A group sued a Jacksonville district for arming school safety assistants, but the district said it was just trying to meet standards set by the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act.
Hackers infected servers used by the San Bernardino City Unified School District with ransomware, making it one of the latest school districts to be targeted.
A threatening snap sent out over the weekend to high school students has parents uneasy about sending their children to the Virginia high school.
The app, Covert Alert, uses voice-activated phrases to send the user’s exact location to five contacts and begins a live audio recording of what’s going on around you.
Duncanville High School enhanced its security measures on Monday after two students were put in police custody for making a threat against the school on Sunday.
An 8-year-old elementary student is being called a hero after he alerted security at his school that his classmate had shown him a gun in the bathroom.
Carmel Clay Schools is offering parents of students an opportunity to learn more about school safety procedures through a free safety academy.
Brown University's newspaper polled over 1,000 students to find out how safe they feel on and off campus after dark.
An Ohio man left a note in a restaurant that warned of an active shooter and multiple bombs at two high schools. However, it was just a ploy to divert police officers' attention from his plans to rob a bank.
The Department of Justice awarded more than $85.3 million in safety grants to bolster school security—including funding to educate and train students and faculty—and support first responders who arrive on the scene of a school shooting or other violent incident.
Four parents in Florida created a reporting app that allows students, teachers and parents to report fires, fights and other threats.
A 17 year old was shot Tuesday right outside of a high school in Santa Rosa, California.
Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz's death penalty trial will begin in January 2020, according to a court order.
Several elementary schools will receive a grant from the state to be used for security upgrades and enhancements.
Connor Bruce Croll was arrested for allegedly calling the Baton Rouge police to report a bomb at LSU's stadium. His claims were untrue and he now faces 20 years in prison.
A 13-year-old girl was arrested after she reported another student's plans to shoot up New Braunfels Middle School.
The Batesville Police Department and Batesville Community School Corporation are teaming up to keep bus safety a priority in their community.
After talking about hiring an armed security guard for a year, the Purchase Line school board pulled the trigger in October.
A male student at La Habra High School in California was tackled by his classmates after he took out an unloaded gun in class.
The university cleared its campus after receiving a bomb and coordinated armed threat Tuesday.
North Carolina students and parents were suppose to have access to an app this school year that would allow them to anonymously report tips on potential school dangers. However, the state superintendent said it has been delayed.
A Montana elementary school was evacuated after officials found a plastic bottle wrapped in tape that was believed to be an explosive.
Coastal Carolina University's Clery Report shows an increase in on-campus forcible sexual offenses reports as well as on-campus dating violence incidents reports.
The Texas School Safety Center will be traveling throughout Texas to teach school districts how to effectively identify threats on social media.
Today’s law enforcement officers have multiple roles. They are expected not just to enforce laws and protect life, they are also entrusted to contribute to the intervention, education and recovery of those addicted.
The majority of the $71.6 million in funding is going toward improving school climate, violence prevention and mental health services.
The center plans to develop free training materials and create a national advisory board with representatives from rural, urban and tribal districts.
Starting in 2021, part-time employees will also be required to finish a course on student behavior, liability and more.
If signed into law, the measure would require districts to establish a threat-assessment team and teach students about violence prevention and identifying depression.
A Florida man was arrested after he entered into a high school with a pocket knife attempting to test the school's security measures.