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Read: Rape Victim Settles Lawsuit with Baylor University

Rape Victim Settles Lawsuit with Baylor University

The lawsuit claimed school officials knew about the assailant’s history of assaults and ignored the victim’s pleas for help.

Research

Read: UConn Study Ranks U.S. States by High School Sports Safety Policies

UConn Study Ranks U.S. States by High School Sports Safety Policies

Each state received points if their high school sports safety policies were mandated; states received no points if policies were simply recommended.

Resources

Read: Managing Fast Moving Events with PSIM

Managing Fast Moving Events with PSIM

Siemens has taken a completely new approach to PSIM. Siveillance Viewpoint takes the complexity out of PSIM solutions and maximizes command and control functionality. Learn more when you download this free report.

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Read: What Is Marijuana Wax and How Dangerous Is It?

What Is Marijuana Wax and How Dangerous Is It?

The marijuana wax drug, also known as marijuana oil, is highly potent and dangerous.

Read: Poll: Parental Fear Surrounding School Safety Lowest Since 2012

Poll: Parental Fear Surrounding School Safety Lowest Since 2012

The poll also found that student fear is at an all-time low since it started reporting the statistic back in 1999 following the Columbine school shooting.

Read: Ga. Teacher Shoots Himself in Lithia Springs High School

Ga. Teacher Shoots Himself in Lithia Springs High School

Few students were on campus at the time of the shooting because classes had not begun.

Read: Addressing the Threat of Extremism on Your Campus

Addressing the Threat of Extremism on Your Campus

Here’s a run-down of the tactics used by extremists such as white supremacists and the “black bloc”, as well as some ways your campus can keep protests peaceful.

Read: Families Awarded $150M for Deadly 1998 Jonesboro School Shooting

Families Awarded $150M for Deadly 1998 Jonesboro School Shooting

Five people were killed in 1998 when two boys, ages 11 and 13, pulled the school’s fire alarm and shot at students and teachers as they evacuated.

Read: Finnish Anti-Bullying Program Sees Promising Results

Finnish Anti-Bullying Program Sees Promising Results

A 2016 study implemented the anti-bullying program at 39 out of 77 surveyed Finnish schools. Would the program be successful in the U.S.?

Read: Security Incidents Involve More Than Just Active Shooters

Security Incidents Involve More Than Just Active Shooters

Active shooter training must expand to counter other vulnerabilities on campus, including the active killer threat.

Read: 2 Ohio Teachers Placed on Leave for Dragging Student with Autism

2 Ohio Teachers Placed on Leave for Dragging Student with Autism

Surveillance video shows the two teachers dragging the 7-year-old student, who has autism, to the school office after misbehaving on the playground.

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