OJP’s programs support a wide array of activities and services, including programs designed to tighten school security and improve the reporting of threats.
An alert issued by the FBI on Thursday said members are being instructed to spread their bodily fluids to police using spray bottles.
The University of Kentucky is one of many campuses that chose to continue distance learning for the remainder of the year and to postpone graduation.
The 55-year-old homeless male, who had tested positive for COVID-19, left on foot.
With the rise in number of law enforcement agencies reporting employee exposure to COVID-19, here’s how officers can protect themselves.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has been criticized for not ordering the closure of all beaches, leading local officials to make the decision on their own.
Here’s what worked and what didn’t during this long-term care facility’s temporary evacuation of its 144 residents.
Many U.S. colleges and universities are prepping empty dorms and other large facilities to house both coronavirus patients and healthcare workers.
District and school administrators, police and fire departments, transportation directors and safety and emergency managers throughout the state are all encouraged to attend this spring’s Annual Illinois School Safety Conference.
Data from the Harvard Global Health Institute estimates a fifth of adults who are infected with the virus will need to be hospitalized.