Three Safe Havens analysts completed site visits for school security assessments for 19 schools in the Capitol City School District in North Carolina in late February. Safe Havens was recommended to the district by personnel from the Orange County, North Carolina Public Schools after a team of seven analysts completed a school security assessment for that district last year.
As with our work with the Orange County School System, we had excellent cooperation from the various public safety disciplines. We were pleased to have the opportunity to work with some of the same public safety officials during both projects. The law enforcement, fire service, emergency management, and emergency medical services personnel we worked with have been highly motivated and mission-focused in their efforts to help the districts prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from school crisis events. Safe Havens analysts are proud to have had the opportunity to conduct school security assessments for both of these school districts.
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