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In Search of Safer Communities

Health, Safety, and Well-being Campus Safety and Violence Prevention Health, Safety, and Well-being Initiatives Senior Level
August 20, 2013 Margaret A. Jablonski George S. McClellan Eugene L. Zdziarski II

The tragic shootings at Virginia Tech on April 16, 2007, shocked the nation, including those of us who work in student affairs. In fall 2007, NASPA convened a working group of student affairs colleagues with senior leadership experience to identify the critical issues student affairs professionals should consider related to violent incidents on college campuses. This report is a result of the group's deliberations. It presents a framework of planning for and responding to emergencies such as incidents of violence using a crisis management model.

Paperback | 2009 | 88 pages

ISBN 978-0-470-46723-7

Contents

Executive Summary

Introduction

Principles that Guided our Discussions

Crisis Management Model

Prevention

Campus Climate and Culture

Training and Awareness

Mental and Behavioral Interventions

Infrastructure and Policy

Preparedness

Role of the President

Campus Police;Security

Communications Plan

Special Consideration in Mass Casualty Situations

Media

Academic Affairs and Faculty

Training

Response

Timely Notification

Responding to the Needs of Students

International: Crisis Abroad

Recovery

Moving On

Psychological First Aid

Process and Learning from the Incident

Debriefing

Conclusion

References

Appendix A: Campus Violence Working Group Members

Appendix B: Resources

Appendix C: Charts

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9.95
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