Cumberland County Schools has initiated a number of security measures in the last few years, according to Bruce Morrison, the school system’s director of safety and security.
Osage Hills School in Bartlesville, Okla., has installed shelters in classrooms to protect students and staff during storms and other emergencies.
The Philipsburg-Osceola School District plans to use $97,008 in school safety grants to expand safety measures.
Schools in Bogota, New Jersey, are increasing security measures before the beginning of the 2019-2020 school year.
Colleges and universities in the Carolinas are especially affected by the UNC Charlotte shooting that took place April 30, and are taking note of what can be learned from the tragedy.
Students and staff members at Jewish day schools are asking Pennsylvania lawmakers for help paying for security and safety measures among a recent increase in attacks against the Jewish community.
One student is dead and eight others were injured after a shooting at the STEM School Highlands Ranch in Highlands Ranch, Colo., the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office said. Two suspects are in custody.
Bank OZK Arena in Hot Springs, Ark., has boosted its security as it prepares to host eight graduation ceremonies in the next few weeks.
The Al Noor Masjid, one of the mosques targeted in the deadly Christchurch mosque shootings on March 15, is installing security cameras that use artificial intelligence to detect whether someone is armed.
Claflin University has stepped up its security by installing new cameras and emergency call boxes across campus.
University of North Carolina, Charlotte Chancellor Philip Dubois announced Thursday plans for an external review of the emergency response following the on-campus shooting that left two students dead and four injured.
The Woodland Park School District plans to use $334,910 in grant funding to implement school security improvements this summer.
Johns Hopkins University announced Monday the launch of the Center for Safe and Healthy Schools, a new center that will bring together experts to tackle difficult issues related to safety and health for schools and campuses.
St. Mary’s Public Schools’ safety and security office will soon begin testing a mobile scanning kit that uses radio waves to detect weapons and has facial recognition capabilities.
The Lee County Sheriff’s Office in Florida offers houses of worship active shooter training, security surveys of their campus buildings and deputy details.
The School District of the Chathams will be implementing silent panic alarms in all schools by September, as mandated by New Jersey State law.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has directed State Police to increase their presence near houses of worship across the state as Muslims prepare for the holy month of Ramadan.
District 11 in Colorado Springs plans to use almost $650,000 in state grants to increase security at three of its elementary schools.
School safety procedures and emergency response tactics have changed in the 20 years since the Columbine High School Massacre.
Volusia County school district leaders are considering adding new policies to increase safety on campus next year.
The suspected shooter was taken into custody within minutes of the shooting.
Robinson School Corporation is adding a second school resource officer to patrol its schools.
Lynbrook public schools are strengthening their security with a new visitor entrance policy.
A committee consisting of almost two dozen Quakertown residents has issued recommendations for increasing security at Quakertown Community School District campuses.
Security has been heightened at synagogues in Sacramento following the shooting at a San Diego synagogue Saturday, which left one dead and three injured.
As part of security and safety upgrades to its schools, the Macomb School District is updating and expanding its video surveillance system.
Almost 300 students, staff and faculty at two California universities have been placed under quarantine due to concerns that they may have been exposed to measles, according to Los Angeles County Health officials.
Lebanon City Schools and local law enforcement have collaborated to acquire a drug-sniffing police dog to patrol schools.
Every public school in Cabell County, West Virginia, is now stocked with a “Stop the Bleed” kit, full of supplies designed to help quickly stop blood loss in an emergency.
The West Prairie school district in Colchester, Ill., has received a grant through the Safe Routes for School Program to improve the sidewalks students use to walk to school.