Champion National Security says the university owes them more than $190,000. Despite efforts to try and set up a payment plan, the company said communication went cold with SAU.
Two more students have been arrested in Florida for planning a mass shooting. They are the latest in a string of teenagers in the state who been arrested for threats.
A teen was overheard making threats to shoot his school up. Although a gun was not present at the time he was searched, he was charged with a felony.
Two teens in Philadelphia are the latest victims in a string of shootings that have taken place at or near high school football games across the country.
No one is checking whether Colorado’s school safety programs are making students safer, and it’s possible that some schools are getting duplicate programs while others are being left out.
A superintendent is not satisfied with the amount of time it would take the sheriff's office to reach the town's only campus. In his response, he wants to arm teachers.
New security measures at Savannah State University are expected to enhance safety for students.
Firefighters are repurposing their outdated fire hoses, which normally would be recycled, into something that can be used to prevent intruders from entering classrooms.
An Ohio school district will use a trained dog to help them detect weapons and other threats. The district is serving as a pilot for the area and the state.
Snapchat is monitoring its users and alerting authorities about potential threats.
The law states police departments in Alabama can choose to hire retired police officers versus school resource officers to police the schools.
A middle school in Michigan is seeing positive benefits from banning phones and backpacks. However, parents have some concerns despite the potential safety benefit.
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The new law would require school staff to undergo seizure-safety training. It would also require school nurses to come up with personal emergency plans for students with seizure disorders.
Schools are adding Nightlocks to their classroom doors as another layer of defense against potential gunmen or intruders.
The university is adding more guards, shuttle vans and security cameras.
Safety and well-being are dominant themes in this year’s results. Following school safety is data security and cyber security.
Public safety and homeland security officials will work together to scan social media for potential threats and serve as a helping hand to schools if they need help with emergency management plans and training.
The potential revision was prompted by Palm Beach County schools using a private security firm to train its school guardians instead of the sheriff’s office.
A student was caught with weapons in his backpack after a student overheard him making a threat to shoot up the school.
One of the biggest college games that occurred at UT in the last decade, revealed the university may not be prepared to handle large crowds of students.
While other districts have decided to pay out fines to hackers, the Flagstaff Unified School District says it is not planning to pay the ransom.
District officials want the New Mexico state legislature to create a new fund for school security upgrades that does not have as many restrictions on which districts can access the money and how much is paid out.
Several new safety measures such as metal detectors, a clear plastic bag policy and strict entry and exit rules have now been put in place.
The school district delayed its first day of school as a precaution.
The gun laws, which went into effect just hours after a shooting left five dead in Midland and Odessa, further loosen gun restrictions.
A new law allows school districts to install cameras on buses to catch drivers who do not stop when buses have red stop lights flashing.
Kentucky law now requires schools to have certain safety measures in place such as cameras and electric locks. However, the state is not fully funding this initiative causing some school districts to consider raising taxes.
Fulton County Schools Superintendent Mike Looney said the express lanes will increase noise and make schools more susceptible to a shooting. He is estimating that if the plans progress, it will cost taxpayers as much as $10 million to keep students safe.
The app allows students to walk with a friend, family member or student virtually until they reach their destination safely.