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Read: School Lockdown Drills: How to Reduce Fear and Trauma

School Lockdown Drills: How to Reduce Fear and Trauma

A Colorado school security director shares steps he takes to ensure lockdown drills minimally impact student and staff mental health.

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2024 Campus Safety BEST Awards

Get your product or solution recognized by campus security, public safety, emergency management, and technology experts!

Read: 5 Types of School Emergency Drills and Why They Are Valuable

5 Types of School Emergency Drills and Why They Are Valuable

Realistic and varying school emergency drills empower staff and students to make life-saving decisions during a stressful event.

Read: Don’t Believe the Hype: Lockdowns Work

Don’t Believe the Hype: Lockdowns Work

Lockdown/shelter in place is a very effective civilian response to active shooters.

Read: Glass Window and Door Security: A Growing Concern for Campus Protection Pros

Glass Window and Door Security: A Growing Concern for Campus Protection Pros

More than one in two campus protection professionals now say their glass doors and windows are the security systems most likely to fail during an unauthorized intrusion.

Read: UPDATE: Wisconsin Student Killed by Police Was Armed with Pellet Gun

UPDATE: Wisconsin Student Killed by Police Was Armed with Pellet Gun

Green Bay Area Public Schools leaders sent a letter warning district families of the dangers of using toy guns

Read: 34% of Public High School Teachers Say Their School Had Gun-Related Lockdown Last Year

34% of Public High School Teachers Say Their School Had Gun-Related Lockdown Last Year

The Pew Research Center asked K-12 public school teachers about their experiences with lockdowns and fears surrounding school gun violence.

Read: ‘Run Hide Fight’ and Responding to Active Shooters: What Does ‘Fight’ Mean at a School?

‘Run Hide Fight’ and Responding to Active Shooters: What Does ‘Fight’ Mean at a School?

The “fight” option in school active shooter response is problematic because the responsible person usually has a room full of students, some of whom might be very young.

Read: 12-Year-Old Finnish Student Fatally Shoots 1 Classmate, Injures 2 Others

12-Year-Old Finnish Student Fatally Shoots 1 Classmate, Injures 2 Others

Immediately after the school shooting, the suspect fled on foot but was later apprehended by police.

Read: College Lockdowns: 3 Access Control Considerations for Your Campus

College Lockdowns: 3 Access Control Considerations for Your Campus

Colleges and universities are turning to the concept of universal lockdown as a supplement to local lockdown, but is it right for your campus?

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