initial chaos of any crisis.    Loved ones and family members responding to the scene of any actual or perceived crisis, especially involving children, are going to have emotions at a fevered pitch.  The desire for immediate, accurate […]

Top 6 Security Mistakes

1. Chasing the last high-profile emergency Unlike other organizations, school districts experience intensified pressure to prepare for emergencies. The responsibility of protecting children can weigh heavily on school boards, administrators, and staff. Schools are inundated with conflicting opinions on what makes safer environments, and the emotions surrounding safety are amplified in the wake of a […]