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School Violence Prevention

Read: Illinois School Removes Doors From Bathroom Stalls After Threat

Illinois School Removes Doors From Bathroom Stalls After Threat

After allegedly finding a school shooting threat in a Beardstown High School bathroom, the school district decided to remove the stall doors.

Read: Lehi Student Tells Therapist About School Shooting Plans, Arrested

Lehi Student Tells Therapist About School Shooting Plans, Arrested

An 18-year-old told his therapist that he wanted to shoot up Skyridge High School because another student molested his friend.

Read: Mental Health is a School Safety Priority for Texas Lawmakers

Mental Health is a School Safety Priority for Texas Lawmakers

Legislators have made the push towards improving mental health resources for Texas children in order to prevent mass shootings.

Read: Student Blames Nicotine Withdrawal for School Shooting Threat

Student Blames Nicotine Withdrawal for School Shooting Threat

An SRO was alerted that the teen posted on his Snapchat that if he couldn’t smoke his Juul he would shoot up Talawanda High School.

Read: Report: Students Not Just Impacted by Violence in Schools, But Around Them

Report: Students Not Just Impacted by Violence in Schools, But Around Them

School violence, which occurs at schools as well as near them, can cause a wide range of issues for young people, including PTSD and abuse problems.

Read: Armor at Hand Announces New, Hidden In-Plain-Sight IoT Shields

Armor at Hand Announces New, Hidden In-Plain-Sight IoT Shields

Disguised as a desktop calendar these IoT connected, lightweight shields are instantly available, mobile and adapt to any type of attack.

Read: Everett Teen Sentenced 22 Years for School Shooting Plot

Everett Teen Sentenced 22 Years for School Shooting Plot

The 19-year-old was storing a rifle in his bedroom along with plans for a mass shooting at his high school in his personal notebook.

Read: School Violence Prevention: New Guidance for Early Recognition and Rapid Response

School Violence Prevention: New Guidance for Early Recognition and Rapid Response

While quick response to deadly force is critical for survival, it is better to prevent that first shot from being fired, rather than simply surviving an attack.

Read: $30M Approved for Mental Health Services in Mich. Schools

$30M Approved for Mental Health Services in Mich. Schools

The money will be used to help students who do not have access to mental health services in their communities.

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