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Read: S.C. Governor Rejects Budget to Replace Declining School Buses

S.C. Governor Rejects Budget to Replace Declining School Buses

In total, the governor has vetoed $56.4 million of the state’s $8 billion budget.

Read: Trump’s Budget Would Cut Anti-Terrorism Funding for Cities

Trump’s Budget Would Cut Anti-Terrorism Funding for Cities

The money for the Urban Area Security Initiative is used on training, command centers, personnel and more.

Read: Exclusive Study: Campuses Continue to Embrace Access Control

Exclusive Study: Campuses Continue to Embrace Access Control

More than seven out of 10 schools, colleges and hospitals have acquired access control solutions over the past two years, but challenges with policies, buy-in and more persist.

Read: Trump’s Proposed Budget Reduces Emergency Response Programs, Officer Training

Trump’s Proposed Budget Reduces Emergency Response Programs, Officer Training

The programs provide funding to state and local law enforcement agencies.

Read: San Diego School District Considering 25 Percent Reduction in Police Department

San Diego School District Considering 25 Percent Reduction in Police Department

The budget cut proposal will likely be voted on by board members Feb. 28.

Read: Sandusky Abuse Scandal Could Cost Penn State Quarter-Billion

Sandusky Abuse Scandal Could Cost Penn State Quarter-Billion

The scandal has already cost the school an estimated $237 million.

Study: Food Security a Problem for 7 in 10 Univ. of California Employees

The survey results could play a role in worker contract negotiations set to take place in November.

Read: 5 Tips to Help Security Directors Get Administrative Buy In

5 Tips to Help Security Directors Get Administrative Buy In

Security managers face an array of challenges, and hovering over all of them is the challenge to secure funding for their public safety departments.

Atl. Police Request Access to Private Surveillance Cameras

The police department sees it as a low-cost way to improve the town’s security.

Security Company Asks for $1.3M on Top of $2.3M Lawsuit with School District

The company is asking for the school district to pay attorney fees and other costs in a discrimination lawsuit it won.

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