Safety & Security
Safety is our number one priority in Bloomfield Hills Schools. We work tirelessly to ensure the physical, emotional and social safety of our students and staff. We believe safety is a community effort and responsibility and thank you for your partnership.
April 2019 Update
In the past eleven months since the Bloomfield Hills community approved the Sinking Fund proposal, the district has made the following progress on safety and security projects.
Who is Officer Donberger?
- Bloomfield Township Police Officer for 21 years
- Served as Bloomfield Hills Schools Liaison Officer for six years
- Threat assessment training
- Emergency procedure development training
- FEMA Incident Command training
- TECIP and Crisis Response training (TECIP stands for Traumatic Event Crisis Intervention Plan and is a social/emotional crisis/aftercare process)
- Multiple assailant response classes such as ALICE, CRASE, and ALERRT
- Assists in coordination of Township Police drills in schools over summer months
- Received Bloomfield Hills Schools Global Education training
Need to report something suspicious? Contact Bloomfield Township Police by calling 248.433.7755.
Report Incidents of Bias & Hate
We are committed to maintaining a safe learning environment in Bloomfield Hills Schools. Students and families are encouraged to please report incidents of bias and hate using our reporting tool. The district has dedicated support staff prepared to assist with this tool and support individuals who report an incident.
What should I report? Please report any incident of written, verbal, physical, and psychological behavior that is not conducive to a safe learning environment and is motivated or is perceived by the victim or victims to be motivated by race, ethnicity, religion, age, national origin, sex, ability, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status or language. Incidents may be reported by a student or, if the student is too young to complete the form, by a parent or guardian.
This tool is not meant to replace OK2SAY for incidents that require immediate attention or are life-threatening. Anyone can report a tip on criminal activities or potential harm directed at students, school employees, or schools through OK2SAY link above.