WATCH: ‘On Scene’ With Sheriff Wayne Ivey Provides Updates On Brevard School Security Strategy

By  //  August 28, 2018

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Sheriff Ivey talks about Four Layers of School Protection Plan

ABOVE VIDEO: In this edition of “On Scene” with Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey, school is back in session, and Sheriff Wayne Ivey provides an update on where the department is in making sure Brevard County schools are safe. (BCSO video)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – In this edition of “On Scene” with Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey, school is back in session and Sheriff Wayne Ivey provides an update on where the department is in making sure Brevard County schools are safe.

Sheriff Ivey provides this update based on the Four Layers of School Protection Plan that includes education and awareness, hardening of campuses, school resource officers and deputies in schools and the school guardian program.

Sheriff Ivey also provides a timeline on how far along they are in completing these layers – and what has been done to keep children, educators, school employees and visitors safe on campus.

Sheriff Ivey also provides information for citizens about ongoing active shooter training utilizing the “Four A’s of Survival.” He also updates the citizens on various training videos in the final stages of production to be used for various age groups on what students should do during an emergency.

The Brevard County Sheriff’s office is also reminding parents and students to utilize the P3 App and Speakout Hotline.

Prior to the start of the school year, there were only 33 School Resource Officers for 90 schools, in this video, the Sheriff announces that there are now 59 SRO’s and they are using off-duty officers and deputies to secure the remaining schools.

Finally, Sheriff Ivey updates Brevard citizens on the hybrid model of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas School Guardian Program approved the Brevard County School Board.

There are now 59 SRO’s, including off-duty officers and deputies to secure school property.

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