School Safety

Read: Providing Multi-Tiered Mental Health Support After a School Tragedy

Providing Multi-Tiered Mental Health Support After a School Tragedy

For schools that choose to bring in community mental health professionals following a tragedy, there are two critical factors that must be considered.

Read: 4 Cornerstones of Campus Safety by CASE Emergency Systems

4 Cornerstones of Campus Safety by CASE Emergency Systems

Here are four strategies that utilize technological solutions to help you address campus and public safety challenges head-on.

Read: Campus Safety Conference Creates School Safety Buzz in Vegas

Campus Safety Conference Creates School Safety Buzz in Vegas

Last week’s Campus Safety Conference West provided valuable information to school officials and residents who are debating how to best spend money budgeted for school safety.

Read: Affidavit: STEM School Security Officer Fired at Lieutenant, Struck Student

Affidavit: STEM School Security Officer Fired at Lieutenant, Struck Student

The affidavit also provided details of the shooting, stating one of the alleged shooters targeted classmates who made fun of his gender identity.

Read: 13 Times K-12 Schools Got Security Very, Very Wrong (And 6 Times They Got It Right)

13 Times K-12 Schools Got Security Very, Very Wrong (And 6 Times They Got It Right)

Here are some everyday photos of K-12 campuses. Can you identify the mistakes made regarding school safety and security?

Read: Parents of Rio Rancho School Shooting Suspect Facing Charges

Parents of Rio Rancho School Shooting Suspect Facing Charges

Authorities say the parents had a duty to secure the firearm their son used because he had previously threatened to shoot up the school.

Read: 53 Virginia Localities Awarded $3.47 Million in SRO Incentive Grants

53 Virginia Localities Awarded $3.47 Million in SRO Incentive Grants

The grants will fund 87 new positions, increasing the number of school resource officers by 10% in the state of Virginia.

Read: Audit Finds NYC Schools Unprepared for Emergency Situations

Audit Finds NYC Schools Unprepared for Emergency Situations

An audit of NYC schools’ safety plans found missing floor plans, unarmed door alarms, and a lack of drills and coordination, among other things.

Read: Scot Peterson’s Arrest Called into Question by Legal Experts

Scot Peterson’s Arrest Called into Question by Legal Experts

Peterson’s lawyer argued the charges should be dropped as he did not have a legal obligation to care for the students because he was not a “caregiver.”

Read: 9 Ways to Stop School Bus Bullying

9 Ways to Stop School Bus Bullying

Although 10% of all bullying occurs on school buses, a survey found that 55% of drivers are very minimally included, if at all, in developing bullying policies.

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