Threat Management

Read: Police: Mundelein Students Charged in Columbine Threat Had Ammunition

Police: Mundelein Students Charged in Columbine Threat Had Ammunition

Two 13-year-old Mundelein students were charged after making online threats that referenced the Columbine school shooting.

Read: A Guide for Conducting Threat Assessments in Schools

A Guide for Conducting Threat Assessments in Schools

This breakdown can be used by school officials to improve or create their own threat assessment programs on campus.

Read: How to Stop Violence in our Schools Before it Happens

How to Stop Violence in our Schools Before it Happens

These five considerations can go a long way toward making schools safer.

Read: 85% of Broward County Deputies Have ‘No Confidence’ in Sheriff

85% of Broward County Deputies Have ‘No Confidence’ in Sheriff

The Broward Sheriff’s Office Deputies Association cited a “laundry list” of grievances and crushed morale as reasons why they do not have confidence in their leader.

Read: Conn. Janitor Threatens to ‘Shoot Up’ Middle School, Sparks Lockdown

Conn. Janitor Threatens to ‘Shoot Up’ Middle School, Sparks Lockdown

The threat caused all five schools in the district to initiate a “soft lockdown”.

Read: IAHSS Releases Threat Management Guideline for Hospitals

IAHSS Releases Threat Management Guideline for Hospitals

The guideline was released to help hospitals proactively identify and manage threats of violence.

Read: Campus Safety Conference Returns to the Lone Star State

Campus Safety Conference Returns to the Lone Star State

This summer’s Campus Safety Conference Texas will address a wide range of vital K-12 and higher education safety and security issues, including hurricane response and recovery, protests, threat assessments, active shooters, emergency notification, sexual assault, Clery compliance and more.

Read: Additional Mental Health Records Released for Parkland Gunman

Additional Mental Health Records Released for Parkland Gunman

In September 2016, two school counselors and a school resource officer concluded Nikolas Cruz should be forcibly committed for psychiatric evaluation.

Read: Video Q&A: Threat Assessment and Threat Management in Schools

Video Q&A: Threat Assessment and Threat Management in Schools

In this video interview, school security expert Gary Sigrist Jr. discusses establishing threat assessment teams in schools, managing campus threats and much more.

Read: The FBI and Warning Signs of Alleged South Florida School Shooter

The FBI and Warning Signs of Alleged South Florida School Shooter

Many people who interacted with the alleged shooter describe him as troubled.

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