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Read: Governor Ron DeSantis Signs HB 1421, Improving School Safety in Florida

Governor Ron DeSantis Signs HB 1421, Improving School Safety in Florida

HB 1421 builds on legislation over the last three years to implement the additional recommendations of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Commission.

Read: UPDATE: Parkland Victims’ Families Settle with Broward Schools for Over $26M

UPDATE: Parkland Victims’ Families Settle with Broward Schools for Over $26M

Between two settlements, $25 million will be shared by 51 plaintiffs and $1.25 million will go to a student who was shot five times.

Read: U.S. to Pay $127 Million to Parkland Families for FBI’s Inaction

U.S. to Pay $127 Million to Parkland Families for FBI’s Inaction

Just days after the shooting, the FBI said it failed to follow up on a credible tip that the gunman intended to carry out a school shooting.

Read: Parkland School Shooter Pleads Guilty on All Charges

Parkland School Shooter Pleads Guilty on All Charges

The gunman pleaded guilty to 17 counts of murder and 17 counts of attempted murder. Jury selection is scheduled for Jan. 4.

Read: Parkland Dad to Share His Story, Mission to Improve School Safety at CSC at EDspaces

Parkland Dad to Share His Story, Mission to Improve School Safety at CSC at EDspaces

Max Schachter, whose youngest son, Alex, was one of 17 innocent victims murdered in the Parkland school shooting, will present at the Campus Safety Conference at EDSpaces in Pittsburgh this November.

Read: SRO Who Allegedly Hid During Parkland School Shooting Faces Criminal Charges

SRO Who Allegedly Hid During Parkland School Shooting Faces Criminal Charges

A jury will decide if the former school resource officer’s actions during the Parkland mass shooting were negligent.

Read: Survey Finds Campuses Having Mixed Success with Access Control, Lockdowns

Survey Finds Campuses Having Mixed Success with Access Control, Lockdowns

Demand for access control, locks, visitor management and other solutions is on the rise, but the ability to lockdown is still a challenge.

Read: Florida School Districts Select Raptor Technologies as their Panic Alert Solution for Alyssa’s Law Requirement

Florida School Districts Select Raptor Technologies as their Panic Alert Solution for Alyssa’s Law Requirement

Polk, Sarasota, Charlotte, Nassau, Gadsden, Holmes, and Bradford County school districts choose Raptor Technologies as their mobile panic alert provider.

Read: Judge OKs Arbitrator Decisions to Reinstate Fired Parkland Deputies

Judge OKs Arbitrator Decisions to Reinstate Fired Parkland Deputies

The judge ruled both deputies, who were fired for inaction during the Parkland school shooting, should be rehired with back pay and benefits.

Read: Broward Schools Superintendent Offers to Resign

Broward Schools Superintendent Offers to Resign

The superintedent was charged with lying to a grand jury last week.

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