School Safety Resources
The State Police works with parents, students, and school staff. Our goal is to keep school districts safe and secure. Below are several popular programs and resources offered at no cost by PSP.
Active Shooter Preparedness Training, “Run, Hide, Fight”
PSP offers a classroom-based presentation that prepares individuals for an active shooter situation. The discussion focuses on:
different mental strategies and response tactics
active shooter statistics, trends, and real incidents
the basics of the federally-suggested actions of “Run, Hide, Fight.”
This presentation may be most appropriate for school staff and administration. To schedule a presentation:
Cyberbullying and other Safety Presentations for Students
Community Services Officers offer no-cost training, such as:
Risk and Vulnerability Assessment Team (RVAT)
The Bureau of Criminal Investigation, Domestic Security Division, administers the RVAT program. The RVAT program provides:
RVAT personnel are State Troopers trained on assessment procedures related to:
They are Physical Security Professionals (PSP) certified through ASIS. ASIS is a preeminent organization for security professionals with 38,000 members worldwide.
These free assessments will identify practical steps that can better protect each facility.
Facilities assessed by RVAT include:
Houses of Worship
For more information or to schedule a Risk and Vulnerability Assessment: