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Campus Safety’s Top 10 School Security Studies of 2016

Here are the 10 most compelling research studies CS covered this past year.

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It will also list fraternity and sorority hazing, alcohol abuse and other violations. By CS Staff · May 24, 2017

Although school buses reduce student absenteeism, some districts are cutting these services. By Robin Hattersley Gray · May 23, 2017

The state Supreme Court upheld a ruling that the college was not responsible for the disappearance, rape and murder of Tyler Thomas. By CS Staff · May 23, 2017

The University of Kentucky’s Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity reportedly paddled and hazed pledging students. By CS Staff · May 23, 2017

The suspect belonged to a Facebook group that posts disparaging remarks about African Americans, women, Latinos and Jews. By Robin Hattersley Gray · May 22, 2017

Michele Gay, who lost her daughter in the 2012 Sandy Hook School tragedy, talks about her experience before, during and after the active shooter attack and how she is working to protect other children and K-12 campuses. By Michele Gay · May 22, 2017

Governor Cuomo’s college sexual assault review will ensure universities are complying with the Enough is Enough law. By CS Staff · May 21, 2017

The East Lampeter Police Department is investigating a Lancaster Mennonite School bus crash that injured 14 students. By CS Staff · May 19, 2017

Auburn University paid Cameron Padgett's legal fees after attempting to cancel Richard Spencer's speech on campus amid safety concerns. By CS Staff · May 17, 2017

Carson Elementary School officials did not tell the mother of Gabriel Taye, who committed suicide, that he'd been bullied two days before his death. By CS Staff · May 16, 2017