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Read: Cain, Pluretti and Sarnese Named 2022 Campus Safety Directors of the Year

Cain, Pluretti and Sarnese Named 2022 Campus Safety Directors of the Year

The Director of the Year winners were announced at the 2022 Campus Safety Conference East in Rockville, Maryland.

Read: Fresno Unified Reinstating Armed Police Officers at Some Middle Schools

Fresno Unified Reinstating Armed Police Officers at Some Middle Schools

The district did not renew its contract with the Fresno Police Department when it expired in the summer of 2020.

Read: How Appalachian State’s Police Officer Development Program is Revolutionizing Policing

How Appalachian State’s Police Officer Development Program is Revolutionizing Policing

The program exceeds North Carolina’s minimum police training standards by hundreds of hours and students graduate as fully sworn officers.

Read: UKPD Recognizes Specialized K9 Unit

UKPD Recognizes Specialized K9 Unit

The University of Kentucky Police Department is recognizing the 13 K9s that have served with it since 2004.

Read: Tennessee Governor Issues Executive Order to Enhance School Safety

Tennessee Governor Issues Executive Order to Enhance School Safety

The state will evaluate school security and use of resources, as well as encourage parents to engage and advocate for improvements.

Read: Police Chief Who Led Uvalde School Shooting Response Didn’t Have Radio at the Scene

Police Chief Who Led Uvalde School Shooting Response Didn’t Have Radio at the Scene

Senator Roland Gutierrez said Uvalde CISD Police Chief Pete Arredondo did not know students were calling 911 from inside the classroom.

Read: Pinellas County Schools Police Chief Makes Community Safer by Investing in Students’ Futures

Pinellas County Schools Police Chief Makes Community Safer by Investing in Students’ Futures

As a product of the schools he serves, Chief Luke Williams’ commitment to student success is clear through his many youth-focused initiatives.

Read: Opinion: U.S. Politicians Must Get a Backbone, Pass Gun Laws to Prevent School Shootings

Opinion: U.S. Politicians Must Get a Backbone, Pass Gun Laws to Prevent School Shootings

Campus hardening measures can only go so far in preventing school shootings. We need stronger gun laws to truly make our campuses safer.

Read: Texas Law Enforcement Scrutinized for Response to Uvalde School Shooting

Texas Law Enforcement Scrutinized for Response to Uvalde School Shooting

Officials said the gunman entered the school unobstructed and that he was barricaded inside a classroom for nearly an hour-and-a-half before being killed.

Read: 4 Features This Police Chief Says Your School District’s Emergency Response System Needs

4 Features This Police Chief Says Your School District’s Emergency Response System Needs

Coatesville Area School District’s Frank Galbraith talks about those features, in addition to how he established an incident command team and secured nearly $400,000 in grant funding.

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