Missouri State University has rebranded its campus safety division and is making changes to improve security.
A new Arkansas law aims to help school districts by notifying them of the criminal records of students transferring into their schools.
Coppell Independent School District has implemented multiple new safety and security measures recently, and is encouraging parents to take advantage of resources to get them involved.
Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University has set a new campus-wide curfew after a fight on campus.
A new Kansas law will reduce the number of safety drills required in public and private schools from 16 to nine; four for fire, two for tornadoes and three for crisis lockdown situations.
Under a new policy, students at Charles County Public Schools will have to keep their backpacks in their locker during the school day.
The University of Michigan will start offering optional active attacker training for students, faculty, staff and members of the community.
Gov. Doug Burgum signed a bill Wednesday allowing North Dakota schools—mostly rural campuses—to develop plans for an “armed first responder.”
Davis School District officials announced Tuesday a new agreement allowing its security cameras to be streamed live to the Davis County Sheriff’s Office in an emergency.
A new bill introduced in the Louisiana House would require classrooms with special education students to have cameras.