Lancaster-Lebanon IU 13 is dedicated to ensuring staff, students, visitors, and guests have a safe, secure, and productive learning and work environment. IU 13 deploys a variety of technologies and procedures to enhance safety and security while continuing to monitor best practices throughout the safety and security industry. When best practices are identified and applicable to our unique working and learning facilities, those are implemented. John Baker, Board Certified Protection Professional (CPP), serves as the Safety and Security Manager for IU 13. He is a Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) specialist, as well.
If you have questions concerning IU 13 Safety and Security programs, feel free to contact Detective John Baker at email@example.com or 717.606.1629.
Lancaster-Lebanon IU 13 is proud to offer a full range of Safety and Security Consulting Services to help school districts, private schools, or businesses enhance their level of safety and security preparedness. Whether it is developing an All Hazards Plan, conducting vulnerability studies, completing liability investigations, or constructing customized safety and security training, contact us today to see how we may be of service.
IU 13 is the exclusive provider of ALiCE training for Pennsylvania through an arrangement with Response Options. If your organization is looking for an alternative to traditional lockdown strategies when responding to a violent intruder, then ALiCE is the program for you. ALiCE provides easy-to-understand, practical options for your staff and students by empowering people to evacuate, utilize enhanced lockdown techniques, and, when all else fails, engage counter measures to reduce the likelihood of a shooter being able to accurately acquire a target. This program follows the strategies recommended by the PA State Police, South Central Terrorism Task Force, US Departments of Homeland Security and Justice, International Chiefs of Police Association, and the NYPD Counter Terrorism Task Force.
John Baker, CPP, is the Safety and Security Manager for IU 13. He has over 20 years of law enforcement and private security consulting experience. He is a Board Certified Protection Professional (CPP) through American Society Industrial Security (ASIS). In addition John is a CPTED specialist with a focus on developing environmental conditions which are conducive to appropriate behaviors. John has done work throughout the United States for schools as well as large developers and the US government.
If you would like to learn more, please contact Detective John Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org or 717.606.1629.
Lancaster-Lebanon IU 13 School Police Department was formed in August 2012 in accordance with the Pennsylvania School Code with the sole mission of enhancing the safety and security of IU 13 facilities. The IU 13 School Police Department is recognized by the PA State Police, PA Department of Education, and the Municipal Police Officers Training Commission. The police officers are graduates of the PA Municipal Police Officers Academy and have 50+ years of combined law enforcement and security experience. IU 13 police officers have been commissioned by the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas, and have police powers in all IU 13 program locations and throughout the IU 13 transportation network. IU 13 police officers can be either uniformed or in plain clothes; regardless, they will always have a badge and identification card clearly identifying them as members of the Lancaster-Lebanon IU 13 School Police Department.
If you have questions or concerns about the police department or wish to discuss an incident involving IU 13 Police Officers, please contact Detective John Baker at email@example.com 717.606.1629 or Flip Steinour, Director of Human Resources, at firstname.lastname@example.org 717.606.1849.