Within 40 days in 2017, more than 80 families mourned the lives of those lost in unnecessary violence on soft targets including the attacks on a Las Vegas outdoor concert and the Texas church shooting.
On the morning of Oct. 5, someone placed anonymous telephone calls to four high schools in Springfield, Ill., claiming in each call that that there was a bomb in the school and that everyone needed to get out of the building.
The headlines have been horrifying recently. It seems like every other week there is another shooting to break the spirits of America all over again.
In the five years since the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, in which 20 first-graders and six educators were killed, American schools have worked to increase security and ensure safety for their students and staff.
A new PSA from Sandy Hook Promise plays on familiar post-tragedy news reporting to show that gun violence can be prevented if people speak up about seeing the warning signs.
Two students and the suspected shooter were killed in a shooting Thursday morning at Aztec High School in Aztec, N.M.
The gunman was the only person injured and no shots were fired inside the hospital.
Tehama County Sheriff says five people are dead, including the gunman, following a shooting spree in California.
Event security is now at the forefront of many minds across the world. I’ve even spoken to a few people, including close friends of mine, who said they are now worried about attending concerts for fear of a similar shooting to take place.
IX Series improves parking lot security for campus employees and visitors