School Violence

Read: 1 Killed in North Carolina School Shooting

1 Killed in North Carolina School Shooting

A school shooting situation in North Carolina remains active as police work to evacuate the Wayne County Community College.

Read: Proposed Colo. Bills Could Create Troubling Precedent

Proposed Colo. Bills Could Create Troubling Precedent

Retroactive school violence legislation that is currently being considered by the Colorado legislature could threaten risk management programs and put significant financial strain on districts and other public institutions.

Read: School Security Officers Resign After Being Caught Watching Fight

School Security Officers Resign After Being Caught Watching Fight

Two security officers resigned after being caught on video watching a fight between two high school students.

Conn. District Adopts SchoolDude’s CrisisManager

Stonington Public Schools, in Connecticut, is implementing SchoolDude’s mobile safety platform CrisisManager.

Read: PAINs: Warning Signs of an At-Risk Individual

PAINs: Warning Signs of an At-Risk Individual

Using Pre attack indicators of violence, security officials can prevent or at least mitigate an attack.

Read: Student Pleads Guilty After Inadvertently Shooting Classmate in School

Student Pleads Guilty After Inadvertently Shooting Classmate in School

A 17-year-old was sentenced to 18 years in prison after shooting a classmate while aiming for another student inside Fern Creek High School in Kentucky.

Read: Colorado Proposes Bill That Would Make Schools Liable for School Shootings

Colorado Proposes Bill That Would Make Schools Liable for School Shootings

A bipartisan bill proposed in Colorado would allow school shooting victims or their families to sue schools in an attempt to make them prioritize school safety.

Read: Oakland School Guards Accused of Beating Student

Oakland School Guards Accused of Beating Student

Two security officers at an Oakland high school were suspended after being caught on videotape allegedly beating a student.

Read: Cafeteria Where Washington School Shooting Occurred Won’t Reopen

Cafeteria Where Washington School Shooting Occurred Won’t Reopen

The Marysville, Wash., high school cafeteria that was the site of a school shooting last October will not reopen, as the school district is attempting to get money from the state to replace it.

Audit Finds NY Schools Significantly Underreported Violent Incidents

Auditors reviewed incidents for seven schools outside of New York City for the 2011-12 school year, identifying 935 unreported incidents at six schools. This represents an underreporting of 29% of the 3,175 reportable incidents found.

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