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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: 2 Middle School Students Arrested in Alleged Columbine-Style School Shooting Plot

2 Middle School Students Arrested in Alleged Columbine-Style School Shooting Plot

The 13- and 14-year-old male students had a map of the school, had conducted research on Columbine and attempted to buy weapons on the black market.

Read: University Emergency Management’s Response Role in Civil Unrest

University Emergency Management’s Response Role in Civil Unrest

Just like in an active shooter situation, university emergency managers are increasingly asked to take a more active response role in just about all disasters, including protests, demonstrations, riot and other civil disturbances.

Read: Son of Michigan Coach Bo Schembechler Alleges Coverup of Doctor Abuse

Son of Michigan Coach Bo Schembechler Alleges Coverup of Doctor Abuse

Matt Schembechler and two other former U-M football come forward with accusations of abuse by Dr. Robert Anderson.

Read: Multiple Tips to SRO on Planned School Shooting Lead to Teen Arrest

Multiple Tips to SRO on Planned School Shooting Lead to Teen Arrest

Multiple students reported a teenager’s plans to commit a school shooting because they had a good rapport with the school resource officer.

Read: Reading Between the Lines: Recognizing Insider References to School Shooters

Reading Between the Lines: Recognizing Insider References to School Shooters

School shooters sometimes quote previous shooters in their online posts and/or homework assignments. Campus staff and police should understand these references so they can intervene.

Read: Month by Month Guide to Enhance School Safety and Communication

Month by Month Guide to Enhance School Safety and Communication

‘Enhancing Safety and Communication in K-12 Schools: A 12-Month Guide,’ provides a detailed outline of the entire school year to advise on leading practices and steps you can take to make sure everyone is informed about emergencies.

Read: Spotlight on Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Steven Ellis

Spotlight on Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Steven Ellis

Check out some of this Director of the Year finalist’s top accomplishments, as well as a photo gallery of him and his department.

Read: A Nonsworn Community College Public Safety Department’s Lessons from Last Summer’s Minneapolis Civil Unrest

A Nonsworn Community College Public Safety Department’s Lessons from Last Summer’s Minneapolis Civil Unrest

Here are Mark DeRee’s written answers to the questions that weren’t answered during his Campus Safety Online Summit presentation on the lessons Minneapolis College learned during last summer’s protests.

Read: College Campus Police Bolster Security Measures for Inauguration Day

College Campus Police Bolster Security Measures for Inauguration Day

The move comes as some college students have been arrested for their alleged involvement in the January 6 National Capitol riot.

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