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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: Student Shoots Classmate in Leg at Hendersonville Middle School

Student Shoots Classmate in Leg at Hendersonville Middle School

Police say the 12-year-old gunman put his hands on his head immediately following the shooting and was detained by employees.

Read: University System of Georgia Expands Student Mental Health Resources

University System of Georgia Expands Student Mental Health Resources

The state allocated $11.5 million of the Governors Emergency Education Relief (GEER) funding to support mental health initiatives at USG.

Read: UIndy Installs Cameras in Student Housing Parking Lots After Increase in Car Thefts

UIndy Installs Cameras in Student Housing Parking Lots After Increase in Car Thefts

Additional surveillance cameras were installed following an increase in car thefts and break-ins at a campus housing facility.

Read: UMiami Students Say Campus Police Used Facial Recognition During Protests

UMiami Students Say Campus Police Used Facial Recognition During Protests

Nine University of Miami students were called into a Zoom meeting with the dean to discuss their participation in a protest regarding the coronavirus.

Read: 5 Hilarious Moments Caught on Home Video Surveillance

5 Hilarious Moments Caught on Home Video Surveillance

Thanks in part to the affordability of modern technology, video surveillance isn’t only being used on campuses.

Read: 19% of U.S. Hospitals Don’t Have Enough Staff as COVID Cases Surge

19% of U.S. Hospitals Don’t Have Enough Staff as COVID Cases Surge

In El Paso, Texas, morgues have started paying jail inmates $2 an hour to help transport the bodies of COVID-19 victims.

Read: Teen Shoots Himself Outside Weatherford High School

Teen Shoots Himself Outside Weatherford High School

The boy, believed to be a runaway, ran into nearby woods and shot himself in the abdomen when responding officers approached.

Read: Tabletop Exercise 4: Minivan with 4 Students Rear-ends School Bus

Tabletop Exercise 4: Minivan with 4 Students Rear-ends School Bus

There were also 33 elementary students on the school bus at the time of the accident. What steps should be taken?

Read: LSU Ignored Sexual Misconduct Complaints Against Students, Top Athletes

LSU Ignored Sexual Misconduct Complaints Against Students, Top Athletes

At least nine LSU football players had been reported for dating violence and sexual misconduct, including multiple rapes.

Read: Major Cities Suspend In-Person Learning as COVID-19 Cases Rise

Major Cities Suspend In-Person Learning as COVID-19 Cases Rise

Detroit, Philadelphia, Newark, Boston and San Diego have switched to completely remote learning as coronavirus positivity rates increase.

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