SROs

Read: SRO Arrested for Child Abuse After Slamming Student to the Ground

SRO Arrested for Child Abuse After Slamming Student to the Ground

The alleged incident involving an SRO and teen was caught on the school’s video surveillance system.

Read: Appeals Court Overturns Student’s Resisting Arrest, Battery Convictions

Appeals Court Overturns Student’s Resisting Arrest, Battery Convictions

The court ruled the officer failed to give the student clear or direct orders or to give a warning before he forced him to the ground and handcuffed him.

Read: Indiana Awards $19 Million in School Safety Grants

Indiana Awards $19 Million in School Safety Grants

Funding went to several areas of school safety including SROs, technology, mental health support and active event warning systems.

Read: Jefferson County Schools Will Start Year Without SROs

Jefferson County Schools Will Start Year Without SROs

The Jefferson County School Board voted not to renew the contract to acquire school resource officers for the 2019-2020 school year.

Read: Fla. School Districts Not Complying With Safety Laws, Grand Jury Says

Fla. School Districts Not Complying With Safety Laws, Grand Jury Says

The report found evidence that school districts are not following the safety laws that passed following the Parkland shooting last year.

Read: Survey: 75% of Campbell County (Wy.) School District Supports Arming Teachers

Survey: 75% of Campbell County (Wy.) School District Supports Arming Teachers

A public survey was sent out to the community of Campbell County to see where people stand on the issue of arming school teachers with firearms.

Read: When Should Campus Police Intervene in an Incident?

When Should Campus Police Intervene in an Incident?

BlueSentinel Group’s Stacy Ettel discusses the fine line campus police officers must walk.

Read: P.A. Governor Signs Bill Arming School Security Personnel

P.A. Governor Signs Bill Arming School Security Personnel

Gun control activists are concerned the wording of the bill indicates teachers in Pennsylvania schools are also allowed to carry firearms.

Read: Broward County May End Program Allowing Officers to Live on Campus

Broward County May End Program Allowing Officers to Live on Campus

The Resident on Campus security program allows officers to live in mobile homes on school campuses in exchange for after-hours security.

Read: Chester County Middle Schools to Get 5 SROs by New School Year

Chester County Middle Schools to Get 5 SROs by New School Year

Parents were concerned about the bullying, assault and threat issues that they have seen in many of the county’s schools.

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