Synagogues across the country are reexamining and boosting their security procedures following a deadly shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue during Shabbat services Saturday morning.
Students at Springboro High School in Springboro, Ohio, were sent home Thursday morning as police combed the building in response to an after-hours entry by a student.
A gunman entered a Pittsburgh synagogue during Saturday services, killing 11 worship attendees and wounding six other people, including four police officers, before he was taken into custody
Campus police are increasing patrols following a string of robberies.
A UK hospital system is enhancing security with body-cams.
John Hopkins is looking into implementing an on-campus police force for effective security.
Schools in Kyle, Texas are looking to increase security with one-point access, secure vestibules.
ISU was fined by the Big 12 after students and fans rushed the field after winning against WVU, making it unsafe for the apposing team to leave the field.
The preschool entrance at TCU-Montgomery will also receive a secure entrance thanks to the bond. A buzzer system and shatterproof glass will be added to the main entrance.
The Safe School Assessments, required for all Florida schools through the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Act, had to be completed by Aug. 1.