Spotlight on: Campus Safety Conference 2019


The Campus Safety Conference is a 2-day intense conference for administrators and public safety officials, security and law enforcement executives from all over the country looking for solutions to campus safety, security, emergency management and technology challenges.
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Read: Texas School Bus Accident Kills 2 Students

Texas School Bus Accident Kills 2 Students

Mariya Alyss Johnson and Jeneica Chatman were the students killed in the bus crash.

Read: Man Granted School Bus License Despite Suspected Terrorist Ties

Man Granted School Bus License Despite Suspected Terrorist Ties

State lawmakers and the governor are concerned that Amir Meshal is permitted to drive school buses in Minnesota.

Read: ‘Secret’ Mobile Apps Let Students Hide Phone Activity from Parents

‘Secret’ Mobile Apps Let Students Hide Phone Activity from Parents

The apps can be used to hide an array of different content from smartphone users.

Read: Study: College Students Increase Daily Marijuana Use

Study: College Students Increase Daily Marijuana Use

The University of Michigan’s Monitoring the Future study sheds light on the usage rates of several different types of drugs among the nation’s college students.

New Ill. Student Discipline Law Softens Punishments

The new law is designed to help students stay in school and graduate high school.

Read: CDC: Middle and High School Classes Should Start Later

CDC: Middle and High School Classes Should Start Later

Adolescent students should start their classes no earlier than 8:30 a.m. so that they get enough sleep.

Read: SC County Council Approves Tax Hike to Fund SROs

SC County Council Approves Tax Hike to Fund SROs

School resource officers are expected to be ready to serve by the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year.

Fla. District Suspends Deployment of Additional Security Officers at Schools

Hillsborough schools had a four year, $4.5 million plan to deploy security officers at every public elementary school in the county.

Calif. Auditors Find Colleges Not Complying with Clery Act

None of the six institutions of higher ed that were audited were fully compliant. VAWA policy statements pose challenges.

Read: Study Identifies People Most Likely to Abuse Painkillers

Study Identifies People Most Likely to Abuse Painkillers

People with a history of smoking or drug abuse are more likely to abuse painkillers according to a new study.

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