Emergency Preparedness in Schools

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Departments of Education and Justice. National Association of School Resource Officers. (2002). 2002 School Resource Officer Survey: Final report on the 2nd Annual National Survey of School-Based Police Officers . Cleveland, OH: National School Safety and Security Services. Retrieved August 27, 2003 from . New York State Education Department (2001). Project SAVE: Guidance document for school safety plans . Albany, NY: The University of the State of New York. Retrieved August 26, 2003 from .
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16 Pan American Health Organization. (2000). Natural disasters: Protecting the public’s health (Scientific Report No. 575). Washington, DC: Pan American Sanitary Bureau Regional Office of the World Health Organization. Retrieved August 19, 2003 from . Parachini, J. (October 12, 2001). Combating the threat of terrorism: Assessing the threat of biological terrorism. CT-183. Rand Corporation. Retrieved September 30, 2003 from Skiba, R. J. (2000). Zero tolerance, zero evidence: An analysis of school disciplinary practice (Policy Research Rep. No. SRS2). Bloomington, IN: Indiana University, Indiana Education Policy Center. South Carolina Safe Schools Task Force. (1999). South Carolina safe schools task force report . Columbia, SC. Retrieved August 27, 2003 from United States Departments of Education and Justice (2000). 2000 annual report on school safety . Washington, DC: Author. Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) Division of Instruction. (2002). Resource guide for crisis management in Virginia schools , (3rd ed.). Richmond, VA: Office of Compensatory Programs, Safe and Drug-free Schools Program. Retrieved August 27, 2003 from - guide.pdf Wiese, D., & Daro, D. (1995). Current trends in child abuse reporting and fatalities: The results of the 1994 Annual Fifty State Survey . Chicago, IL: The National Committee to Prevent Child Abuse.
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17 USEFUL INTERNET RESOURCES: American Red Cross. (2003). Homeland Security Advisory System Recommendations for Schools . Retrieved August 27, 2003 from This link explains recommended actions schools should take at the various levels of risk of attack, from green (low), blue (guarded), yellow (elevated), orange (high), through red (severe). CDC National Advisory Committee on Children and Terrorism (NACCT). Site provides information on disaster agents, diseases and threats, preparation and planning, emergency response, lab information, mass trauma, preparedness and children, surveillance, news and media relations, training opportunities, and links to new publications and related resources. Disasterhelp.gov. Site helps to assist victims of disasters in locating the information and services they need. The goal of the site is to combine the disaster management resources of all the federal agencies in its partnership in one central location.
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