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Student Crime

Read: At Campus Safety Conference Sheriff Dart Gives Insights, Advice

At Campus Safety Conference Sheriff Dart Gives Insights, Advice

Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart was the Campus Safety conference’s first keynote speaker in Chicago. His speech focused on dealing with sexual assault on college campuses.

Calif. School District Working to Deter Student Drug Abuse

The Selma Unified School District will bring a program to its schools to prevent students from using drugs and conduct random searches with drug sniffing dogs in the upcoming school year.

Read: Meet the University Security Experts Presenting at the Campus Safety Conference in Chicago

Meet the University Security Experts Presenting at the Campus Safety Conference in Chicago

The Campus Safety conference in Chicago will be split up into three tracks designed to serve the needs of security professionals in different fields: K-12, higher education and hospitals.

Read: Understanding Title IX Consequences at the K-12 Level

Understanding Title IX Consequences at the K-12 Level

Jules Irvin-Rooney presented on June 25 at the Campus Safety National Forum in Washington, D.C.

Read: Mississippi School Security Officers to Carry Pepper Spray

Mississippi School Security Officers to Carry Pepper Spray

Tulepo Public School District in Mississippi will give its security officers pepper spray next year.

Read: Study Finds Decline in Underage Drinking from 2002 to 2013

Study Finds Decline in Underage Drinking from 2002 to 2013

A six percent decrease in alcohol consumption among people aged 12 to 20 in the last decade is an encouraging sign.

Read: Putting an End to Hazing Deaths

Putting an End to Hazing Deaths

Publishing an online list of Greek organizations with hazing violations, clear-cut sanctions, anonymous reporting and training are just some of the ways campuses can address hazing at colleges and universities.

Read: UMass Amherst Solves the ‘Blarney Blowout’

UMass Amherst Solves the ‘Blarney Blowout’

A year after an annual event known as Blarney Blowout caused national headlines for its chaos, the University of Massachusetts Amherst hosted an orderly, largely peaceful event by changing its approach.

Read: Details Emerging in Fatal Canadian School Stabbing

Details Emerging in Fatal Canadian School Stabbing

Brett Bourne died at a hospital after being stabbed in a fight at Kelvin High School on June 2.

Read: Colorado Governor Signs School Shooting Lawsuit Bill

Colorado Governor Signs School Shooting Lawsuit Bill

Colorado has enacted a new law that allows courts to find schools liable for damages caused by school violence.

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