The North Central School Safety & Security Project seeks to promote school safety and security by engaging stakeholders in safety and security planning, providing training, and creating access to resources. This project is provided by the North Central Planning, Exercise, and Training (PET) Region. For more about the 22-County North Central Region, visit Nebraska’s Homeland Security […]
Threat Assessment Archives - University of Nebraska Public Policy Center
Sponsored by the University of Nebraska Public Policy Center and the Great Plains Chapter of the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (GPATAP), the annual GPATAP Fall Training Event focuses on integrating aspects of threat assessment and mental health issues. For the 2018 training, there will be an emphasis on both school and corporate environments, and […]
Dr. Mario Scalora and Dr. Denise Bulling of the University of Nebraska Public Policy Center are partnering with Director of Safety and Security for the Nebraska Department of Education, Dr. Jolene Palmer, to conduct basic and advanced threat assessment training for Nebraska schools. The training is sponsored by local Educational Service Units in all areas of the state and features guidelines created by the Public Policy Center that translate the […]
Dr. Mario Scalora is partnering with the United States Marshals Service’s Judicial Security Division (JSD) to examine USMS threat cases, in order to empirically and statistically understand the characteristics and behaviors that relate to targeted violence toward federal judicial protectees. The USMS conducts protective intelligence investigations on subjects who have made threatening, inappropriate, or concerning […]
The University of Nebraska Public Policy Center collaborated with the Nebraska Department of Education to conduct a research study that examines how safety perceptions and organization of school safety and security are associated with level and type of law enforcement engagement in rural schools. While rural schools engage with law enforcement, they utilize a variety […]
The objective of this project is to evaluate behavioral and motivational factors in the context of Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) deterrence planning for a non-state, rogue, and near-peer adversary. The ultimate deliverable is a set of considerations that a deterrence analyst or planner can use to better estimate leaders’ reactions to U.S. actions […]
Bulling, D. (2017). Integrating Prevention of Violent Extremism in Health Activities. Healthcare Preparedness Insights. Association of Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Professionals, 1, 28-30.
The Influence of Subjective and Objective Rural School Security on Law Enforcement Engagement: A Mixed Methods Study
The University of Nebraska Public Policy Center is partnering with the Nebraska Department of Education on a study that examines how perceptions and organization of school safety and security relate to law enforcement engagement in rural schools across the state of Nebraska. While rural schools engage with law enforcement, they often do not label the […]
The Public Policy Center is partnering with Nebraska Emergency Management and Two Rivers Public Health Department in a project funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security focused on countering violent extremism (CVE). The project focuses on identification of barriers to reporting potential signs of radicalization and preferred community strategies for addressing these barriers, especially […]
Hollister, B. A., Scalora, M. J., Hoff, S. M., Hodges, H. J., & Marquez, A. (2016). College student reporting responses to hypothetical and actual safety concerns. Journal of School Violence, 1-18.