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Read: More Than $83M in DOJ School Safety Grants Now Available

More Than $83M in DOJ School Safety Grants Now Available

OJP’s programs support a wide array of activities and services, including programs designed to tighten school security and improve the reporting of threats.

Read: Sandy Hook Promise Program: A School Safety Coordinator’s Viewpoint

Sandy Hook Promise Program: A School Safety Coordinator’s Viewpoint

Auburn City Schools implemented the Sandy Hook Promise program this year and its safety coordinator recommends others do, too. Here’s why.

Read: FERPA and HIPAA: When Can You Share Student Education and Health Records?

FERPA and HIPAA: When Can You Share Student Education and Health Records?

The federal government’s updated FERPA and HIPAA guidance will help you make the appropriate determination.

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: Student Tips Thwart Plot to Attack Church

Student Tips Thwart Plot to Attack Church

The suspect’s classmates confided to their counselors about the teen’s notebook, which detailed her plans.

Read: 4 Iowa School Districts Settle with Sexual Abuse Victim for $650K

4 Iowa School Districts Settle with Sexual Abuse Victim for $650K

Three of the districts knew that the former teacher and coach had a history of sexually abusing his students, but the information was not passed on to his future employers.

Read: Mom Turns in 17-Year-Old Son Over School Shooting Plan

Mom Turns in 17-Year-Old Son Over School Shooting Plan

Police are praising the mother for reporting her concerns about a potential school shooting to them.

Read: At Least 30 Arrested for Mass Shooting Threats in Past 3 Weeks

At Least 30 Arrested for Mass Shooting Threats in Past 3 Weeks

More than half of the arrests involved mass shooting threats against schools, universities or hospitals and were made through social media.

Read: 10 ‘See Something, Say Something’ Success Stories

10 ‘See Something, Say Something’ Success Stories

The phrase “See Something, Say Something” has proven successful time and again in stopping tragic situations, particularly school shooting threats.

Read: Civil Rights Groups Raise Concerns over Florida’s New School Database

Civil Rights Groups Raise Concerns over Florida’s New School Database

The database will keep track of student behavior and discipline, including whether a student has been a victim of bullying based on race or religion.

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