October 4th Webinar Series 1: K-12 Security & Safety Planning

Oct. 4, 2022

This event was originally held on October 4, 2022 and is now available for on demand viewing.
Sponsor: Aiphone, Bold Group, Evolv Technologies, Genetec, Milestone & NAPCO
Duration: 1 Hour

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Historically, school safety initiatives have addressed issues related to bullying, vandalism, student fights, and weather-related emergencies. However, the continuing threat of school shootings and related violence has compelled administrators to redefine school safety to include an increased focus on campus security. The “wakeup” calls that have pushed schools and universities to take steps to bolster security began with the Columbine High School shooting in 1999 and have been only exacerbated by subsequent mass shooter events at Red Lake Senior High School (2005), Sandy Hook Elementary School (2012), Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (2018) and Santa Fe High School (2018).

This webinar will discuss how technology, preparation, training, policy and risk assessments can help deter and defend your schools.

Presented By

Andy Phelps
Security Technologies K12 Sales Support Specialist

Andy Phelps is NAPCO Security Technologies K12 Sales Support Specialist. He has over forty years of security experience, spanning all facets of security, as a law enforcement officer, a certified locksmith, owner, and operator, and as an expert in physical security, electronic access control & security systems technologies. Amidst introducing a wide range of school security solutions and applications, he frequently speaks on two popular K-12 school security/safety protocols, i.e., SAVI ™ (Security Access-Control Vulnerability Index Threat Assessment) and PASS ™ School Safety & Security Guidelines, Tiers 3 & 4 (Partner Alliance for Safer Schools).

Brad Cary
Business Development Manager, Education

Brad Cary is the North Americas Business Development Manager for the Education Vertical. Brad has been in sales at Milestone since 2010. In that time, he has been a successful Channel Business Manager for the Plains territory and a National Sales Manager for both the West and South sub-regions.

Bob Curry
Northeast Account Executive

Bob Curry is a Northeast Account Executive for Genetec providing innovative security solutions for the public sector including K-12. Bob spent 17 years in campus law enforcement security technology operations before joining Genetec in 2017 as Sales Engineer than later moving into an Account Executive role in 2021.

Certified as APCO Telecommunicator Instructor along with several technical certifications has allowed him to thrive in delivering complex technology to first responders and emergency security operation centers with high rate of efficiency and adaptation. During his tenure in campus law enforcement, he managed and deployed, mass notification, land mobile radio, computer aided and records management, video surveillance, and access control systems in a large diverse urban campus.

Phil Santore
VP Managing Principal
Ross & Baruzzini

DVS, a division of Ross & Baruzzini, is one of the most trusted and experienced security consulting and engineering firms in the world. With over 50 years of experience and a world-renowned client base that includes Fortune 500 companies, critical infrastructure sites, and iconic historic landmarks, DVS has established a reputation as a leader in the security industry. Our services span the entire design and construction life-cycle, from assessment and planning through design, construction, and client turnover.Phil has over 39 years of experience in consulting and design engineering for several cultural/historical, residential, commercial, educational, federal and high risk facilities.

Phil possesses extensive experience and knowledge in Threat and Risk Assessments and Security Program Development. Phil provides specialized security technology assessment, recommendations, and engineering strategies for all projects, beginning his career in the security industry in 1979 and has held numerous technical and managerial positions throughout his career in the industry. His extensive background in electronic security countermeasures development is conceived in the context of practical applications as a result of significant years of experience.

Moderator: Steve Lasky
Editorial Director

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