PENNSYLVANIA STATE GRANT FUNDING  

2016-17

Deadline - August 8, 2016

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EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT
2016-2017 Safe School Initiative - Equip[...]
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Nonpublic and private school entities may apply for a school police officer. Nonpublic schools are eligible to apply for funding to be used for the costs associated with obtaining the services of a school police officer from a list of approved vendors.  Grant awards for this purpose will be paid directly to the approved vendor with which the nonpublic school contracts for services.  The maximum individual grant will be $40,000 and the funds may be expended on contracted services only.

 

In addition, two Request for Applications (RFA) for public school entities to fund programs (1) To address school safety and violence through the use of security related equipment including: student, staff and visitor identification systems; metal detectors; protective lighting; surveillance equipment; SPECIAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS* equipment; electronic locksets; deadbolts and theft control devices; and training in the use of the security-related technology.  (2) To fund programs which address school safety and violence in the following areas: 

  1. Conflict resolution or dispute management;

  2. Positive behavior support;

  3. Risk assessment or violence prevention curricula;

  4. Classroom management;

  5. Development of Student Codes of Conduct;

  6. Training to undertake a district-wide assessment of risk factors that increase the likelihood of problem behaviors among students;

  7. Development and implementation of research-based violence prevention programs addressing risk factors to reduce incidents of problem behaviors among students including, but not limited to bullying;

  8. De-escalation and behavior interventions; and

  9. Comprehensive, district-wide school safety, violence prevention, emergency preparedness  and all-hazards plans, including revisions or updates to such plans and conducting emergency preparedness drills and related activities with local emergency responders including risk assessment and training.  

(LAST YEAR, GRANTS WERE AWARDED FOR UP TO $25,000)

 

*US LIFE SAFETY'S LIFE-COUNTS NOW OFFERS SPECIAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS THAT INCLUDES GROUP TEXT CAPABILITIES

(For Teachers and First Responders)

and OFFERS

PHONE ALERT NOTIFICATION!

ALL FROM WITHIN

THE LIFE-COUNTS INFORMATION SHARING NETWORK

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Grant applications will be awarded on a competitive basis. 

 [APPLICATION DEADLINE AUGUST 8, 2016]

http://www.education.pa.gov/Documents/K-12/Safe%20Schools/Safe%20Schools%20Targeted%20Grants/2016-2017/2016-2017%20Safe%20School%20Initiative%20-%20Equipment%20RFA.pdf

 

 

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FIRE FIGHTERS

Fire Departments should take a look at the how Life-Counts can become a valuable tool for information management of local business owners in their jurisdiction while at the same time, generating needed funds for other necessary fire equipment. The U. S. Fire Administration provides funding from FEMA for Training, Fire Prevention and  Operations - Management & Safety

 

Other resource considerations;

 

PENNSYLVANIA OFFICE OF THE STATE FIRE COMMISSIONER - GRANTS & LOANS

 

Fire Grants Help

 

FIRE RESCUE1 

 

STATE FARM GOOD NEIGHBOR CITIZEN COMPANY GRANT

THIS GRANT CAN BE USED BY 501(C)(4) (FIRE DEPARTMENTS) FOR "DISASTER PREPAREDNESS" AND WILL AWARD FOR GRANT REQUESTS EXCEEDING $5,000.  The deadline for 2016 grants : October 30, 2015

 

 

 

Contact us now to learn more.

 

 

Video #1 CODE RED: Intuders!

The Life-Counts Information Sharing Network couples facilitie and local First Responders to critial emertgency for pre-training or response.

 

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Video #2 HERO - GROUP EMERGENCY ALERTS

During an incident building occupants need to know what is going on! The new Life-Counts HERO 'app' provides interactive group communication throughout any faculty including local First Responders.

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HELPFUL LINKS

PEMA
Center for Safe Schools
US Life Safety, Inc.

EMERGENCY PLANNING

Office of Safe and Healthy Students

Department of Education  / Safe Schools

 

SCHOOL SAFETY

Department of Homeland Security

 

FEMA

 Business Preparedness

 

 Improving School Safety

 FEMA For Kids

 

 School Emergency Plans

 

CRISIS RESPONSE BOX

Partnering for Safe Schools

California Department of Education

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