The shooter took his own life, and a friend of the woman was also found shot to death in her home.
The Washington University in St. Louis Police Department has embraced Safe Zone training to better support LGBTQ+ students, staff, administrators and faculty.
An unidentified sixth grader allegedly fired multiple shots into his middle school’s ceiling. The suspect’s father says it was a “cry for help.”
After a 15-year-old boy took his own life after falling victim to a catfishing Internet scam, the North Colonie school district is holding Internet Safety sessions with middle and high school students.
As more students return to in-person learning, most teens don’t feel confident that their schools are prepared to address mental health and safety needs.
A substitute teacher informs an administrator that one of her students climbed onto the roof and is threatening to jump if anyone attempts to make contact. What should they do?
A recent Pew Research Center study breaks down six types of harassment experienced by adults on six different online platforms.
Corona-Norco USD’s Steven Ellis describes the steps he and his district took to obtain grant funding and properly manage the projects stemming from those grants.
To effectively navigate the changes prompted by the defund-the-police movement, campus security pros must collaborate with other stakeholders, use the right security technologies and embrace new opportunities.
Any change to the deployment of campus police should be thoughtfully considered and carefully monitored by law enforcement, school staff and parents.