Student Safety

Read: Thoughts and Prayers Aren’t Enough: How to Build a Multi-Layered School Security Plan

Thoughts and Prayers Aren’t Enough: How to Build a Multi-Layered School Security Plan

Here are four steps that should be taken when establishing or improving a school security plan.

Read: Transgender Teen Removed from Class, Questioned by Texas Child Welfare Investigator

Transgender Teen Removed from Class, Questioned by Texas Child Welfare Investigator

The eighth-grader was questioned as part of a child abuse investigation into his parents for providing him with gender-affirming care.

Read: ASSA ABLOY’s Back-to-School Access Control Security Checklist

ASSA ABLOY’s Back-to-School Access Control Security Checklist

The complimentary checklist integrates new requirements launched this summer by the Texas Education Agency (TEA).

Read: Back to School Safety: Prioritizing Security and Life Safety Systems

Back to School Safety: Prioritizing Security and Life Safety Systems

Evaluating potential misuse of life safety systems and using existing infrastructure and technology are a few ways having a thorough system of response helps mitigate critical threats.

Read: Dorchester High School Student Stabbed on Third Day of School

Dorchester High School Student Stabbed on Third Day of School

The victim was stabbed in the shoulder and back by another teen who later turned himself in to police after fleeing.

Read: Police: Gun Scare at Daytona Beach High School ‘Cruel Prank’

Police: Gun Scare at Daytona Beach High School ‘Cruel Prank’

Two groups of students at Mainland High School appeared to “collaborate with each other to create a panic,” according to police.

Read: Duval County Public Schools Continues to Underreport Campus Crime

Duval County Public Schools Continues to Underreport Campus Crime

An August grand jury report found Duval County Public Schools staff failed to report over 2,000 crimes to the SESIR Database.

Read: Colleges and Universities at Higher Risk for Noncompliance with RAY BAUM’S Act

Colleges and Universities at Higher Risk for Noncompliance with RAY BAUM’S Act

College campus phone systems fall under the RAY BAUM’s Act which requires all 911 calls to include a dispatchable location.

Read: Is a Single-Door Smart Lock a Good Fit for Your School?

Is a Single-Door Smart Lock a Good Fit for Your School?

By having a smart lock on one specific door, a cell phone can become a credential within seconds, allowing for quick and secure access.

Read: UK Launches Helpline for Student Questions

UK Launches Helpline for Student Questions

The helpline aims to remove barriers and streamline access to existing resources and services on campus.

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