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Connecticut School Shooting: Evil Knows No Rules

As school safety specialists, we must continue to train our people, audit our buildings and protect our charges.

Combining Technology and Training Makes Campuses Safer

Cameras, visitor management, metal detectors, emergency notification, ID systems and more save lives.

Delaware Bill Requires Comprehensive School Safety Plans

Manhattan-Ogden Schools Get an A+ for Safety Week

Each day of the week, campuses conduct a different drill or combination of exercises.

Read: District’s Attitude About Protection Goes From ‘Ho Hum’ to ‘Gung Ho’

District’s Attitude About Protection Goes From ‘Ho Hum’ to ‘Gung Ho’

Evansville Vanderburgh School Corp. gets passionate about safety thanks to CS K-12 Director of the Year Gerald Eugene Summers.

When It Comes to Security, Many Top Administrators Still Don’t Get It

Despite last week’s report condemning the UC Davis pepper-spray incident and another report estimating the costs associated with the 2007 Virginia Tech mass shooting to be more than $48 million, we still have a big problem with campus executive apathy and na├»vete.

Don’t Accept Mediocrity in Your Emergency Management Program

Let’s quit playing games with the structure of campus emergency management and demand accountability.

School Officials Effectively Handle Fallout from Casey Anthony Trial

NIMS helped district deal with onslaught of media and student mental health issues.

Read: How 1 Illinois School District Saves $200,000 a Year

How 1 Illinois School District Saves $200,000 a Year

East Aurora School District 131 uses in-house staff and partnerships to keep costs under control.

Schools Receive $28.8M in Grants for Emergency Management Plans

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