• Self-defense training  Award-winning director  Crisis communication  Clear bag procedure

Director of Safety and Security, Tim Knight
Brian Fenton
  • Kim Glaze
    Administrative Assistant
    Office (843) 899-8629
    Fax (843) 899-8564
  • Welcome to the Office of Safety and Security: 

    The safety and security of our students and staff is - and will continue to be - our highest priority.
    Each year BCSD plans and executes several large-scale crisis simulations. Those events are made possible by partnerships with local and national law enforcement. The goal -- to give teachers and administrators hands-on training in the area of Safety and Security.

    Some of the 2017-18 Highlights
    • BCSD Safety and Security Director Tim Knight, received the 2018 Campus Safety K-12 Director of the Year Award from Campus Safety Magazine. Knight was presented with his plaque at the Campus Safety Conference in Herndon, Va. on July 19, 2018.
    • BCSD began a “Clear Bag or No Bag” entry procedure for varsity football games and expanded the procedure to all varsity sporting events. The proactive measure is part of an on-going safety initiative to continue to improve and advance district safety/security measures.
    • BCSD purchased medical crisis response kits from North American Rescue for all the district’s school resource officers. The kits are specially designed for SROs, containing life-saving equipment to treat multiple victims until medical personnel arrive.
    • The school store-front installation project was completed, and all schools received physical security updates.
    • Safety/Security community discussions were held at several schools.
    • Life-saving information was shared with teachers and administrators at an active shooter and gunfire training conducted by local law enforcement.
    • Administrators continued learnings in proactive self-defense, safety and injury prevention techniques with the help of H2H Training Solutions and Charleston Krav Maga.
    Looking Forward
    • BCSD will add two additional SROs at Stratford and Cane Bay High Schools.

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