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Amy Rock, Senior Editor

Amy is Campus Safety’s Senior Editor. Prior to joining the editorial team in 2017, she worked in both events and digital marketing. Amy’s mother, brother, sister-in-law and a handful of cousins are teachers, motivating her to learn and share as much as she can about campus security. She has a minor in education and has worked with children in several capacities, further deepening her passion for keeping students safe. In her free time, Amy enjoys exploring the outdoors with her husband, her son and her dog.

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Read: Top 10 Stories from March: Coronavirus Concerns, Clery Act Critiques

Top 10 Stories from March: Coronavirus Concerns, Clery Act Critiques

Campus Safety’s most popular March stories include how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting campuses and a former police commissioner’s criticism of the Clery Act.

Read: Armed Madison (Ohio) Teachers Must Have Police-Level Training, Court Rules

Armed Madison (Ohio) Teachers Must Have Police-Level Training, Court Rules

A group of parents sued Madison Local Schools for its concealed weapons policy which only required 26 hours of training for armed teachers and staff.

Read: 28 UT Austin Spring Breakers Test Positive for COVID-19

28 UT Austin Spring Breakers Test Positive for COVID-19

The students were part of a group of 70 who chartered an airplane to Mexico despite the CDC’s advisory to avoid non-essential international travel.

Read: How UNLV Police Established Its Homeless Outreach Unit

How UNLV Police Established Its Homeless Outreach Unit

The primary mission of the unit is to connect both the student and non-student homeless population with available resources in surrounding communities.

Read: OCR: Penn State Continued to Violate Title IX After Sandusky Scandal

OCR: Penn State Continued to Violate Title IX After Sandusky Scandal

A six-year review of Penn State’s handling of sexual misconduct complaints found several Title IX violations this academic year.

Read: Online Extremists Urge Followers to Incite Panic During COVID-19 Crisis

Online Extremists Urge Followers to Incite Panic During COVID-19 Crisis

Extremist groups are pushing accelerationism, a theory that believes carrying out attacks against minorities will allow for the building of a “racially pure nation.”

Read: FBI: Man Killed in Shootout Planned to Bomb Hospital Amid COVID-19 Crisis

FBI: Man Killed in Shootout Planned to Bomb Hospital Amid COVID-19 Crisis

The FBI had been surveilling the 36-year-old man who expressed racial and religious hatred and anti-government sentiment.

Read: Report: Cybersecurity Incidents at K-12 Schools Nearly Tripled in 2019

Report: Cybersecurity Incidents at K-12 Schools Nearly Tripled in 2019

For the first time since the K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center began collecting data, schools have canceled classes or closed due to cybersecurity attacks.

Read: Extremist Groups Urging Members to Spread COVID-19 to Police, Jews

Extremist Groups Urging Members to Spread COVID-19 to Police, Jews

An alert issued by the FBI on Thursday said members are being instructed to spread their bodily fluids to police using spray bottles.

Read: Colleges Extend Distance Learning, Reschedule Graduations

Colleges Extend Distance Learning, Reschedule Graduations

The University of Kentucky is one of many campuses that chose to continue distance learning for the remainder of the year and to postpone graduation.

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