School Safety

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: 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: 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: Creating Emergency Plans for Students with Disabilities

Creating Emergency Plans for Students with Disabilities

School crisis planning is challenging, but particularly so for individuals with disabilities. Here’s how you can start making improvements.

Read: Teen Takes Own Life After Classmates Share Intimate Messages Online

Teen Takes Own Life After Classmates Share Intimate Messages Online

Students and parents are calling on the Coffee County School District to increase bullying awareness and suicide prevention.

Read: 500+ Schools Have Been Affected by Ransomware in 2019

500+ Schools Have Been Affected by Ransomware in 2019

A new report found in the past two weeks, 15 school districts made up of over 100 K-12 schools have been hit by ransomware attacks. Universities are also being targeted.

Read: New York City Public Schools Will No Longer Serve Processed Meat

New York City Public Schools Will No Longer Serve Processed Meat

Cancer-causing meats like hot dogs, pepperoni, bacon and deli meats will no longer be served by cafeterias in New York City public schools.

Read: Intoxicated Man with Knife Sits Down in Fla. Classroom to ‘Test Security’

Intoxicated Man with Knife Sits Down in Fla. Classroom to ‘Test Security’

The 51-year-old homeless man entered Spruce Creek High School through one of several doors left unlocked for late students.

Read: Nebo School District Investing $11 Million in Security

Nebo School District Investing $11 Million in Security

Nebo School District is the seventh-largest district in Utah, consisting of over 40 schools and serving more than 40,500 students.

Read: Appeals Court Overturns Student’s Resisting Arrest, Battery Convictions

Appeals Court Overturns Student’s Resisting Arrest, Battery Convictions

The court ruled the officer failed to give the student clear or direct orders or to give a warning before he forced him to the ground and handcuffed him.

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