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Security

All CSN Security staff monitor our campus with over 85 closed circuit television cameras and controlled access entry, and patrol with marked golf carts.Community School of Naples campus has a campus security presence from 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday while school is in session. The school has partnered with the prestigious Nationwide Cambridge Security Services to ensure your child’s safety. A uniformed, trained and certified security officer heads campus security.   Ret. Captain Ken Becker served with the Collier County Sheriff’s Office and is recently retired after 30 years of service. He is trained to assist in traffic control, administer CPR and AED, and respond to all emergencies. For the past 13 years he has been a member of the special crimes bureau which focuses particularly on the safety of children.  

Cooperative partnerships with the Collier County Sheriff's Office, along with constant security training presentations, have kept Community School at the forefront of school safety and security. 

VISITOR INFORMATION

All Visitors are required to check in with the front office located in Student Union, Administration.

  • All visitors must check in with the Gate House when entering campus.
  • All visitors must present valid photo identification, such as a driver's license, before entering campus.
  • All visitors must visibly wear an identification pass issued by the Security Office while on campus.

For more information about our background screening and fingerprinting policies, call Community School of Naples at (239) 597-7575.

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Mr. Ken Becker


Head of Security

239-597-7575 ext. 421
KBecker@communityschoolnaples.org 

Ken Becker retired from the Collier County Sheriff's Office after 30 years of service to the community. During his career he has worked as a Jail Deputy and a Patrol Deputy, and spent 20 years in the Criminal Investigation Division. Mr. Becker was a member of the Special Crimes Bureau (SCB), which focus on crimes against children, sexual battery, missing persons, child abductions, tracking and monitoring sexual offenders, human trafficking, internet crimes against children and domestic violence. Mr. Becker supervised the SCB for the last three years of his career.

Mr. Charles Emrick


Security Officer

239-597-7575 ext. 421
CEmrick@communityschoolnaples.org 

Charles Emrick and his family moved to Naples in 1979, where he graduated from Naples High School.  He then earned a B.A. in Psychology from USF in Tampa.  After working in retail management for four years, he went into retail security and loss prevention.  He still works part-time in this field for a major department store.  He also holds a USCG Captain’s License and is trained in Judo and Aikido.


Mr. Dan Royael


Security Officer

239-597-7575 ext. 421

DRoyael@communityschoolnaples.org

Dan Royael retired from the NYPD in 2014, after 24 years of service. In his last position, he was a Special Operations Lieutenant overseeing 7 Sergeants and 40 Police Officers. His responsibilities included  managing & supervising the Anti-Crime (undercover officers ), Conditions, Domestic Violence, and School Units for his precinct. Daniel holds a B.S. in Criminal Justice from Empire State College. Dan is also an Army Veteran, where he served as a Sergeant with the 1st Cavalry Division. 

Mr. Vidmantas Skyrelis


Security Officer

239-597-7575 ext. 421

VSkyrelis@communityschoolnaples.org

Vidmantas Skyrelis relocated from Lithuania to Fort Myers during the spring of 2016. He graduated from Vilnius Pedagogical University in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. He has 12 years of security training and experience with the Lithuanian Ministry of Interior. That experience consists of 10 years at the VIP Protection Department (eight years of premises protection and two years as bodyguard for the speaker of parliament), and two years as physical and self-defense trainer at the Lithuanian Police School. His experience also includes providing security for international and NATO conferences held in Lithuania, as well as other foreign delegations. Since he moved to the USA, he worked as a privacy patrol at Miramar Lake community for six months and three months as a security officer at the Collier County Government Center. He is fully-trained and experienced in firearms, self-defense, psychological situation management and body language interpretation. In all his experience, he’s had extensive interaction with people exhibiting all types of behavior and well trained to effectively respond to those situations. He has received a letter of gratitude from the Minister of Interior of Republic of Lithuania for outstanding performance and a letter of Acknowledgement from Parliament delegation of the Republic of Lithuania for European safety and cooperation organization of Parliamentary assembly. 


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