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Active Shooter Preparedness - Shared screen with speaker view
Evelyn Lord
17:22
If you are not speaking, please mute yourself to reduce background noise.
Amy Marshall
20:32
Robb Elementary Investigative Committee Reporthttps://house.texas.gov/_media/pdf/committees/reports/87interim/Robb-Elementary-Investigative-Committee-Report.pdf
Amy Marshall
22:30
Middle of page 5
Evelyn Lord
23:03
p.9 of PDF
Amy Marshall
24:28
With hindsight we can say that Robb Elementary did not adequately prepare for the risk of anarmed intruder on campus.
meryl siegal
28:52
I usually keep the door open to my classroom so students feel welcome and could come in if they come late. Apparently this is dangerous?
Eleni Economides Gastis
30:51
I think it would be really helpful to not review another report from another state and another facility. Mr. Thomas, respectfully, the folks in this room need to know what to do. What is your plan?
Eleni Economides Gastis
31:41
What is OUR plan?
Karyn Panitch
31:47
I’m completely confused. Is the speaker going to tell us what we are supposed to do in regards to our particular campus? And, same as Meryl. I always leave my door open. Am I not supposed to?
meryl siegal
31:58
Do teachers present today keep their cell phones on and out when they are teaching at Laney?
Amy Marshall
32:42
We'll get to these questions / shortly
L. Robinson
33:53
My cell phone is on and on vibrate in my pocket and because I work at night 6 pm- 10 pm I lock my door 15 min after class. Students can knock on the door and enter at anytime.
meryl siegal
35:22
thanks LR.
Janelle Tillotson
39:44
Entrance to the Forum
Kimm Blackwell
39:49
The tower
Evelyn Lord
40:05
Financial Aid
Anjana Parker
40:10
Entrance to Admissions and Records?
Liliana Moncada
40:23
Theatre
L. Robinson
40:26
police services
Liliana Moncada
41:27
Forum
Kimm Blackwell
42:17
Trick question! Boooooo!!!!
Mark Rauzon
42:56
So is it Peralta's police policy to keep active classroom doors always closed?
Kimberly King
43:55
Are we going to learn how to respond to an active shooter today?
Evelyn Lord
44:03
Wasn't the biggest issue at Robb Elementary the lack of response and coordination between the law enforcement agencies?
Karyn Panitch
45:09
And for COVID; airflow
meryl siegal
45:21
yes, airflow.
meryl siegal
45:41
I think we have to figure out, are we more feaful of covid or an active shooter. Great choice.
meryl siegal
46:04
Maybe we could get bullet proof furniture?
Karyn Panitch
46:17
I have the same question as Kimberly.
Amy Marshall
46:58
Here's the response video and a few more safety items will be covered as well.
Amy Marshall
48:32
Knowledge Saves Lives - an interactive training hopefully in November.
Liliana Moncada
49:14
Aside from 911- is there a Peralta number we can call if there is an emergency? Medina security?
Amy Marshall
49:59
510-466-7236 dispatch
Evelyn Lord
50:16
Which law enforcement agency will respond if, god forbid, there is an active shooter at our college?
Janelle Tillotson
50:34
Does anyone hear the audio clearly?
Evelyn Lord
50:44
No can't hear
Janelle Tillotson
50:47
Can you share the audio
LaTonya Carpenter
50:48
No
Kenneth Lester
50:48
Video is glitchy and no sound
Karen Tellegen
50:50
No, I can't hear it.
Kimberly King
50:51
Is this slow motion or tech difficulties?
L. Robinson
50:52
We cant really hear the video
Kenneth Lester
50:57
Maybe just put the link in chat
Kimm Blackwell
51:07
Can’t hear
meryl siegal
51:10
can't hear
Amy Marshall
51:20
sorry, we'll get a link to the video
Amelie Brown
51:27
Sound is on and off.
Mark Johnson
53:17
The video is here: https://youtu.be/TeOdxKozra0
Amy Marshall
56:48
One moment Eleni.
Karyn Panitch
56:57
We know the US is a front runner in this. This isn’t helpful, sir.
Liliana Moncada
57:22
Texas
Neil Burmenko
57:34
California
Kimberly King
58:04
Is this info to scare us? I was hoping to focus on keeping us safe.
Karyn Panitch
01:00:29
Thank you!! I agree.
meryl siegal
01:04:56
We don't have fire extinguishers in our classrooms, though.
meryl siegal
01:05:08
Hence I thought of bullet proof furniture.
Anjana Parker
01:06:57
Is there a Laney police phone number we should call when this happens?
Amy Marshall
01:07:41
@phone numbers: one can call 911 from any phone on campus; can call dispatch 510-466-7236, or hit the emergency button on the campusshield app
meryl siegal
01:07:48
thanks amy.
meryl siegal
01:07:59
is that 24/7?
Amy Marshall
01:08:07
@24/7 = yes
meryl siegal
01:08:12
thanks
Amy Marshall
01:08:44
https://www.peralta.edu/campus-public-safety
Anjana Parker
01:08:53
Thank you.
Evelyn Lord
01:09:43
If there is an active shooter near campus, will we be notified via the emergency text, or do the alerts just go out when the active shooter is on our campus.
Amy Marshall
01:09:52
Survey for presentation:https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FX675FN
Amy Marshall
01:10:55
@safety escorts 510-466-7236
meryl siegal
01:12:48
Will the B - quad classrooms be redesigned to have better air quality and good doors and windows? Bullet proof glass perhaps? Amy can you ask this question?
meryl siegal
01:13:25
What is phase 1 mean?
Kenneth Lester
01:14:08
Are those 6 remaining cameras at Laney the parking lot cameras?
Evelyn Lord
01:14:24
Does one camera configured mean only one camera is working?
Shirley Coaston
01:14:44
What does Cameras Configured mean?
Evelyn Lord
01:17:06
Do we also get recordings from the cameras, if needed?
Turshika Bennett
01:20:51
Thank you