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Read: IACLEA Announces Global Center for Campus Public Safety

IACLEA Announces Global Center for Campus Public Safety

The center, which will open in 2019, will prepare research for global public safety practices and trends.

Read: Campus Security Pros Brace for the Tariff War: Are You Prepared?

Campus Security Pros Brace for the Tariff War: Are You Prepared?

If more tariffs on products made in China go into effect this January, the cost of campus security equipment will increase.

Read: 2 Dead, 1 Injured After Gunman Opens Fire Outside KU Hospital

2 Dead, 1 Injured After Gunman Opens Fire Outside KU Hospital

An armed man opened fire outside the University of Kansas Medical Hospital, shooting a male victim and then himself.

Read: Berkeley College Republicans Settle Free Speech Lawsuit with University

Berkeley College Republicans Settle Free Speech Lawsuit with University

The lawsuit claimed UC Berkeley school officials did not set the same restrictions for liberal speakers as they did for republican speakers.

Read: Lunch Monitor, SRO Praised for Stopping Armed Man in N.C. High School

Lunch Monitor, SRO Praised for Stopping Armed Man in N.C. High School

An administrative staff member, assistant principal and SRO all played their part in keeping Smith High School students safe and apprehending an armed man.

Read: Study: ADHD Diagnosis More Likely for Youngest Kids in Class

Study: ADHD Diagnosis More Likely for Youngest Kids in Class

New research suggests younger kids in a classroom are 30 percent more likely to receive an ADHD diagnosis.

Read: Opinion: When a ‘Good Guy with a Gun’ Gets Shot

Opinion: When a ‘Good Guy with a Gun’ Gets Shot

Two recent police shootings of ‘Good Guys with Guns’ in Alabama and Oregon are examples of the risks of friendly fire when armed citizens try to become first responders.

Read: Orange County Schools Increase Random Security Screening

Orange County Schools Increase Random Security Screening

Students could be seeing more random metal detector screenings and bag checks.

Read: Family Awarded $14 Million in Historic NIU Hazing Death Lawsuit

Family Awarded $14 Million in Historic NIU Hazing Death Lawsuit

Ninteen-year-old David Bogenberger died in 2012 following a pledge initiation event at Northern Illinois University’s Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity.

Read: Inspector General Finds Missteps in Dept. of Ed.’s Handling of FERPA

Inspector General Finds Missteps in Dept. of Ed.’s Handling of FERPA

An audit by the U.S. Dept. of Ed.’s Inspector General found their own office liable for not handling FERPA complaints in a timely and effective manner.

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