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OSU Releases Safety Notice Following Three Robberies Near Campus

The Ohio State University (in Columbus) released a neighborhood safety notice Saturday following three similar robberies in the campus area.

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Family of New Mexico School Shooting Victim Sues FBI

The mother of one of the victims in the 2017 Aztec High School shooting filed a second wrongful death lawsuit.  

Going Above and Beyond

Schools unfortunately have become a scary place to be, and it's hard for students to learn at their full potential when they feel so unsafe.

Kentucky School Shooter Give 2 Life Terms

Kentucky School Shooter Give 2 Life Terms

Gabriel Parker, now 18, has been sentenced to two life sentences for killing two classmates at his high school in 2018. He will received an additional 70 years in prison for 14 counts of assault.

US Patent Office Issues Three Gunshot Detection Patents to Shooter Detection Systems

US Patent Office Issues Three Gunshot Detection Patents to Shooter Detection Systems

Gunshot detection with video analytics, gunshot detection in an indoor environment, and gunshot detection analysis during fire alarms are now exclusive patents held by SDS

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Parkland Administrators Cleared of Wrongdoing In 2018 Shooting

“Insufficient factual or legal basis” found to discipline staff members

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One Year After UNC Charlotte Shooting, Area Universities Upgrade Campus Security Policies

While UNC Charlotte officials are still waiting on the results of a review, nearby universities have taken action to hire new personnel, expand active shooter training and more.

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Kentucky Youth Agrees to Plea Deal for Campus Shooting, Deaths

The suspect in a 2018 shooting at Marshall County High School has pleaded guilty to murder.



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Following 2018 Shooting, Kentucky School District Receives $620,000 Grant For Security Improvements

Marshall County High School, the site of a shooting that killed two students in 2018, has since received hundreds of thousands in grants for security systems and mental health therapists.

EDITOR'S COMMENTARY

Security From a Higher Power

It is my hope that campus violence and shootings aren’t becoming so mainstream news that we forget or dismiss how divisive and tragic a shooting will be seen. A shooting or untimely death of any kind is proportionately tragic.

Digital Edition

  • Campus Security & Life Safety Magazine - March April 2021

    March / April 2021

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