Free School Safety Videos
Our team at Safe Havens International has been working hard this year to produce a number of new series of free school safety videos that can be used to learn more about school safety basics and help train school staff. The latest school safety videos in the “Ask Safe Havens” video series provides a definition for incident specific protocols and functional protocols, two of the most basic concepts in school crisis planning.
The school security experts at Safe Havens have worked closely with our award-winning video crew to develop these concise but informative school safety videos designed to help answer some of the most commonly asked questions. Submit your questions or topics that you would like to see addressed in future video podcasts by sending us a message on our contact form. There are currently over 30 episodes in the series and we have had a great response so far, with some videos quickly reaching over 10,000 views.
This series was produced by Safe Havens Video, the most experienced school safety video crew in the world. Our crew has produced custom school safety videos as part of training projects for more than a dozen school districts and educational consortiums around the country and several produced for state departments of education. We decided to create this web series in our spare time to answer the questions we hear from educators, parents and students around the country when it comes to school safety. As the world’s only video production unit dedicated to creating school safety videos, we have an extensive library of footage of real and simulated school crisis events from around the world. Our school safety videos have won Telly Awards, a W3 award for excellent web video and have been used by national news networks including ABC’s 20/20.
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