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Read: Study: Interior Security Cameras on Campus Make Students Feel Less Safe

Study: Interior Security Cameras on Campus Make Students Feel Less Safe

New research from Arizona State University shows how certain security measures on campus, such as security cameras, affect K-12 students’ perceptions of safety, support and equity.

Read: Michigan High School Student Stabbed to Death in Classroom

Michigan High School Student Stabbed to Death in Classroom

A 16-year-old girl was stabbed in her the chest by a female classmate while in class at Fitzgerald High School in Michigan.

Read: Former Biloxi School District Security Chief Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement

Former Biloxi School District Security Chief Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement

The former security chief at Biloxi School District embezzled over $169,000 from the Mississippi Association of School Resource Officers.

Read: Orange County (Fla.) Commissioners Approve $11 Million to Hire 75 SROs

Orange County (Fla.) Commissioners Approve $11 Million to Hire 75 SROs

The $11 million approved budget will be shared between Orange County Public Schools, the Board of Commissioners and the state of Florida.

Read: Lee County School Board Approves Arming Teachers

Lee County School Board Approves Arming Teachers

The rural Virginia county is the first in the state to approve arming teachers, which the governor has denounced since the school board’s initial proposal.

Read: More Districts Approve Security Budgets as New School Year Approaches

More Districts Approve Security Budgets as New School Year Approaches

One Kentucky school board unanimously approved a property tax increase expected to raise $13.5 million for school security upgrades.

Read: A Guide for Conducting Threat Assessments in Schools

A Guide for Conducting Threat Assessments in Schools

This breakdown can be used by school officials to improve or create their own threat assessment programs on campus.

Read: 15 Stoneman Douglas Students File Lawsuit Against Superintendent, Sheriff

15 Stoneman Douglas Students File Lawsuit Against Superintendent, Sheriff

The lawsuit claims the Broward Schools superintendent had been warned about the school’s lack of security but did nothing to fix it.

Read: New Indiana School Safety Program to Offer Free Handheld Metal Detectors

New Indiana School Safety Program to Offer Free Handheld Metal Detectors

The new initiative, announced Monday, will offer one handheld metal detector for every 250 students enrolled at a public or charter school.

Read: Experts: N.J. Schools May See Shortage in Available Armed Officers

Experts: N.J. Schools May See Shortage in Available Armed Officers

Many New Jersey schools are opting to hire Class III armed officers, but a new state law will narrow the selection pool even more.

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