SAFETY AND SECURITY
COMMITMENT TO SAFE SCHOOLS
Blue Valley Schools is committed to promoting and fostering a safe environment in and around all of our schools. Through the convergence of physical and intellectual security measures, we are continuously working to prevent, mitigate, respond to and recover from a wide range of emergencies.
AVAILABLE RESOURCES TO REPORT SAFETY CONCERNS
Safe Schools Hotline - (913) 239-HELP
Report suspicious, threatening or dangerous activity. Callers leave voice messages and remain anonymous.
P3 Tips Mobile App
See or hear something concerning? Report it anonymously with the P3 Tips app. This app is specifically designed for high schools students to report safety concerns. Live screeners are available 24/7. The P3 Tips app is available for free download on iPhone and Android devices through the iTunes App Store and Google Play.
Safe Schools Reporting
Help keep our schools safe by reporting a bullying incident. Go to your school website and find the Safe Schools Reporting link near the top of the homepage. Fill out the incident report form. You can choose to remain anonymous.
*NEW* CRISIS ALERT SYSTEM IMPLEMENTED DURING 2022-23 SCHOOL YEAR
Blue Valley has added another layer of physical security to schools and buildings, the ability for all staff members to call for help with the push of a button. During the September Board of Education meeting, the Board unanimously approved a contract with CENTEGIX to implement CrisisAlert™, a new crisis alert system during the second semester of the 2022-23 school year.
CrisisAlert™ empowers all staff members to initiate a call for help. With a simple push of a button on a specialized badge, building officials are alerted to everyday events such as medical or student emergencies or, in the event of a crisis, the touch of a button can initiate a campus-wide lockdown. The alert provides a precise location, enabling building officials to respond quickly in any situation.
More information about CrisisAlert™ is available online.
SCHOOL RESOURCE AND CAMPUS OFFICERS
At the heart of the district’s safety efforts is a philosophy that focuses on prevention and healthy, trusted adult-student relationships. Blue Valley’s campus police officers and school resource officers (SROs) focus on building these relationships within their school communities to provide safe environments for students at school and at school-sponsored events.
School resource officers are sworn members of local police departments who serve in middle and high schools. Blue Valley also has a commissioned campus police department with officers serving across the district. Campus officers receive an average of 60 hours of professional training. A minimum of 40 hours annual training is required by the state of Kansas. Campus police officers serve on the Kansas Juvenile Officer Association, Unite KC, Juvenile Corrections Advisory Board and the district’s Flight Team.
BV SAFETY AND SECURITY DIRECT LINE
- Dan Carney
- Captain Chlo-Ann Rizzo
- Kim Vega
BLUE VALLEY CAMPUS POLICE OFFICERS
- Officer Anthony Garcia
- Officer Tim Gaughan
- Officer Mark Kelly
- Officer Tony Latas
- Officer Cameron McLain
- Officer Dave Reindl
- Officer Nate Schmidt
- Officer Cara Stock
- Officer Adam Taylor
- Officer Jim Wright
SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICERS
- Officer David Allen
- Officer Timehin Babalola
- Officer Jonathan Batley
- Officer Jon Browne
- Officer Matt Buelt
- Officer Trevor Burgess
- Officer Justin Doherty
- Officer Christina Farquhar
- Officer Eligio Hernandez
- Officer Tina Morse
- Officer Richie Vargas
- Officer Cerwin Young