Oxford High School

Read: Oxford School Shooter Parents Sentenced to 10 to 15 Years

Oxford School Shooter Parents Sentenced to 10 to 15 Years

Both parents were found guilty of four counts of involuntary manslaughter and faced up to 15 years in prison for each count.

Read: Father of Oxford School Shooter Found Guilty of Involuntary Manslaughter

Father of Oxford School Shooter Found Guilty of Involuntary Manslaughter

Prosecutors largely focused on James Crumbley’s improper storage of the firearm his son used in the Oxford High School shooting.

Read: Mother of Oxford School Shooter Found Guilty of Involuntary Manslaughter

Mother of Oxford School Shooter Found Guilty of Involuntary Manslaughter

Jennifer Crumbley is the first parent in the U.S. to be held responsible for their child carrying out a mass school shooting.

Read: Former Oxford School Leader Shares Lessons Learned in Violence Prevention, Response and Recovery

Former Oxford School Leader Shares Lessons Learned in Violence Prevention, Response and Recovery

Two years after four students were tragically killed at Oxford High School, a former district leader offers advice on school violence mitigation.

Read: Oxford School Shooter Sentenced to Life in Prison, No Parole

Oxford School Shooter Sentenced to Life in Prison, No Parole

The shooter’s defense attorneys argued he had shown signs of severe mental illness years before the shooting and that neither his parents nor school officials did anything to help him.

Read: Final Oxford High School Shooting Report Released

Final Oxford High School Shooting Report Released

The 572-page report determined the fatal shooting could have been prevented if the district’s threat assessment policies had been followed.

Read: Oxford Shooting Update: A Warning About Non-Code-Compliant Door Barricade Devices

Oxford Shooting Update: A Warning About Non-Code-Compliant Door Barricade Devices

Most door barricade devices don’t comply with ADA and NFPA codes. They also pose other major risks.

Read: Michigan’s OK2SAY Tip Line Sees Increase in School Safety Concerns

Michigan’s OK2SAY Tip Line Sees Increase in School Safety Concerns

The top three categories with the most tips related to school safety in 2022 were bullying, suicide threats, and drugs.

Read: Broward County Schools Reverses Clear Backpack Requirement

Broward County Schools Reverses Clear Backpack Requirement

The clear backpack policy was supposed to go into effect August 21 and apply to all students, grades pre-K through 12.

Read: School Safety and Security is a Process, Not a Purchase

School Safety and Security is a Process, Not a Purchase

Schools should continuously review their security and safety programs, involving educators and only adopting practices and technologies that are appropriate.

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