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National Labor Management Partnership. (2020). Collaborating in a Crisis: Working Together to Safely Reopen our School Buildings. National Labor Management Partnership. This document discusses best practices for working together to reopen schools after the pandemic.
Bennett, D. (2018). Emergency Preparedness Collaboration on Twitter. Journal of Emergency Management, 16(3), 191–202. This article describes ways that social media can be instrumental in collaboration during a crisis.
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Borelli, F. (2019, September 1). The Crucial Cooperation Between Schools and Law Enforcement: In a two-way street of communications and response, increasing information from schools to call centers can have a dramatic benefit to getting data out. Law Enforcement Technology, 46(6), 12. This article discusses the inclusion of law enforcement officers in school crisis planning.
O’Brennan, L., Furlong, M. J., & Yang, C. (2019). Promoting Collaboration Among Education Professionals to Enhance School Safety. In School safety and violence prevention: Science, practice, policy. (pp. 247–271). American Psychological Association. This publication gives insights as to the importance of educators collaborating to promote school safety.
Eklund, K., Meyer, L., & Bosworth, K. (2018). Examining the Role of School Resource Officers on School Safety and Crisis Response Teams. Journal of School Violence, 17(2), 139–151. This article discusses the inclusion of school resource officers in school crisis planning.
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Andrew, S. A., Jung, K., & Li, X. (2015). Grass-Root Organisations, Intergovernmental Collaboration, and Emergency Preparedness: An Institutional Collective Action Approach. Local Government Studies, 41(5), 673–694. This article covers research from Texas on Intergovernmental Collaboration when preparing for emergencies.
Lopez, R., Swezey, J. A., & Claxton, R. (2020). A Multiple Case Study of the Interagency Relationship between School Administrators and Law Enforcement Personnel in the Creation, Implementation, and Sustaining of School Emergency Management Plans. Journal of School Leadership, 30(5), 465–488. This article discusses the importance of law enforcement being involved in school crisis planning.
BOND, A. (2018). Practical Steps to Build a Safer Environment. American School & University, 91(3), 174–177. This article discusses the importance of including the whole-school community when planning for school crises.
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Nation, M., Splett, J. W., Voight, A., & Weist, M. (2019). School—Community Collaborations to Promote School Safety. In School safety and violence prevention: Science, practice, policy. (pp. 273–296). American Psychological Association. This publication from the APA discusses ways collaboration can promote school safety and discourage violence.