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Security Training in the San Fransisco Area

Sign up for Our February Security Trainings By the end of our 90-minute virtual training, you will understand how to maintain situational awareness, bring a security mindset to receiving visitors, and engage a run-hide-fight response when confronted with a worst-case scenario. Organizational professionals, board members, security committee members, and volunteers are welcome and encouraged to attend. We recommend that you register for the training in your region so that you can meet other professionals and start planning more region-wide coordination. However, you are of course free to attend whichever training best fits your schedule.

North Bay

Thursday, February 3

2:00 - 3:30 pm


San Francisco

Tuesday, February 8

7:00 - 8:30 pm


East Bay (west of the hills)

Thursday, February 10

2:00 - 3:30 pm


East Bay (through the tunnel)

Tuesday, February 15

7:00 - 8:30 pm


South Peninsula & South Bay

Thursday, February 17

10:00 - 11:30 am


North Peninsula

Tuesday, February 22

7:00 - 8:30 pm




Take These Steps to Review Your Security Plan “Review your security” means just that. Have a look at your emergency response plan and ask what’s missing. Test your alarm system. Are your floor plans digitized and have you shared them with your local law enforcement agency? Are your access control system and security cameras in good working order, and do you need to refamiliarize your staff with how they work? Check out SCN’s guide for conducting an assessment of low-cost or no-cost security improvements you can make.

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