Safety Division

The Safety Division trains K-12 schools, colleges, universities, law enforcement, and workplace on issues related to threat assessment, crisis preparedness, crisis response, emergency operations, behavioral intervention, mental health, diversity, equity and inclusion.

What We Offer

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K-12 Schools

We offer classes for administrators, teachers, staff, parents and SROs to help keep your school community safe and prepared for any crisis.

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Colleges and Universities

Our trainings provide your staff, faculty, and  administrators the tools they need to keep your campus safe.

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Law Enforcement

D-Prep is a full service training provider for police officers, corrections staff and probation officers nationally.

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Response Ready Website

We provide a crisis-ready website for your jurisdiction to be deployed in any emergency. We also provide crisis media training.

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D-Prep provides training for both staff and executives in crisis response, deescalation, active shooter response and more.

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School Site Safety Plans

D-Prep will come to your school site and complete your state and federally mandated school site safety plans, policies and procedures.

Upcoming Trainings

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Calming the Storm: 
Addressing Disruptive and Dangerous Behavior

August 23, 2022 | 2:00 – 3:30 ET

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Protecting the Flock:
House of Worship
Security Training

August 26, 2022 | 8:30 – 3:30 CT

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Prepared Not Scared:
Prevention Based
Active Shooter Response

August 25, 2022 | 8:30 – 5:00 CT

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Beyond the Press Conference:
Crisis Media Training for Educators

September 22, 2022 | 2:00 – 3:30 ET

Jeff Solomon

For more information, contact

Jeff Solomon, National Director of Safety


An Educator's Guide to Assessing Threats in Student Writing
Harm to Others
Understanding and Treating Incels
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MERIT Active Shooter Response

This 4- or 8-hour training program is specifically designed to train participants on how to increase their chance of survival in an active shooter incident. It builds onto and works with the successful program of RUN-HIDE-FIGHT. MERIT focuses on instilling the mindset of recognizing and moving away from the violence and giving participants a plan of action.