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Read: MSU to Spend Over $250K on Ex-President’s Legal Defense

MSU to Spend Over $250K on Ex-President’s Legal Defense

The university has spent around $129K so far in court fees on the former president and has been billed for at least $140K more.

Read: Mental Health is a School Safety Priority for Texas Lawmakers

Mental Health is a School Safety Priority for Texas Lawmakers

Legislators have made the push towards improving mental health resources for Texas children in order to prevent mass shootings.

Read: Corrections Officers Can Become School Police Officers Under This New N.J. Law

Corrections Officers Can Become School Police Officers Under This New N.J. Law

Since the Parkland shooting, the state of New Jersey has been working to increase school security by adding more armed SROs.

Read: Spotlight on Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Christopher Shaw

Spotlight on Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Christopher Shaw

Check out some of this Director of the Year finalist’s top accomplishments, as well as a photo gallery of his and his department.

Read: Join Us! Attend This Summer’s Campus Safety Conferences

Join Us! Attend This Summer’s Campus Safety Conferences

Campus Safety Conference (CSC) WEST will take place June 17-19 in Las Vegas; CSC TEXAS will be held in Dallas, July 21-23; and CSC EAST will take place in Charlotte, N.C., August 6-8.

Read: ‘Virtual Kidnapping’ Has SoCal Police Alerting Local Schools

‘Virtual Kidnapping’ Has SoCal Police Alerting Local Schools

There have been two separate reports of parents receiving phone calls that their children have been abducted and will be killed unless they send money.

Read: Spotlight on Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Mark Reed

Spotlight on Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Mark Reed

Check out some of this Director of the Year finalist’s top accomplishments, as well as a photo gallery of him and his department.

Read: Court: Flipping Off a Cop is Free Speech (But We Don’t Recommend It)

Court: Flipping Off a Cop is Free Speech (But We Don’t Recommend It)

“Fits of rudeness or lack of gratitude may violate the Golden Rule, but that doesn’t make them illegal or for that matter punishable.”

Read: Trump Administration Lowers Nursing Home Fines

Trump Administration Lowers Nursing Home Fines

Reducing the penalties may give nursing homes less incentive to fix dangerous practices that could potentially harm elderly patients.

Read: Spotlight on Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Kenna Powell

Spotlight on Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Kenna Powell

Check out some of this Director of the Year finalist’s top accomplishments, as well as a photo gallery of her and her department.

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