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Amy Rock, Web Editor

Amy Rock is the Campus Safety Web Editor. She graduated from UMass Amherst with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications and a minor in Education. She has worked in the publishing industry since 2011, in both events and digital marketing.

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Read: Is Your School Prepared for a Mass Casualty Incident? Take This Quiz to Find Out

Is Your School Prepared for a Mass Casualty Incident? Take This Quiz to Find Out

Take this FEMA quiz to see how prepared your school or university is should a mass casualty incident occur.

Read: Police: Mundelein Students Charged in Columbine Threat Had Ammunition

Police: Mundelein Students Charged in Columbine Threat Had Ammunition

Two 13-year-old Mundelein students were charged after making online threats that referenced the Columbine school shooting.

Read: 1 Dead, 2 Injured in Gang-Related Shooting at Raines High School

1 Dead, 2 Injured in Gang-Related Shooting at Raines High School

Police say the triple shooting at a Raines High School football game is gang-related and occurred despite heavy police presence.

Read: DeVos Considers Using Federal Funds to Buy Firearms for Schools

DeVos Considers Using Federal Funds to Buy Firearms for Schools

Discussions of using federal grant money to buy firearms for schools has drawn significant criticism from many education and gun control activist groups.

Read: Ohio State Opens New Title IX Office Amid Several High-Profile Controversies

Ohio State Opens New Title IX Office Amid Several High-Profile Controversies

The Ohio State Title IX office was reestablished after its Sexual Civility and Empowerment division was closed back in February.

Read: Former Biloxi School District Security Chief Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement

Former Biloxi School District Security Chief Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement

The former security chief at Biloxi School District embezzled over $169,000 from the Mississippi Association of School Resource Officers.

Read: Orange County (Fla.) Commissioners Approve $11 Million to Hire 75 SROs

Orange County (Fla.) Commissioners Approve $11 Million to Hire 75 SROs

The $11 million approved budget will be shared between Orange County Public Schools, the Board of Commissioners and the state of Florida.

Read: Protesters Tear Down ‘Silent Sam’ Statue at UNC-Chapel Hill

Protesters Tear Down ‘Silent Sam’ Statue at UNC-Chapel Hill

Protesters used ropes to tear down the Confederate statue that many say represents white supremacy; one person was arrested.

Read: Lee County School Board Approves Arming Teachers

Lee County School Board Approves Arming Teachers

The rural Virginia county is the first in the state to approve arming teachers, which the governor has denounced since the school board’s initial proposal.

Read: Ex-Baylor Doctor Found Guilty of Raping Patient, Gets Probation

Ex-Baylor Doctor Found Guilty of Raping Patient, Gets Probation

The former Baylor College doctor sexually assaulted a partially sedated patient three times while working at Ben Taub Hospital in 2013.

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