School Violence Prevention

Read: Preventing Workplace Violence: Early Identification and Intervention Go a Long Way

Preventing Workplace Violence: Early Identification and Intervention Go a Long Way

Here are four things that organizations can consider to build or enhance a workplace violence prevention program.

Read: Pompano Beach Make Our Schools Safe Club Named Finalist in Invent2Prevent Program

Pompano Beach Make Our Schools Safe Club Named Finalist in Invent2Prevent Program

The club will present its community safety project to a panel of senior executives in Washington, D.C., in January.

Read: Oxford Schools Whistleblowers: District Failed to Implement Threat Assessment Policy

Oxford Schools Whistleblowers: District Failed to Implement Threat Assessment Policy

Two ex-school board members claim the district didn’t use its own threat assessment guidelines in the months leading up to last year’s Oxford High School shooting.

Read: CU Boulder Receives $2 Million Grant to Support Colorado K-12 Schools

CU Boulder Receives $2 Million Grant to Support Colorado K-12 Schools

The STOP School Violence grant funding will help schools implement anti-bullying programs and mental health resources to prevent violence.

Read: How to Talk to Students About Gun Violence in Schools

How to Talk to Students About Gun Violence in Schools

A psychologist offers tips for both school employees and parents on how to speak with kids and teens about school gun violence.

Read: Registration Now Open for 2022 National Summit on K-12 School Safety and Security

Registration Now Open for 2022 National Summit on K-12 School Safety and Security

This free event, happening virtually Nov. 1-3, will cover topics such as violence prevention, threat assessments, cybersecurity, and emergency planning.

Read: Michigan OK2SAY Student Tip Line Saw 67% Increase Last Year

Michigan OK2SAY Student Tip Line Saw 67% Increase Last Year

Of the 6,255 tips received, 1,786 were related to planned school attacks. The year prior, only 52 such threats were reported.

Read: Conquer the 4 Phases of Emergency Planning at the Campus Safety Conferences

Conquer the 4 Phases of Emergency Planning at the Campus Safety Conferences

Educational sessions at the upcoming Campus Safety Conferences will address the four phases of emergency planning: prevention, response, mitigation and recovery.

Read: 10 Mental Health Tips for Schools After a Violent Event

10 Mental Health Tips for Schools After a Violent Event

Tips include reaching out to those who may be most triggered by the event and acknowledging your own feelings.

Read: All Top 10 Articles from April Have One Thing in Common: Acts of Violence

All Top 10 Articles from April Have One Thing in Common: Acts of Violence

The topic Campus Safety readers showed most interest in this month was acts of violence, which doesn’t come as a surprise since data shows violence is increasing in schools and hospitals.

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