Supervisor of threat assessment selected to serve on Governor Northam’s student safety work group
Posted on 07/03/2018
Headshot of Dolores RobisonDr. Dolores Robison, supervisor of threat assessment, has been selected to serve as a member of a work group focusing on student safety. The work group is being created as part of Governor Northam’s reestablished Children’s Cabinet. The group will be responsible for making comprehensive recommendations to the Governor that will support the safety of our students and ensure our schools remain safe learning environments.

Robison was invited to attend by Brian Moran, secretary of public safety and homeland security, and Atif Qarni, secretary of education.

“I am honored to represent Prince William County Schools as part of the Children's Cabinet Work Group on Student Safety and I look forward to contributing toward recommendations to support school and student safety,” shared Robison. “I am proud of the progressive commitment to school safety here in Prince William County Schools and look forward to supporting Governor Northam and the Children’s Cabinet in this initiative.”

Robison has over 20 years of experience in education, serving PWCS as a school psychologist, central office administrator, and private practitioner. She provides training and consulting services in K-12 threat assessment across the state.

Robison’s selection is testament to the positive reputation of the safety and security programs in PWCS. Beginning in the 2018-19 school year, six retired police officers will be hired to support our elementary schools. This adds another layer of deterrence and protection to our School Resource and School Service Officers currently at our Middle and High Schools.