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School Emergency plans, pre and post investigations

Q1. You are a Director of Public Safety of an Elementary School; design an emergency plan in the event of a fire, natural disaster, and bomb threat.

Q2. What is the difference between a Preliminary Investigation and a Follow-up Investigation? What is the importance of both

Q3. What is the primary purpose of background investigations? How might protection officers be involved with background investigations? How do background investigations improve an organization's security? Explain.

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Q1. You are a Director of Public Safety of an Elementary School; design an emergency plan in the event of a fire, natural disaster, and bomb threat.
All of these issues require an emergency plan that must be periodically practiced by the faculty, staff and student body. A fire and a bomb threat involve an evacuation of the building, a natural disaster involves "duck and cover" strategies - get the students to the safest location INSIDE the building, not outside of it as would be the case with a bomb threat or a fire. In an evacuation plan, there must be specified stations where various parts of the building (or classes) meet, a safe distance from the building. There must be procedures to indicate a head count, so that all persons are accounted for, with a sweep of the building to ensure it actually is evacuated, and that no one is missing who is still inside. In the case of a ...

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Three questions: design of an emergency plan for an elementary school in case of fire, bomb threat or natural disaster, the importance of preliminary investigations and what occurs there, and what occurs during follow-up investigations, including the protection officer's role in each case.

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