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Katie Malafronte, Web Editor

Katie Malafronte is Campus Safety's Web Editor. She graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 2017 with a Bachelor's Degree in Communication Studies and a minor in Writing & Rhetoric. Katie has been CS's Web Editor since 2018.

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Read: Baltimore School Board Reconsiders Arming SROs After Shooting

Baltimore School Board Reconsiders Arming SROs After Shooting

A man entered Frederick Douglass High School last week and shot a special education assistant for disciplining his sister.

Read: USC Settles with Ex-Gynecologist’s Sexual Abuse Victims for $215M

USC Settles with Ex-Gynecologist’s Sexual Abuse Victims for $215M

Hundreds of students and alumni have come forward to accuse former gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall of sexual misconduct during physical exams.

Read: Broward County Schools May Install Experimental AI Surveillance System

Broward County Schools May Install Experimental AI Surveillance System

One year after the tragic shooting, Broward County is considering installing a new camera-software system to track students.

Read: Aiphone Announces New JO Series Video Intercom for Visitor Surveillance

Aiphone Announces New JO Series Video Intercom for Visitor Surveillance

The updated JO Series allows for superior access control and front-door access onsite from virtually anywhere using a mobile app.

Read: Video Shows Second Alleged Hazing Incident at Sacramento State

Video Shows Second Alleged Hazing Incident at Sacramento State

The surfaced video involves members from a fraternity that was already under a previous investigation for an alleged hazing incident.

Read: 3 Camden County College Public Safety Officers Save Lives, Celebrated

3 Camden County College Public Safety Officers Save Lives, Celebrated

Two of the victims were suffering from an opioid overdose until the officers revived them with an opioid reversal drug, Narcan.

Read: Arizona Pushes for Video Surveillance in Long-term Care Facilities

Arizona Pushes for Video Surveillance in Long-term Care Facilities

After a rape incident last month at a Phoenix hospital, the state is now pushing for video surveillance in common areas.

Read: Marshall ISD Now Requires Visible IDs for Students

Marshall ISD Now Requires Visible IDs for Students

This new security measure follows an incident where a non-student entered the school without anyone noticing and fought another student.

Read: Kingdom Prep Headmaster Arrested on Suspicion of Child Molestation

Kingdom Prep Headmaster Arrested on Suspicion of Child Molestation

Read: Univ. of Mich. Receives $150K for Sexual Assault Prevention

Univ. of Mich. Receives $150K for Sexual Assault Prevention

The funds will be used to expand education on sexual assault, create a discussion on the topic and provide support for students.

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