Police, schools discuss safety plans at seminar
BROOKFIELD – A consultant specializing in school safety reinforced key points last week about preparing for the worst: have a plan of action for potential crises, and keep the lines of communication open between the parties involved.
The information provided by Kenneth S. Trump, president of the Cleveland-based National School Safety and Security Services, proved useful to those who attended, said Kevin Skinkus, superintendent of Riverside School District 208.
“I thought it was a beneficial workshop or conference in that it reiterated some of the philosophies about school safety that we’ve already implemented here,” Skinkus said.
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