Protective factors, like marriage and employment, usually reduce the risk of violence, but exceptions exist. Some individuals with such factors may still pose a threat due to violent histories. Also, impending changes, like job loss, can erode these factors. A comprehensive threat assessment considers protective factors, history, and potential events to assess violence risk accurately.
Explore how Drift Net Solutions promote restorative justice in the realm of school safety. Restorative justice aims to repair the harm caused by crime, violence, and oppression, extending its application to address all types of threats in educational settings.
Schools can be held liable for safety concerns, such as school shootings, lack of safety protocol, and assault. Schools can reduce their risk of being sued by investing in safety measures and training their faculty.
While the most notorious school shootings make headlines, the majority of gun violence at school happens in low-income areas, outside of school buildings, after school hours, and with low casualties. This type of gun violence is often ignored, but it is just as important to address it.
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With comprehensive training programs led by industry experts, Drift Net provides the necessary tools and knowledge to ensure school safety and crisis preparedness.
When visitor management practices fail, students are left in a vulnerable position.
Explore the alarming increase in vaping among adolescents and its impact on schools.
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Analyzing the role of social media platforms in spreading and identifying threats.
Virtual Security Perimeters (VSPs) are a system that creates a virtual border to secure and control access to a campus.
Aaron Coles thinks it's time for schools to upgrade their security systems.
A gunshot detection system (GDS) uses sensors to identify sound waves with a signature gunshot pattern.
Choosing school safety software: identify needs, research, consider user experience, and evaluate support.
Overcomplicated, poorly developed tech is causing schools to consider if the learning curve is worth their time.
After a recent round of funding, school safety and security innovators, Drift Net Securities is able to expand on product development and grow the Drift Net team.
Learn about the violent events that changed the way different countries control gun ownership.
Learn about the next standard of school security and how autonomous threat detection can be applied to schools.
Dr. Langman identifies suicidal characteristics and solutions to prevent these behaviors.
As students become more willing to address their mental health issues, we begin to gain an understanding of the scope of the mental health crisis surrounding young people. Here are 10 facts about student mental health.
One of the simplest, least expensive, and most effective courses of action schools can do to improve safety and prevent violence is to improve the flow of information so that students who present a potential risk of violence can be identified and evaluated.
Learn what the threat assessment process looks like, how it fits within a behavioral management system, and why more schools are turning toward context-based threat assessments to manage their students' behavior.
We’ve created the Safety Equity Program in an effort that all schools have this foundational, standardized communication tool without cost. This is accomplished by providing schools with a technological platform that allows users to develop and gather emergency preparedness information, allowing for easy access to staff and first responders in the event of an emergency.
Each one of our experts provides a skill set unique to their extensive experience, but all of them are motivated by the same idea: make schools safe so learning can thrive.
What motivated Drift Net's founder to take action against the onslaught of mass violence at schools?
...because all schools deserve comprehensive safety and security tools, regardless of their size, community, or funding.