RICHMOND, Va. (WFXR) — Gov. Glenn Youngkin introduced the Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) has been awarded $631,262 to assist with disaster administration in colleges.
Youngkin says the funds will likely be used to start out a disaster administration enhancement challenge to extend communication and coordination between college officers and regulation enforcement. The challenge is aimed to extend college security and sustainability planning efforts.
“I am pleased to see Virginia developing stronger school-law enforcement partnerships,” mentioned Governor Glenn Youngkin. “This funding will have a significant impact on the safety and wellbeing of our school communities in Virginia.”
Initiatives embody growing the next:
- A statewide disaster administration plan and coaching curriculum
- A Virginia-specific cellular disaster planning app
- Automation of the Virginia School Safety Inspection Checklist
- Age-appropriate and role-specific coaching movies on disaster response methods
“Preparation is the key to ensuring the safety and security of Virginia’s schools,” mentioned Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security Robert Mosier. “The importance of investing in resources and developing partnerships and communication between law enforcement officers and school personnel cannot be understated.”
Gov. Youngkin says DCJS will lead the challenge in collaboration with different state businesses, together with the Virginia Department of Education and Virginia State Police.
More details about the DCJS Virginia Center for School and Campus Safety will be discovered right here.