This class covers the concerns and issues of preparation for principals to visit sites where they may never have been before. Considered the most vulnerable time–traveling to and from unknown destinations– this course will discuss what to look for to ensure personal safety as well as logistical considerations. It will address the necessary planning, preparation and threat assessment protocols for these types of visits. It will also consider the issues of how to advance unscheduled visits as well as dealing with lack of substantial information and or the lack of support personnel. This course will cover the basics of a proper advance for determining the needs of a safe and secure visit to an offsite location as well as discuss emergency preparations for these visits.
Prerequisite (or equivalent):
Research information necessary to conduct a proper advance, security plan, and risk assessment.
Assess situations and determine the appropriate action when encountering IED’s or Bombs
Identify and explain effective security measures while traveling
Discuss the importance of developing resources and contacts
Write a proper advance, security plan, and risk assessment.
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