Tim Ware is the School Safety and Security Coordinator for The San Diego County Office of Education. He is currently assigned to the San Diego County Emergency Operation Center where he serves as Education Liaison and spearheads the effort to mitigate the effect of the Coronavirus on the Education Community. He leads the effort to provide quality support in School Safety and Security for SDCOE’s Main Campus, satellite locations as well as the 42 school districts in San Diego County. His mission is to “have the greatest effect on the greatest amount of people in the shortest amount of time”.
Mr. Ware’s wealth of knowledge in School Safety and Security acquired as a Deputy Probation Officer for both juveniles and adults and 20 years serving as School Intervention Manager in the Public School System has prepared him well for the challenges found in today’s world of school safety. His experience in school safety includes developing Emergency Operation Plans, Crisis Response and building highly effective school safety teams. He is well respected for his work in coordinating prevention, response and recovery efforts with Law Enforcement and San Diego’s Military Community.
After a stellar Collegiate career at the University of Southern California (USC), Tim played professionally for the San Diego Chargers and Los Angeles Raiders. Since retiring from the National Football League, Tim has diversified his skills by developing creative systems to advance school safety and developed creative programming for youth. Tim is an accomplished and dynamic speaker in the areas of Transformational Leadership, School Safety, the Role of Men in the Home and in the Community and a variety of topics from a Christian and secular perspective.