Weapons

Read: Tabletop Exercise 9: Anonymous Tip Says Student Plans to Bring Weapon to School

Tabletop Exercise 9: Anonymous Tip Says Student Plans to Bring Weapon to School

The anonymous tip came in at 1:43 A.M. but was not reviewed by office staff until school doors had already been open for an hour.

Read: Healthcare Security and Safety Executives Share Their Predictions, Trends and More

Healthcare Security and Safety Executives Share Their Predictions, Trends and More

Eighty hospital security, public safety and emergency management pros predict what healthcare security and safety will look like in the post-pandemic world.

Read: A Nonsworn Community College Public Safety Department’s Lessons from Last Summer’s Minneapolis Civil Unrest

A Nonsworn Community College Public Safety Department’s Lessons from Last Summer’s Minneapolis Civil Unrest

Here are Mark DeRee’s written answers to the questions that weren’t answered during his Campus Safety Online Summit presentation on the lessons Minneapolis College learned during last summer’s protests.

Read: Campus Security Monitor Charged with Bringing Gun to Florida School

Campus Security Monitor Charged with Bringing Gun to Florida School

Only law enforcement and school guardians who are trained by the Broward Sheriff’s Office are permitted to carry a gun on campus.

Read: Portland State Delays the Disarming of Its Campus Safety Officers

Portland State Delays the Disarming of Its Campus Safety Officers

Although PSU officers will no longer carry firearms, they will continue to be sworn officers with investigative and arrest capabilities. They will carry Tasers.

Read: Wisconsin Prosecutors Clear Officer in High School Shooting

Wisconsin Prosecutors Clear Officer in High School Shooting

The officer used his firearm during an altercation with a student because he couldn’t reach his stun gun.

Read: School Security Officer Gun Discharges, Strikes Co-Worker

School Security Officer Gun Discharges, Strikes Co-Worker

The maintenance worker was shot in the eye when the gun went off.

Read: SRO Accused of Pawning Service Weapon, Bringing Pellet Gun to School

SRO Accused of Pawning Service Weapon, Bringing Pellet Gun to School

The SRO admitted to pawning his sheriff’s department-issued firearm six times.

Read: SCOTUS OKs Sandy Hook Shooting Lawsuit Against Remington

SCOTUS OKs Sandy Hook Shooting Lawsuit Against Remington

The Sandy Hook victims’ families next step will be to compel the company to disclose internal company documents and ‘shed light on Remington’s profit-driven strategy.’

Read: Ohio Shooter Kept a ‘Hit List’ and ‘Rape List’ in High School

Ohio Shooter Kept a ‘Hit List’ and ‘Rape List’ in High School

Two classmates shared that the shooter had a troubled past in high school that could have prevented him from being allowed to purchase a weapon.

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