School Violence Prevention

Read: AAU Releases Results from 2019 Sexual Assault and Misconduct Survey

AAU Releases Results from 2019 Sexual Assault and Misconduct Survey

The survey found 13% of the 181,752 respondents had experienced non-consensual sexual contact since enrolling as a student at their school.

Read: California Middle School Student Dies After Bullying Attack

California Middle School Student Dies After Bullying Attack

Students and parents claim not enough has been done to address bullying at the school.

Read: Sandy Hook Promise Releases ‘Back-to-School Essentials’ PSA

Sandy Hook Promise Releases ‘Back-to-School Essentials’ PSA

The organization’s latest PSA shows some of the realities students could face if an active shooter were to show up at their school.

Read: Back to School: Health and Safety Tips, Resources

Back to School: Health and Safety Tips, Resources

We put some of our best health, safety and security resources all in one place so you and your students can get ready to have a safe school year.

Read: 3 Potential Mass Shootings Prevented by Authorities, Tips from Public

3 Potential Mass Shootings Prevented by Authorities, Tips from Public

Three men — from Connecticut, Florida and Ohio — were arrested after being reported to police for threatening a mass shooting.

Read: New Jersey High School Bans Non-Clear Backpacks

New Jersey High School Bans Non-Clear Backpacks

As a means of added security against a potential threat, South River High School students will be required to carry their belongings in a clear backpack.

Read: Cardinal Newman Promises Changes After Student Makes Racist Video

Cardinal Newman Promises Changes After Student Makes Racist Video

A16-year-old former student was seen in a video making racist comments towards black people and later made threats to shoot up the school.

Read: Jefferson County Schools Will Start Year Without SROs

Jefferson County Schools Will Start Year Without SROs

The Jefferson County School Board voted not to renew the contract to acquire school resource officers for the 2019-2020 school year.

Read: Safe2Say Something Reveals Student Safety Concerns in P.A. Schools

Safe2Say Something Reveals Student Safety Concerns in P.A. Schools

Through the Safe2Say Something program, it’s easy and confidential to report safety concerns to help prevent violence in schools.

Read: Are Bulletproof Backpacks This School Year’s Must Have Accessory?

Are Bulletproof Backpacks This School Year’s Must Have Accessory?

As the school year approaches, bulletproof backpacks are selling across the country as a means of protection for students against an active threat.

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