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Focus on School Security and Early Intervention

How Crisis Intervention Informs Proactive Security in Schools

Many students experience a variety of stressors and might feel isolated or unsupported—potentially turning that struggle into a grievance. While the vast majority will never pose a danger to a school, they are still going through some type of crisis. This could create disruptions in classes, unintentionally place the student in an unsafe situation, or make their peers and teachers feel unsafe.
This highlights the need for security personnel to have training in crisis intervention.