Our blog - safe space
Who is “Safe Space” for?
Parents, Educators, School Administrators, Law Enforcement Professionals, First Responders, Legislators, Community Leaders and anyone else concerned about making our country a safer place from violence.
What is “Safe Space” for?
To provide life-saving information about the current state of educational safety in America today – its highs, lows and everything in-between. To provide a trusted resource to our readers about the future of educational and public safety as we move into the 21st century. To provide valuable insight and information to all of our readers about what works to protect our schools and public spaces and what appears to be a giant waste of money, time and resources and why. To provide a public service of helping everyone reading “Safe Space” the ability to be informed about the reality in America today that our schools are grossly under protected and immensely vulnerable to varied acts of violence. However, not only will we inform our readers on the lack of protection in today’s educational environments, we’ll provide valuable information as to how you can help change it and help make our schools safer.
Where is “Safe Space” concerned with?
We focus primarily on educational settings, whether that be public k-12, private k-12 or higher-education campuses, we dive deep into the inner workings, capabilities and procedures associated with building and campus wide safety. We are primarily concerned with what an educational environment can be doing better as far as safety against acts of violence are concerned. Our area of expertise to helping educational environments better protect themselves from serious acts of violence like that of Active-Killer events and mass shootings.
When is “Safe Space” published?
Every Monday by 8am
Why is “Safe Space” written?
The time is now for change to take place across America in order to better protect our loved ones from serious life-threats. The time is now to empower our nation’s law enforcement and first responders better so that they can respond to and mitigate more effectively violent acts against America’s educational environments. “Safe Space” is being written so that our country’s communities from all across this great land can be more informed about the reality of educational safety and why it is important to do more to protect our greatest resource – our schools and the people inside of them.