The Texas Education Code §37.108 states: “At least once every three years, each school district shall conduct a safety and security audit of the district’s facilities. To the extent possible, a district shall follow safety and security audit procedures developed by the Texas School Safety Center (TxSSC) or comparable public or private entity.”
Our school safety specialists lead your school or district team through the auditing process. We work with you as an objective and accurate outside voice throughout the audit process.
During the audit, we'll focus on the identification hazards, access control procedures, Emergency Operations Plan, drills and exercises, and school climate through surveying students, teachers, staff, and parents.
Conducting a safety and security audit of a facility consists of, an intruder assessment, an onsite visit, and a document review. Data collected from the audits should be used to assess the safety and security of a district’s facilities and address any concerns that may have been discovered.
A written report should be presented to the school board. We provide the demographics, results of interviews and surveys, document review, audit components, commendations, and recommendations. All of this helps in reporting your results to the Texas State School Safety Center and can be incorporated into the statewide report for the public.
Take the first steps in your safety audit
Speak with our specialists about scheduling a safety audit and ensuring your facilities are compliant.
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Contact a member of our team for more information.
Linda Kutach, 512-919-5487