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6 Ways to Communicate with Millennials About Social Networking

Identity fraud and other illegal Web activities associated with social networking sites are on the rise. School officials must understand the most effective ways to communicate with Millennials so campus online safety programs will have the greatest impact.

Success in Spite of Stress

The emotional and physical tension experienced during an emergency can severely impair a person’s fine motor skills. Campus officials should adopt plans, training and equipment with this fact in mind.

Some Games Can Have Deadly Consequences

My experience with replica weapons was anything but child’s play.

Read: Columbine 10 Years Later: The State of School Safety Today

Columbine 10 Years Later: The State of School Safety Today

CS survey shows that K-12 and university campus security programs have made huge strides since this terrible tragedy. Despite this, matters like bully prevention, technology deployment, staffing levels and funding require greater attention.

Wis. Supreme Court Rules in Favor of District After Cheerleading Mishap

Cheerleading Programs Going All-Out for Safety

Read: Tackling School Bus Bullying

Tackling School Bus Bullying

As bullying incidents onboard school buses become increasingly common, experts on the subject discuss its scarring effects and offer strategic approaches for drivers, while school officials disclose how their districts are working to curtail this problem.

Read: Let’s Stop Blaming It on the Big Guy

Let’s Stop Blaming It on the Big Guy

Back to Lockdown Basics

Schools have been using lockdown protocols with success for the past 30 to 40 years. Acts of workplace violence, emergency room shootings, K-12 and higher education shooting rampages demonstrate the need for our campuses to have this lifesaving capability.

Read: Stopping Gangs One Child at a Time

Stopping Gangs One Child at a Time

With gang-related crime on the rise again, traditional law enforcement agencies have their hands full trying to combat this disturbing trend. Considering schools are often the recruiting grounds for new members, it makes sense that campuses do their part to discourage gang involvement.

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