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Often overlooked by campus public safety professionals, window security film can enhance access control to your facility, protect it from severe weather and make your buildings more energy efficient.

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A Harper-Archer Middle School teacher's hidden camera caught two teacher's aides assaulting special needs students. By CS Staff · April 24, 2014

James Vahey was a suspected child predator who taught in private American schools overseas in nine different countries beginning in 1972. By CS Staff · April 23, 2014

Learn how Avaya Technologies helped Madison County Schools' IT department provide sufficient bandwidth to handle an uninterrupted flow of data from the district’s data center out to all schools. By CS Staff · April 23, 2014

The Joplin School District has constructed community safe rooms for residents to stay in during intense storms. By CS Staff · April 22, 2014

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott said it’s OK for school district employees to carry handguns at sporting events and school board meetings to protect students. By CS Staff · April 22, 2014

No matter what type of mass notification systems your campus uses, one critical step must not be forgotten: The creation and delivery of the actual content of the emergency notification. The following experts provide some sage advice on making your messages count. By Robin Hattersley Gray ·

The Octorara Area School District board voted against a $40,000 grant that would be used to hire an armed security guard, upsetting many in the community. By CS Staff · April 17, 2014

Littleton Public Schools Director of Security and Emergency Planning Guy Grace Jr., describes how his district addresses non-custodial parent issues. By Robin Hattersley Gray · April 16, 2014

Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton signed the Safe and Supportive Schools Act provides local school districts the guidance, support, and flexibility to adopt clear and enforceable school policies to help protect all children from bullying. By CS Staff · April 15, 2014

Wood County Schools will use the $20,000 grant from Video Insight to improve video surveillance throughout the district. By CS Staff · April 14, 2014