School Safety

Read: Submit Your Nominations for the 2022 Director of the Year Award!

Submit Your Nominations for the 2022 Director of the Year Award!

Tell us about your campus security, emergency management and/or public safety top executive and why he or she deserves our Director of the Year award.

Read: UPDATE: Woman Shot By Long Beach SSO Has Died

UPDATE: Woman Shot By Long Beach SSO Has Died

The woman was shot as the car she was in sped away after an altercation near the Long Beach campus.

Read: Parkland Dad to Share His Story, Mission to Improve School Safety at CSC at EDspaces

Parkland Dad to Share His Story, Mission to Improve School Safety at CSC at EDspaces

Max Schachter, whose youngest son, Alex, was one of 17 innocent victims murdered in the Parkland school shooting, will present at the Campus Safety Conference at EDSpaces in Pittsburgh this November.

Read: UPDATE: Long Beach SSO Who Fatally Shot Teen Has Been Fired

UPDATE: Long Beach SSO Who Fatally Shot Teen Has Been Fired

Before joining LBUSD in January, Eddie Gonzalez had served just a few months as a police officer in two cities.

Read: Inovonics Mobile Duress System Now Available

Inovonics Mobile Duress System Now Available

When the pendant is pushed, the system delivers precise floor and room location so first responders know where to go in an emergency,

Read: Are Campuses Really Ready to Embrace the Cloud, AI and Cybersecurity?

Are Campuses Really Ready to Embrace the Cloud, AI and Cybersecurity?

Dean Drako of Eagle Eye Networks talks about the applicability of the cloud and artificial intelligence on campus, as well as the need for strong cybersecurity practices.

Read: DOJ Vows to Address Violent Threats Against School Board Members, Officials and Teachers

DOJ Vows to Address Violent Threats Against School Board Members, Officials and Teachers

DOJ’s efforts will most likely include the creation of a task force to determine how federal enforcement tools can be used to prosecute these crimes, and ways to assist state, Tribal, territorial and local law enforcement where threats of violence may not constitute federal crimes.”

Read: Shooting at Timberview High School Leaves 4 Injured, 1 Critically

Shooting at Timberview High School Leaves 4 Injured, 1 Critically

Arlington police say the student suspect fled after opening fire during a fight in a classroom on the second floor.

Read: 1,800 NYC School Safety Agents Placed on Leave for Not Complying with Vax Mandate

1,800 NYC School Safety Agents Placed on Leave for Not Complying with Vax Mandate

Only 84% of New York City’s school safety agents have been vaccinated for COVID, so about 1,800 officers were placed on unpaid leave on Monday.

Read: School Threats Are On the Rise, District Leaders Are Concerned About Being Prepared and Secure

School Threats Are On the Rise, District Leaders Are Concerned About Being Prepared and Secure

Preparing your students and staff to respond to violence in school is not easy or comfortable. But you can equip them with life skills in a trauma-informed way to ensure they are empowered to survive during a violent incident.

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