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Student Security

Read: Colorado STEM School Did Not Have SRO On-Duty During Shooting

Colorado STEM School Did Not Have SRO On-Duty During Shooting

Because of a disagreement between the school and the sheriff’s department, there was no SRO assigned to the school on the day of the shooting.

Read: Survey: Half of College Students Struggle to Find Food, Shelter

Survey: Half of College Students Struggle to Find Food, Shelter

The survey revealed that 45% of students reported being food-insecure and 56% reporting having some sort of housing insecurity.

Read: Don’t Rely on ‘Safest Colleges’ Lists to Gauge Campus Security

Don’t Rely on ‘Safest Colleges’ Lists to Gauge Campus Security

Lists that claim to rank the ‘Safest Colleges’ in America are misleading. Students and parents must do their homework to find a campus that is truly secure and right for them.

Read: Security Cameras Helped Richmond Police Locate Gunman in School

Security Cameras Helped Richmond Police Locate Gunman in School

School security cameras helped the principal lead law enforcement to the armed teen who brought a gun into Dennis Intermediate School.

Read: Student IDs Required in All Clark County (Nev.) Schools

Student IDs Required in All Clark County (Nev.) Schools

The colored lanyards and student identification allow for school administrators to be sure everyone who is there is supposed to be.

Read: Judge: Palm Beach School Board Must Assign SROs to Charter Schools

Judge: Palm Beach School Board Must Assign SROs to Charter Schools

The judge ruled that it is up to school boards and superintendents, not charter schools, to assign the security officers.

Read: Student Blames Nicotine Withdrawal for School Shooting Threat

Student Blames Nicotine Withdrawal for School Shooting Threat

An SRO was alerted that the teen posted on his Snapchat that if he couldn’t smoke his Juul he would shoot up Talawanda High School.

Read: Hackers Offer College Applicants Chance to Buy Admissions Files

Hackers Offer College Applicants Chance to Buy Admissions Files

Hackers breached the systems of three private U.S. colleges and sent out suspicious emails to applicants asking for a ransom.

Read: Brigham Young University Police Department to Be Decertified by State

Brigham Young University Police Department to Be Decertified by State

The university could be losing its police force because it failed to comply with a subpoena issued by the Dept. of Public Safety.

Read: N.C. College Students May Not Be Able to Vote with Student IDs

N.C. College Students May Not Be Able to Vote with Student IDs

North Carolina public universities have not signed off on allowing students to use their student IDs for voting purposes.

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