Inclusive schools lead to greater overall acceptance and tolerance, which in turn makes campuses and greater communities safer.
Time and time again, studies have shown that behavioral characteristics are key to determining if a student may become violent.
By redefining and communicating crisis communications protocols at different intervals during the year, school leaders can ensure safety stays at the forefront.
Tabletop exercises (TTX) should examine crucial issues such as how each stakeholder will respond in each phase and who serves as back-up if a major player isn’t available.
Here are four things that organizations can consider to build or enhance a workplace violence prevention program.
A digital wellness expert shares ways schools can reduce technology-dependent behaviors to help ensure children and teens remain safe online.
Holidays can amplify emotional distress for some, particularly youth. Here are some basic tips educational institutions can offer both students and employees.
Security risk management professionals share lessons learned from working with higher education institutions to establish comprehensive threat and risk management plans.
Studies have found that in more than 43% of K-12 campus shootings, the gunman was currently enrolled at the school.
Small acts of relationship-building between police and a campus community repeated over time will pay dividends in ways that we can’t always predict.