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Read: U.S. Department of Education Announces New Grant Awards to Address School Safety and Improve Access to Mental Health Services

U.S. Department of Education Announces New Grant Awards to Address School Safety and Improve Access to Mental Health Services

The four grant programs cover trauma recovery, mental health, project prevent and school climate transformation.

Read: Number of Sex Crimes in Michigan State, Ohio State ASRs ‘Unprecedented’

Number of Sex Crimes in Michigan State, Ohio State ASRs ‘Unprecedented’

In 2018, there were 992 reported incidents of fondling and 30 reported incidents of rape attributed to former Ohio State physician Richard Strauss.

Read: GW Policy Changes Result in 50% Fewer Liquor Law Violations

GW Policy Changes Result in 50% Fewer Liquor Law Violations

Police citations dropped by more than 50% due to the school’s more lenient alcohol policy.

Read: Maximizing Your Security Systems and Integrator Relationships

Maximizing Your Security Systems and Integrator Relationships

Here’s how four high-level school and healthcare security end users determine the types of technologies they use, as well as how they vet the integrators they hire to install everything.

Read: 1 in 3 Americans Are Worried About Active Shooters

1 in 3 Americans Are Worried About Active Shooters

A survey conducted for CentralSquare found citizen safety concerns continue to rise and many support improved technology to make communities safer.

Read: Ohio University Suspends All 15 Fraternities Amid Hazing Allegations

Ohio University Suspends All 15 Fraternities Amid Hazing Allegations

Hazing allegations were made against seven of the school’s fraternities in the first three days of October.

Read: FBI Warns U.S. Universities About Chinese Theft of Intellectual Property

FBI Warns U.S. Universities About Chinese Theft of Intellectual Property

The move comes after the discovery of several cases of foreign interference relating to research performed at American universities.

Read: 11 Deaths at Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center Deemed Suspicious

11 Deaths at Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center Deemed Suspicious

According to an investigation by The Washington Post, three of the deaths have been ruled homicides and a nursing assistant is the person of interest.

Read: Mom Turns in 17-Year-Old Son Over School Shooting Plan

Mom Turns in 17-Year-Old Son Over School Shooting Plan

Police are praising the mother for reporting her concerns about a potential school shooting to them.

Read: DCH Hospital System Pays Off Hackers for Ransomware Decrpytion Key

DCH Hospital System Pays Off Hackers for Ransomware Decrpytion Key

Three facilities in Alabama and several in Australia have been impacted by this latest round of ransomware.

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