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School Safety

School Safety News

Read: Witness: Rancho Tehama Gunman Went to School to Kill Neighbor’s Son

Witness: Rancho Tehama Gunman Went to School to Kill Neighbor’s Son

A neighbor recalls hearing the gunman say he was going to kill his other neighbor’s 7-year-old son at the Rancho Tehama Elementary School.

Research

Read: Study: Schools Not Prepared to Address Teen Dating Violence

Study: Schools Not Prepared to Address Teen Dating Violence

One in three U.S. teens will experience teen dating violence, according to data from the Domestic Violence Awareness Project.

Resources

Read: How Technology Can Help Provide a Safe Learning Environment

How Technology Can Help Provide a Safe Learning Environment

Join Campus Safety on November 30 as we chat with Gwinett County school district and their technology providers to hear how they worked together to efficiently implement a security plan to provide a safe learning environment for their students.

All School Safety Content

Read: BYU Releases Findings from First-Ever Campus Climate Survey

BYU Releases Findings from First-Ever Campus Climate Survey

The campus climate survey was implemented after a 2016 report gave 23 recommendations for how the school could improve its handling of sexual assaults.

Read: Rancho Tehama Staff, Students Praised for Saving Lives During Lockdown

Rancho Tehama Staff, Students Praised for Saving Lives During Lockdown

The superintendent says only eight to 10 seconds passed between the time the lockdown was completed and when the gunman began shooting at the school.

Read: UPDATE: 6 Dead, Students Injured in Tehama County Shooting Rampage

UPDATE: 6 Dead, Students Injured in Tehama County Shooting Rampage

The gunman’s family says he had “no business” owning firearms as he struggled with mental health and random bouts of anger.

Read: Lake Minneola Student Posted to Social Media Before Killing Self at School

Lake Minneola Student Posted to Social Media Before Killing Self at School

A classmate says the senior was in an online group chat the night before his suicide where he said he was going to kill himself.

Read: Last Chance to Submit 2018 Campus Safety Conference Presentations

Last Chance to Submit 2018 Campus Safety Conference Presentations

Campus Safety is accepting presenter proposals for next summer’s Campus Safety Conferences to be held in Washington, D.C., Dallas and Los Angeles. Presentations are due Nov. 17.

Read: Bomb Threat Protocols For Your Campus

Bomb Threat Protocols For Your Campus

Bomb threats to schools are nothing new. The goal is to develop a protocol for dealing with Bomb Threats that accomplish two things: Protect students, staff, and assets and minimize the disruption of the school day or school events.

Read: 2 Students Injured After Gun Goes Off in Atlanta High School

2 Students Injured After Gun Goes Off in Atlanta High School

One student was shot in the ankle and another was grazed by the same bullet inside of a classroom at Banneker High School.

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