The Safe2Tell program, which allows students to anonymously report school safety concerns in Colorado, received a record number of tips this May.
Last Wednesday, teachers at Allegany-Limestone Elementary School were given buckets full of medical supplies and other materials that would help secure their classroom in the event of an active-shooter incident.
The McHenry County Mental Health Board is collaborating with 17 school districts in August to train instructors on how to identify and help students who are experiencing mental health problems.
Beginning next year, San Antonio Independent School District will offer parents the ability to opt-into a new system that will help them track their children when they take the school bus.
Our nation’s hospitals and healthcare organizations encounter numerous challenges, both internally and externally, and they need to maintain their continuity of operations every day.
Up until 20 years ago, the word “security” might evoke the image of a night watchman, armored truck or closed-circuit video camera wired to a VCR.
About 1,000 school administrators and teachers attended this year’s Indiana School Safety Specialists Academy in Indianapolis on Monday, learning how to respond in an emergency and more ways to keep an eye out for their students.
The Kentucky Department of Education and the Department for Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities will receive $9 million in funding from the Advancing Wellness and Resilience in Education (AWARE) grant.
The Philipsburg-Osceola School District plans to use $97,008 in school safety grants to expand safety measures.
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.