School Violence

Read: 6 Shot, Including 2 Children, in Weekend Campus Shootings

6 Shot, Including 2 Children, in Weekend Campus Shootings

An 8-year-old girl was shot and killed near a St. Louis high school, making her the twelfth child since June to lose their life to gun violence in the city.

Read: At Least 30 Arrested for Mass Shooting Threats in Past 3 Weeks

At Least 30 Arrested for Mass Shooting Threats in Past 3 Weeks

More than half of the arrests involved mass shooting threats against schools, universities or hospitals and were made through social media.

Read: 10 ‘See Something, Say Something’ Success Stories

10 ‘See Something, Say Something’ Success Stories

The phrase “See Something, Say Something” has proven successful time and again in stopping tragic situations, particularly school shooting threats.

Read: The COPS School Violence Prevention Program Is Now Open to Applicants

The COPS School Violence Prevention Program Is Now Open to Applicants

You can apply for the SVPP until May 31, 2019, at 7:59 p.m. EDT. Recipients of SVPP funding must use it for the benefit of K-12 students.

Read: Prosecutor: S.C. Student May Have Died from Natural Causes, Not a Fight

Prosecutor: S.C. Student May Have Died from Natural Causes, Not a Fight

Officials initially believed 10-year-old Raniya Wright died from injuries sustained in a fight, but now a prosecutor says it was a personal medical issue.

Read: Lessons Learned from Averted Acts of School Violence

Lessons Learned from Averted Acts of School Violence

By submitting and reviewing ASV reports to the Police Foundation, you can better protect your own school or college, as well as help other campus safety professionals across the country to improve security.

Read: 10-Year-Old S.C. Student Dies Due to Injuries from a Classroom Fight

10-Year-Old S.C. Student Dies Due to Injuries from a Classroom Fight

Nearly a week after her death, the victim’s family is still looking for answers and “struggling to make sense of the incident.”

Read: Confederate Protestors Bring Gun to UNC Campus, Police Don’t Arrest

Confederate Protestors Bring Gun to UNC Campus, Police Don’t Arrest

Confused about jurisdiction, UNC police did not arrest or charge the Confederate protestors who had a gun and other weapons in plain sight on campus.

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: Aurora Asst. Principal Shot, Killed at Eaglecrest High over Parking Dispute

Aurora Asst. Principal Shot, Killed at Eaglecrest High over Parking Dispute

The victim, who was an assistant principal at Hinkley High School, was meeting with a neighbor at Eaglecrest High School to settle a parking dispute.

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