National School Security Roundtable Event
A 2018 summary report from the Department of Homeland Security
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) held a two-day roundtable discussion with members of the K-12 school community to collect insight and feedback on how to improve school safety and security. The goal of this event was to define actionable recommendations that DHS could implement to address the challenges and obstacles to creating safe and secure schools identified by representatives of the K-12 community. To ensure that the dialogue represented the widest cross section of interested stakeholder communities, DHS invited approximately 95 stakeholders representing first responders, local government, school operations support, family members of school shooting victims, industry, as well as internal and federal partner agencies, to share their experiences, insights, and expertise.
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