(LASPD) in January of 2011, after serving 32 years with the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD). During his tenure at LAPD he worked numerous assignments including Patrol, Vice, Narcotics, Special Response Units and Internal Affairs. He held the positions of Watch Commander, Officer in Charge of LAPD’s Metropolitan Division Mounted Platoon, K-9 Platoon and Assistant Officer in Charge of the Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Platoon. As an LAPD Captain/Command Officer, he also held positions of commanding officer in various police divisions throughout LAPD.
AsChiefoftheLASPD, Chief Zipperman is responsible for the oversight of over 400 sworn officers and 120 school safety officers and a civilian support staff, to police over 710 square miles covering 1100 schools attended by nearly one million students. Chief Zipperman is committed to the transformation to 21st-century policing, community partnerships, and in particular, reshaping school-based policing and security to align with supporting student/youth success, equity-centered service delivery, and resolution-based alternatives to criminal justice system processes.
Chief Zipperman holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, and a Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership. He instructs at various leadership development seminars including various Public Safety Leadership Development Programs, and is a member of various professional police organizations.
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM Thu, Nov 29, 2018 TBC
Critical Incident Preparedness, Response and Recovery-Debrief of a School Campus ShootingThis presentation is designed to debrief a response to an on-campus school site shooting from incident notification, school police/municipal police response, school administration response and all aspects of an unfolding shooting event. This presentation will cover important aspects of the emergency response cycle, parent /media communication and post-incident recovery.
Learning Objectives and Participant OutcomesThis presentation will provide key elements of crisis plannng, prepardeness response and recovery and identify how to avoid common pitfalls.
- Understand the differences between responding to an "active shooter" versus a "shots fired" incident on campus
- Understanding the Incident Command System to avoid chaos and confusion
- Identify protocols for VIP/District Executives on-site response
- Develop quick and informative media and parent communication
- Identify best practices for post-incident campus operations
- Attendees will be able to apply best practices for responding to "live gunfire incidents" on or near campus
- Attendees will be able to apply various Incident Command System protocols to manage unfolding critical indcidents
- Attendees will be able to manage various aspects of crisis communications for media, parents, district executives and local officials.
- Attendees will be able to create and implement post-incident recovery plan for administrative, operational and instructional continuity