When school safety is the topic, highly experienced experts are needed. With more than 25 years of full time experience in the field of school safety and work experience in more than two dozen states, Russell Bentley is a seasoned expert with national level experience in the field.
Russell Bentley served as the deputy chief of police and as the police chief of the Bibb County Georgia School system police department and served as the chief of police for Fort Valley State University before being selected as a senior analyst with Safe Havens International, the largest global non - profit school safety center in the world. A graduate of the 205th session of the prestigious FBI National Academy at Quantico, Virginia, he has presented from Florida to Maine and from Oregon to Pennsylvania.
Well versed on how to incorporate high tech safety, security and emergency preparedness technology into the very human environment of schools, Russell Bentley has assisted with school safety, security, climate, culture and emergency preparedness assessment projects for more than 2,000 public, private, charter, parochial and independent schools from across the United States.
If you seek a consultant, trainer or keynote speaker who can convey practical and effective school safety solutions and strategies that combine the benefits of school safety technology with positive human practices incorporating evidence based approaches to prevention and preparedness for schools, Russell Bentley would be a wise choice for your organization.
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