A U.S. Secret Service Agent’s Guide to Creating Safe Camps

DESCRIPTION:
This webinar is meant to provide participants with concepts to proactively develop and/or improve safety and security at their camps and outdoor venues.  The presentation will include discussion about threat assessments of facilities, continuity of operations planning, standard operating procedures, training for staff, and other important features.  Participants will feel that they can proactively and positively promote a safe and secure outdoor venue without imposing on the serenity and ambiance of their location. 

LEARNER OUTCOMES:
By the end of the webinar participant will:

  • Understand the importance of a Threat Assessment and understand what goes in to creating one.
  • How to outline current plans and identify things camps should have in place including: equipment, points of contact, and training programs.
  • Begin planning for contingencies in the event of a natural or manmade disaster. 
  • Feel empowered to take a proactive approach in the development and improvements of safety planning.   
CECs: 
1.0
Presenter: 
Jason Wells

Cost

$35 Member; $70 Nonmember

Presenter Bio(s)

Jason Wells is an expert on security and safety methodologies at all levels, and currently consults on safety and security interventions to clients throughout the world.   After serving in the U.S. Coast Guard, Jason joined the U.S. Secret Service in 2005, where he served as a Special Agent.  In 2014, Jason resigned from the Secret Service and founded Defender Training and Consulting. Jason graduated from Virginia Military Institute, and holds a Master of Science from Henley-Putnam University.  He is the author of “Our Path to Safety: A U.S. Secret Service Agent’s Guide to Creating Safe Communities”.