Threats Are Changing.

Technology is changing.
Emergency Management is changing.
And Mental Health is declining.
THE CHALLENGES WE FACE
20%
OF CHILDREN AGES 13-18 WILL EXPERIENCE A SERIOUS MENTAL ILLNESS
21%
OF ALL ACTIVE SHOOTER INCIDENTS OCCUR IN THE EDUCATION SECTOR
79%
OF PARENTS EXPRESS WORRY ABOUT A SHOOTING AT THEIR CHILDS SCHOOL
95%
OF SHOOTINGS OCCUR FROM STUDENTS INSIDE THE SCHOOL
WE’VE DONE OUR HOMEWORK AND KNOW WHAT EXPERTS, ADMINISTRATORS,
PARENTS AND STUDENTS
HAVE TO SAY ABOUT SAFETY AND SECURITY.
Stats on the Challenge we face. Long description in the next element, #challengeStatsLongDesc
But don't just take our word for it!
Here's what the experts have to say:
U.S. Department of Justice

“In 2018 there were 213 casualties. The highest number of casualties occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Ten incidents met the criteria cited in the federal definition of mass killings.”

U.S. Secret Service

“The analysis suggests that many of these tragedies could have been prevented, and supports the importance of schools establishing comprehensive targeted violence prevention programs…”

National Alliance on Mental Illness

“One in five teens experiences a mental health condition. Half of all lifetime cases of mental health conditions begin by age 14...Early identification and intervention are essential to keep lives on track.”

Campus Safety Magazine

K-12 SHOOTING STATISTICS - “In 2018 we had the greatest number of incidents since 1970….2018 was the highest year for the number of victims killed, including the shooter, with 51 killed.”

95% OF ACTIVE SCHOOL SHOOTERS
COME FROM WITHIN

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