Active Shooter

Read: COPS Office Releases $500 Million in Community Policing Grants

COPS Office Releases $500 Million in Community Policing Grants

The grant money will be used for scenario-based active shooter training and improved access to mental health and wellness services, among other things.

Read: NASRO to Lead Development of Standardized Violence Prevention Protocol for Schools

NASRO to Lead Development of Standardized Violence Prevention Protocol for Schools

Grant-funded project to include training curriculum and guide on best practices.

Read: Parents of Great Mills High School Shooting Victim Sue District

Parents of Great Mills High School Shooting Victim Sue District

The lawsuit claims Jaelynn Willey’s ex-boyfriend repeatedly pushed, grabbed and yelled at her in front of school personnel.

Read: Situational Awareness: It Isn’t Just About Active Shooters

Situational Awareness: It Isn’t Just About Active Shooters

Situational awareness isn’t just about the ‘bad stuff,’ either. You won’t notice the good things around you if you aren’t paying attention.

Read: Preparing for an Active Shooter Incident: 11 Tips from a Commander

Preparing for an Active Shooter Incident: 11 Tips from a Commander

“One’s survival strategy must reflect that person’s physical and psychological characteristics, location, and the nature of the threat itself.”

Read: 10 Times ‘See Something, Say Something’ Saved Lives in 2019

10 Times ‘See Something, Say Something’ Saved Lives in 2019

These instances include threats from a mother, a military veteran and students of all ages, emphasizing there is no one profile of a potential mass shooter.

Read: A Warning About Non-Code-Compliant Door Barricade Devices

A Warning About Non-Code-Compliant Door Barricade Devices

Most door barricade devices don’t comply with ADA and NFPA codes. They also pose other risks.

Read: Study: Students Struggle with Mental Health Problems for Years After School Shootings

Study: Students Struggle with Mental Health Problems for Years After School Shootings

For two years after a campus shooting, students increase their antidepressant use by more than 21%.

Read: Wisconsin Gunman Says Bullying Drove Him to Bring Pellet Guns to School

Wisconsin Gunman Says Bullying Drove Him to Bring Pellet Guns to School

The teen said he was “tired of being picked on” and hoped the guns would make the bullying stop.

Read: SCITI Labs, Mutualink Lead Active Shooter Exercise at George Mason

SCITI Labs, Mutualink Lead Active Shooter Exercise at George Mason

Mutualink was chosen from over 140 applications as the primary technology solution for an active shooter drill at George Mason University.

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