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Read: Parkland School Shooter to Plead Guilty on All Charges

Parkland School Shooter to Plead Guilty on All Charges

The gunman’s lawyers will ask the judge to impose 17 consecutive life sentences in lieu of the death penalty.

Read: Missouri Governor Wants to Prosecute Journalist Who Found School Employee Database Vulnerability

Missouri Governor Wants to Prosecute Journalist Who Found School Employee Database Vulnerability

Cybersecurity legal experts say the potential prosecution is misguided and could have a chilling effect on others who discover cyber vulnerabilities.

Read: Grambling State Shooting Leaves 1 Dead, 3 Injured

Grambling State Shooting Leaves 1 Dead, 3 Injured

The shooting, which involved two non-students, happened during a non-sanctioned event outside the Grambling State student union building.

Read: Unification vs. Integration: Why a Unified Platform Will Better Protect Your Campus

Unification vs. Integration: Why a Unified Platform Will Better Protect Your Campus

By focusing on unification over integration, campuses can better protect their facilities, improve operations and unlock business intelligence.

Read: New York AG Orders Contractor to ‘Cease and Desist’ Providing Security Replacement Staff to Hospital

New York AG Orders Contractor to ‘Cease and Desist’ Providing Security Replacement Staff to Hospital

The “cease and desist” letter says the contractor providing temporary workers during a hospital strike is not licensed in New York State to provide security.

Read: 8 Leon County Students Charged with Bringing Weapons to School

8 Leon County Students Charged with Bringing Weapons to School

Each student said they brought the weapon to protect themselves on the way to and from school and not to harm others.

Read: ShotSpotter Sues Vice Media for $300M

ShotSpotter Sues Vice Media for $300M

The lawsuit claims “Vice knowingly created a fictional tale that ShotSpotter conspired with police to frame innocent people.”

Read: Security Officer, Student Shot Outside Chicago High School

Security Officer, Student Shot Outside Chicago High School

The school shooting happened just as the security officer was opening the campus doors as classes were being dismissed for the day.

Read: UNC Cancels Classes for ‘Wellness Day’ After 2 Student Suicides

UNC Cancels Classes for ‘Wellness Day’ After 2 Student Suicides

UNC chancellor urged students and staff to take the day to rest and check in with each other following two suicides and an attempted suicide.

Read: Cost-Effective Ways to Enhance School Safety

Cost-Effective Ways to Enhance School Safety

Here are several examples of school safety improvements that can be implemented at little or no cost.

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