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Read: Chief Mark Clark Conducts Active Shooter Training for Staff

Chief Mark Clark Conducts Active Shooter Training for Staff

Mark Clark has been named CS K-12 Director of the Year for his efforts to train staff on active shooter preparedness and other school safety measures.

Research

Read: Doctors Association: Corporal Punishment Doesn’t Work

Doctors Association: Corporal Punishment Doesn’t Work

The American Academy of Pediatrics will be strengthening its call to ban corporal punishment, such as spanking.

Resources

Read: Emergency Planning for Complex Emergencies

Emergency Planning for Complex Emergencies

Join Campus Safety and Stephen Lopez, Chief of the New Mexico State University Police Department to learn how to apply the KISUS (Keep It Simple Under Stress) principle so that emergency plans are easy to train, learn, and utilize.

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Read: Starting a School District Police Department from Scratch

Starting a School District Police Department from Scratch

Mark Clark has been named CS K-12 Director of the Year for his efforts in building Val Verde USD’s Police Department from the ground up.

Read: Former Coaches of Thousand Oaks Gunman Speak About His Behavior

Former Coaches of Thousand Oaks Gunman Speak About His Behavior

Two former high school track coaches say the shooter’s behavior as a student was “out of control.” He assaulted one of them during practice.

Read: School Security Referendums Have Mixed Success in Mid-term Elections

School Security Referendums Have Mixed Success in Mid-term Elections

Here are the school security referendums that either passed or did not pass during this year’s mid-term elections.

Read: 7 Signs A Weapon Is Being Concealed That You Should Know

7 Signs A Weapon Is Being Concealed That You Should Know

The ability to tell if a person is carrying a concealed gun, knife or other weapon could save a life. Here are seven signs you should know.

Read: How School Police and Social Workers Can Partner to Improve Campus Security

How School Police and Social Workers Can Partner to Improve Campus Security

In this video, social workers discuss how issues like hunger and mental health issues impact school security, and how social workers and campus police can work together to improve student safety.

Read: Wisconsin School Safety Grant Funds Implement PublicSchoolWORKS

Wisconsin School Safety Grant Funds Implement PublicSchoolWORKS

The school safety program will provide employees with safety training, data recording, and the ability to deliver safety information district-wide.

Read: Former CPS IT Worker Accused of Stealing Personal Files from Database

Former CPS IT Worker Accused of Stealing Personal Files from Database

The files contained personal information such as background checks and employee ID numbers of tens of thousands of CPS workers.

Read: Florida Yoga Studio Shooter Was Fired From Teaching in 2 Counties

Florida Yoga Studio Shooter Was Fired From Teaching in 2 Counties

Not only was the gunman who killed two people a former school teacher, he was arrested for groping women and trespassing on FSU’s campus as well.

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