Riverside police, RBHS conduct school safety training
RIVERSIDE — Riverside Brookfield High School Assistant Principal John Passarella and Riverside Police Sgt. Leo Kotor both attended a joint training session March 1 in Chicago covering school safety and security issues.
The training session, entitled, "School Security; Sharing and Enhancing Best Practices," was given at no cost to the school or police department by the Cook County Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.
Topics addressed at the session included identifying characteristics of potential predators, real-time tactical operations and strategies and best practices for school security. Kevin Skinkis, superintendent at RBHS cited school safety and security as one of the primary concerns of staff.
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