School Safety Resources Available from NLECTC
Law enforcement professionals continue to intensify their efforts to make our country’s schools safer. The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) and the National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center (NLECTC) System stand behind those professionals, ready to provide access to technology resources and information that will help.
The NLECTC System is striving to provide one-stop access to an extensive list of useful resources. The training materials, computer software, videos and other information resources listed below have been produced by not only NIJ/NLECTC, but by other subject-matter experts in the field. Each listing includes the title, a brief description and a link to the material itself.
Staff will post updates to this online resource guide frequently, so check back often. You may also ask questions and get information on a one-on-one basis by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (800) 248-2742.
|"It Can Happen Here"|
|“It Can Happen Here” is a documentary designed to inform and compel audiences of school safety stakeholders to prepare for man-made and natural emergencies. This video also provides resources needed to develop a new school safety plan and to assess and improve existing plans through relationship building and technology.|
|Triple Play School Safety Combo|
Triple Play School Safety Combo
A Critical Incident: What to Do in the First 20 Minutes, School Crime Operations Package (School COP) Version 1.1, May 2001 and School Safety Plan Generator
|ASTRO – Active Shooter Training for the Responding Officer|
ASTRO – Active Shooter Training for the Responding Officer
"ASTRO" is a Windows-based simulation tool that allows a law enforcement officer to be immersed in active shooter scenarios. The law enforcement officer must make decisions and act on those decisions to bring an end to the threat.
|NCJRS School Safety Resources|
|Stories regarding the topic of "School Safety"|
$3.7M Camera System Links Baltimore Co. Police to Elementary Schools
Eye On Education: “CopSync” Technology Improves School Safety
Community College of Aurora Opens Its Doors to Help Train Law Enforcement on Trauma Critical Care
U Of M Board of Regents Reallocates $4.1 Million to School Safety,
Eye on School Safety