Student Safety

Student Shot While Leaving Pa. High School

Police have not released the name of any suspects in the shooting.

Arming Teachers: Calif. School District Becomes Latest to Adopt Policy

Community members said they were surprised by the decision.

$2.5M Grant Helps N.Y. School District Upgrade Security

The grant is the result of a statewide investment program that began in 2014.

UWG Forges Strategic Partnerships to Promote a Secure Campus

Safety and security are supported by University of West Georgia top administrators and the entire campus, creating a stable learning environment for students.

Read: New York City Schools’ Suspension Rates Plummet

New York City Schools’ Suspension Rates Plummet

The decrease in suspensions follows new district disciplinary policies.

Read: CIA Training Exercise Leaves Stable Explosive Material in School Bus

CIA Training Exercise Leaves Stable Explosive Material in School Bus

The department stressed that no students were in danger following the mishap.

Univ. of Minn. Student Prevents Possible Suicide on Campus

The student’s quick thinking stopped what could have been a tragedy on Easter Sunday.

S.C. School District’s Crime Reports Differ From Police Figures

District officials offered several explanations for the differences in crime statistics.

Wis. Law Protects Sexual Assault Victims from Drinking Charges

The bill is intended to remove the fear some sexual assault victims have of being punished after reporting the crime.

Read: Police Believe Gun Store Owner Stopped School Shooting

Police Believe Gun Store Owner Stopped School Shooting

The owner refused to sell a gun to a man who he thought looked disgruntled.

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