PTSD

Read: Uvalde Teacher Wrongly Accused of Leaving Door Open Suffers from Tremors, Depression

Uvalde Teacher Wrongly Accused of Leaving Door Open Suffers from Tremors, Depression

In a press conference, Texas authorities originally claimed Amy Marin left a door propped open, giving the gunman access to the school.

Read: Campus Safety Conferences Deliver Intensive Training on Trauma-Informed Policing

Campus Safety Conferences Deliver Intensive Training on Trauma-Informed Policing

A survivor and campus police chief explain the effects of trauma on victims and strategies to effectively investigate incidents.

Read: Adapting School Suicide Prevention Programs for Students of Color

Adapting School Suicide Prevention Programs for Students of Color

Schools can improve their suicide prevention efforts by adopting the SOAR (Self-Awareness, Outreach, Adaptation, and Repair) framework.

Read: How Trauma-Informed Campus Policing Can Make Investigations More Effective

How Trauma-Informed Campus Policing Can Make Investigations More Effective

Trauma-informed investigations of sexual assaults and other violent crimes enables investigators to convict more perpetrators.

Read: Study: Pandemic Healthcare Workers, Combat Veterans Share Similar Trauma

Study: Pandemic Healthcare Workers, Combat Veterans Share Similar Trauma

Moral injury, a type of post-traumatic stress, is experienced by frontline healthcare workers at about the same rate as veterans who served in combat after 9/11.

Read: 6 Juveniles Identified as Suspects in Spate of HBCU Bomb Threats

6 Juveniles Identified as Suspects in Spate of HBCU Bomb Threats

HBCUs across the nation started receiving bomb threats at the beginning of the year, but the number of threats increased in February.

Read: New Texas Law Changes How Active Shooter Drills Are Done in Schools

New Texas Law Changes How Active Shooter Drills Are Done in Schools

A portion of the new law says active shooter drills should consider the impact on students’ mental health.

Read: School Safety Experts Release Updated Guidance on Conducting Armed Assailant Drills in Schools

School Safety Experts Release Updated Guidance on Conducting Armed Assailant Drills in Schools

It is imperative that safety drills of any kind do not unintentionally trigger or exacerbate students’ or staff sense of risk or trauma. 

Read: Let’s Get Real About Police Reform

Let’s Get Real About Police Reform

If your campus has a good program that effectively addresses law enforcement’s race relations and use-of-force issues, I want to hear from you.

Read: K-12 Director of the Year: School Security Pioneer Transforms Emergency Preparedness, Response at LPS

K-12 Director of the Year: School Security Pioneer Transforms Emergency Preparedness, Response at LPS

Campus Safety K-12 Director of the Year Guy Grace has implemented a wide array of school security innovations in his district that have been adopted by many other schools and organizations.

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