Threat Assessments

Read: 2 Middle School Students Arrested in Alleged Columbine-Style School Shooting Plot

2 Middle School Students Arrested in Alleged Columbine-Style School Shooting Plot

The 13- and 14-year-old male students had a map of the school, had conducted research on Columbine and attempted to buy weapons on the black market.

Read: Indiana Awards $19 Million Under Secured School Safety Grant Program

Indiana Awards $19 Million Under Secured School Safety Grant Program

The funding will go towards SROs, student and parent support services programs, and active event warning services, among other things.

Read: Campus Response Teams and Active Shooters

Campus Response Teams and Active Shooters

Active shooters are challenging for the CRT model, so these teams must be provided with clear, pragmatic and obtainable objectives.

Read: Ohio Hospital Placed on Lockdown After Relative of a Patient Threatens Shooting

Ohio Hospital Placed on Lockdown After Relative of a Patient Threatens Shooting

A security officer placed the hospital on lockdown and called police. The male suspect was arrested and charged.

Read: School Board Members Threatened Over Masks and Vaccines

School Board Members Threatened Over Masks and Vaccines

Parents and community members are creating hostile environments at school board meetings. Some board members are questioning their safety and thinking of quitting.

Read: Beyond Threat Assessment: Managing Threats with Appropriate Follow-up, Monitoring & Training

Beyond Threat Assessment: Managing Threats with Appropriate Follow-up, Monitoring & Training

This discussion will help participants analyze, understand, and assess their own program effectiveness.

Read: Dealing with Mental Health Challenges on Campus

Dealing with Mental Health Challenges on Campus

With so many people returning to our campuses and the workplace, we must know how to recognize and deal with potential mental health issues.

Read: DOJ Provides $92 Million to Wisconsin Schools for Safety Improvements

DOJ Provides $92 Million to Wisconsin Schools for Safety Improvements

The funding provided training on threat assessments and mental health, as well as upgrades to the physical security of Wisconsin schools.

Read: Campus Safety Conference Delivers Jam-Packed Education, Networking Sessions in San Antonio

Campus Safety Conference Delivers Jam-Packed Education, Networking Sessions in San Antonio

School and university security, public safety and emergency management pros came eager to learn and network last week at the first in-person Campus Safety Conference since 2019.

Read: FBI Uncovers Incel Plot Targeting Ohio State

FBI Uncovers Incel Plot Targeting Ohio State

Documents found in the home of the suspect detailed plans to commit hate crimes against women, indicating Ohio State as a possible target.

1 2 3 24
Get Our Newsletters
Campus Safety Conference Ed Spaces Registration Open Promo Campus Safety HQ