SCMT379 School and Campus Security (3 semester hours)
Over the last several years, the perception of safety has been challenged by a series of high profile critical incidents, litigation, legislation and the protection of the 2nd Amendment, right to bear arms. Officials at educational and all types of institutions must be prepared to manage every day security issues while planning for high impact scenarios such as terrorism and active shooter/ mass casualty incidents. Students will explore risk management and emergency management protocols, the threat assessment process, crisis and recovery measures, and become aware of the Department of Homeland Security protocols for active shooters/mass casualty incidents. Students will be required to take the web-based FEMA Active Shooter training and upon successful completion will receive a FEMA certification. This course will benefit students in the educational, criminal justice, security management, emergency management and, homeland security fields of study.