The Tupelo Public School District is collaborating with the Tupelo Police Department to increase the number of school resource officers on its campuses.
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.
Robinson School Corporation is adding a second school resource officer to patrol its schools.
Lebanon City Schools and local law enforcement have collaborated to acquire a drug-sniffing police dog to patrol schools.
The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office has placed two more school resource officers in Hardin County Schools, bringing the district’s total school resource officers to eight.
Clark-Pleasant Community School Corporation is creating its own police department, which will supplement the school resource officers already in place.
The Lower Merion School District is hiring security guards for its schools. The guards will monitor security cameras and handle visitor management at school entrances.
The Regional Medical Center in Orangeburg, Tenn., has added armed guards and plans to further boost security following the shooting of an employee in the emergency department on Wednesday.
Gov. Doug Burgum signed a bill Wednesday allowing North Dakota schools—mostly rural campuses—to develop plans for an “armed first responder.”
The Cranford Police Department and Cranford Public Schools are opening “Police Substations” within the district’s three largest campuses.