Safe Havens has done considerable work in the area of helping school officials evaluate and improve student supervision. Improving student supervision is one of the most impactful things that educators can do to enhance school safety and it is also one of the least expensive approaches. Improvements in student supervision help to reduce the risk of many different types of school safety incidents including bullying, medical emergencies, fights, weapons assaults, sexual assaults and abductions of students.
Safe Havens was the first organization to offer advanced training in ways to improve student supervision to enhance school safety, security and emergency preparedness.
Like the other videos in the Ask Safe Havens series, this concise video can be a helpful staff development tool.
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