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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 has many close relatives and friends who 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.

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Read: 29-Year-Old Posed as Student, Attended N.J. High School for 4 Days

29-Year-Old Posed as Student, Attended N.J. High School for 4 Days

New Jersey law requires schools to immediately enroll unaccompanied children, even in the absence of records normally required for enrollment.

Read: Teacher on Leave for Allegedly Spreading Misinformation After Reporting Student Threat

Teacher on Leave for Allegedly Spreading Misinformation After Reporting Student Threat

The Waskom Middle School teacher made a TikTok video claiming two students told him another student threatened to shoot him.

Read: Nearly 3,000 Unannounced Intruder Detection Audits Conducted at Texas Schools

Nearly 3,000 Unannounced Intruder Detection Audits Conducted at Texas Schools

Auditors were able to gain unauthorized access to 75 campuses in under two minutes and 130 campuses within five minutes.

Read: Bowling Green State Settles Hazing Death Lawsuit for Nearly $3 Million

Bowling Green State Settles Hazing Death Lawsuit for Nearly $3 Million

The settlement is the largest payout by a public university in a hazing case in the state of Ohio.

Read: Software Failure, Supply Chain Blamed for School’s Inability to Turn Off Lights for Over a Year

Software Failure, Supply Chain Blamed for School’s Inability to Turn Off Lights for Over a Year

The lighting system software malfunctioned in Aug. 2021 and supply chain issues have largely been blamed for the delay in repairs.

Read: School Swatting: Why It’s So Dangerous and How to Combat It

School Swatting: Why It’s So Dangerous and How to Combat It

A police chief breaks down the dangers of swatting, how it impacts communities, and lessons he’s learned from responding to false threats.

Read: Teen in Custody After 1 Shot at Del City High School Basketball Game

Teen in Custody After 1 Shot at Del City High School Basketball Game

During a live stream of the game, multiple gunshots could be heard and people could be seen running for cover.

Read: Judge Upholds Title IX Exemptions for Religiously-Affiliated Schools

Judge Upholds Title IX Exemptions for Religiously-Affiliated Schools

LGBTQ+ students sued the Education Department alleging Title IX exemptions for religious colleges allowed them to face discrimination.

Read: Dozens of Colleges Ban TikTok on Campus-Issued Devices

Dozens of Colleges Ban TikTok on Campus-Issued Devices

Colleges across the country have banned TikTok from university-owned and operated devices as Washington warns of security concerns.

Read: Ex-Uvalde School Police Chief Said He Prioritized Saving Students in Other Classrooms

Ex-Uvalde School Police Chief Said He Prioritized Saving Students in Other Classrooms

In an interview less than 24 hours after the massacre, Pete Arredondo said he also heard the gunman reload but did not try to enter the classroom.

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