Spotlight on: Campus Safety Conference 2019


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Read: Ohio Police May Not Know if Teachers Are Armed in Schools

Ohio Police May Not Know if Teachers Are Armed in Schools

Under current laws, some worry that teachers could be mistaken for gunman by first responders.

Read: Forced to Allow Guns on Campus, UT Adopts 25 New Firearm Policies

Forced to Allow Guns on Campus, UT Adopts 25 New Firearm Policies

A new campus carry law in Texas is forcing universities to adapt to the new reality of people bringing guns onto campus.

Okla. School District Displays Signs to Deter Shooters

The signs inform visitors that some staff members at the school can legally carry guns.

Read: Texas Allows Guns in Public Mental Health Clinics

Texas Allows Guns in Public Mental Health Clinics

Some facilities are exempt from the new law, including hospitals licensed under Chapter 241 of the Texas health and safety code.

Read: Texas Colleges Can’t Ban Guns on Campus

Texas Colleges Can’t Ban Guns on Campus

The law will force public colleges to allow licensed gun holders to bring concealed weapons into classrooms and dormitories.

Public Fla. Colleges Request $74M for School Security

The request is the result of campus security concerns if one of Florida’s campus carry bills is passed into law.

Read: Kansas Board Adjusts Guns on Campus Policy to Fit New State Law

Kansas Board Adjusts Guns on Campus Policy to Fit New State Law

The new policy would require individuals with guns to keep the weapons on their persons or in a secure storage device.

Va. University to End Rule Banning Guns in Residence Halls

Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. says a campus with guns is a safer campus.

University President in Va. Encourages Students to Get CCPs

The statements contradicted the anti-gun rhetoric of many college administrators and security officials around the country.

Read: CT Regents Considering Arming Officers on All Campuses

CT Regents Considering Arming Officers on All Campuses

The current state policy bans weapons on all state-funded community college campuses with one exception.

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