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Ridgewood BOE and Ridgewood Police Continue Strategic School Security Efforts

Ridgewood Police Continue Strategic School Security Efforts
March 9,2016

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ,Representatives for the Ridgewood school District, under the leadership of Superintendent Dr. Fisbein, participated in a security assessment training meeting along with representatives from the Ridgewood Police and Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office.

Agent William J. Stallone of BCPO along with Detective Captain Lyons and Chief Ward discussed security assessments and risk mitigation process updates as part of our ongoing partnership towards enhanced school safety. Agent Stallone is the county Risk Mitigation Planner in conjunction with the NJ Department of Homeland Security. He has been working closely with our department as part of the community wide critical infrastructure threat and vulnerability assessments initiated by our department.
The Ridgewood Police would like to thank Dr. Fishbein, his team and the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office for their continued commitment and assistance in our efforts to secure our schools and community.

One thought on “Ridgewood BOE and Ridgewood Police Continue Strategic School Security Efforts

  1. Training will go so far

    The Newton shooter shot his way into the building. Unless our kids are in cement box schools a person can get in.

    Training to fight/deter is a good plan. Someone on another site suggrsted training custodians since they know every inch of the building. Not a bad thought

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